Monday, July 30, 2012
Only a few days left before my first Online Techniques class goes live. I told you a couple of weeks back that I am going to be doing a weekly Online Techniques class. Every Thursday and Friday I will be doing a different technique. For those of you who have already purchased your albums and PDF files for the class I wanted to show you a video today on how I decorated my album.
Here is my finished album:
Here is the video on how I did it:
Wondering how you can get in on this class?
Here are the details:
Beginning August 2nd I will be teaching my Techie Class Online. This is something new I’ll be trying out and I think everyone is going to love it. I will be teaching a technique every Thursday and Friday via Video.
When you place your Online Order (with me) for the following products you will automatically receive the PDF file for the 60 techniques which I will be teaching in the videos.
Here is what you need to order:
- A 8 X 8 3-Ring Album (either in crumb cake #127688 or early espresso #127687)
- A package 8 X 8 page protectors #127689
- A package of Whisper White card stock #100730
(A PDF file of the 60 Technique instruction pages will be emailed to you when I receive your order.)
If you do not want to purchase the bundle of products you can just purchase the PDF file of all 60 technique instruction pages for $20.00. Email me (email@example.com) and I’ll send you a PayPal invoice.
Every Thursday and Friday I will post a video featuring one of the techniques. You can watch the video over and over again and do the techniques when it is convenient for you. I will show how to do the technique as well as using it on a card. This will go on my technique page and as you do your techniques you can add them to your book.
I think this will be a great class because it doesn’t matter when you begin you can always go back and watch the videos you have missed.
What makes having the finished technique book so nice is you can always find a technique that will fit your specific stamp set. You will find techniques for line image sets, solid image sets, wow techniques, or just simply techniques you have long forgotten about.
Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to showing you lots of techniques!