Sunday, July 22, 2012

Win a seat in the Scrapbooking with Punches and Die Cuts class

I'm giving away a class!! Leave a comment here on this blog post for your chance to win a seat in the Scrapbooking with Punches and Die Cuts class taught at Scrapbooking News and Review by Maureen Esquillo-Kao.

The class is an instructor led class PACKED with phenomenal information and ideas for using simple die-cut shapes (circles, squares, and hearts). It's a 3 week class regularly $39.99 — but FREE to one winner here on my blog. You can also win at Mo's blog, so you have a more chances to win!

Here are some of the details for the class. 
Registration opens July 20th. Class starts August 3rd. 

Class Description
Level: Intermediate
Whether you already have a variety of punches or you’re a beginning scrapbooker just building your craft arsenal, you’ll benefit from the ideas in Scrapbooking with Punches and Die-Cuts.

I’ll show you how to speed up your scrapping time by using basic shaped punches on your layouts as well as practical uses for basic shapes such as circles, squares and hearts. For example, I’ll show you how to create a gorgeous flower using only heart shapes.

I’ll also help you with design by providing you with:
9 sketches to use for your class projects (and to add to your sketch collection)
9 interesting ideas on how to use simple die-cut shapes (three ideas for each shape)
9 sketches presented in full-color palettes (sketches also available in black-and-white)
9 finished layouts
Assorted shape templates
You’ll even get a big surprise in the end!

In this class, you’ll learn how to apply scrapbook page design skills and color palette ideas to create fabulous scrapbook layouts that use all the creative ideas presented in the lessons.

All information will be presented in a mostly video format with the ability to retrieve the sketches and templates as documents to save to your computer. You’ll need a circle, square and heart punch/shape/die-cut, although you’ll also be able to use the shape templates for some of the lessons.

Scrapbooking with Punches and Die-Cuts will give you oodles of ideas, skills, color palettes, sketches and templates that you can even apply to other formats such as cards, tags, and ATCs, just to name a few. So be sure to register for this class today! I can’t wait to meet and have some tremendous scrappy fun with you!

If you purchase the class and then win the giveaway, Mo will refund your money. So, if you are really interested, I would register now anyways to make sure you have a spot.

Thanks for stopping by today! You have until the 28th to leave a comment and I will announce a winner shortly thereafter. Make sure to follow my blog so you don't miss the winner announcement!


Miriam Prantner said...

This sounds like a great class! I love my punches and am always looking for more ways to incorporate them (or get more, ha!)

Debbie said...

Would love to take this class! Always looking to move my level of crafting up!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

orange gearle said...

This class sounds great! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Unknown said...

Yeah, creating this class REALLY got me using my punches again! LOL! I can't believe how much money you can save by creating your own embellishments. I'm an embellishment heavy scrapper and found I didn't have to add much more to my layouts when I used my punches!

Unknown said...

Thanks for getting the word out Diana! Muah!

Barb Turpin said...

I could use some help with ideas for using my punches! I already follow your cute blog and love your layouts, thanks for a chance to check out this class!

Loree said...

i can always use additional inspiration from fellow crafters! This is my first visit to your blog, i will definitely check it out again :-)

Melinda said...

Thanks for the chance! I sure could use some inspiration!

sheila said...

Hi Diana, I love my punches and especially my die cuts. I don't think a page is complete unless I use one. So any new ideas would make me very happy

Nichole said...

I would love a shot at this, good luck ladies!