There are a few items of house keeping to take care of for May Classes:
Change of Venue
After successfully running Dawn’s April Photoshop class at iInvite studio, we’ve decided to continue our classes at this new venue. Starting May 2011, Scissors, Paper, Ink classes will be held at 24 Auld Street, Terrigal.
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We have also received some valuable feedback from our customers that has resulted in a few other changes:
3 classes will be held on one day per month where possible.
New Payment Options
Pay for multiple classes in one Pay Pal transaction. Look out for the new buttons at the bottom of the payments page.
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Scrap Our Sketch with Stacey: Basic Grey
Saturday 21st May 2011, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
For this month's SOS class Stacey has designed a double-page scrapbooking layout. As usual it will be teamed with two interpretations of that sketch to help you create a striking layout. As an optional extra you may choose to buy a kit which will include the materials needed to create the double-page layout as well as two bonus single page and three cards including their sketches.
Class only - $15.00 or Class + kit - $47.00
EDIT: Kit sold out! Class only - $15 still available.
Scrapbooking with Philarney: Together
Saturday 21st May 2011, 11:30am - 1:30pm
The May class features a double page layout that has a sweetly-styled colour theme and the title 'Together'. You can interpret this theme how you would like. On the layout there is a circle collage upon which you will be adding relevant die cuts and embellishments to suit your page theme.
Class + kit - $35.00
EDIT: Kit sold out! Class only - $15 now available.
Photoshop with Dawn: Resizing Photographs
Saturday 21st May 2011, 9:00am - 11:00am
Love sketches? This class will show you how to create those smaller photographs to use on your pages. A great to get more bang for your buck on your layouts. Also useful for odd-shaped photo frames.
Class only - $15.00
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Do you ever feel stuck for inspiration? Do you ever look at your photos and see the colours, and still don't feel inspired? I do this all the time. Or I see the colours and feel torn as to which colour I should highlight or which colours I should combine...
How about looking at your pages from another direction then? How about starting with a colour combination...
The Color Room (http://thecolorroom.ning.com) is a great website to look at for inspiration in this area. Not only does it provide inspiration for colour combinations, but it gives you a sketch and ideas for texture on your page. If you still feel stuck, they have guest designers and many interpretations on the sketch and colour choices too.
And if that isn't enough - if you go to the Palettes menu and select Palette Album from the drop menu, you can see all of the previous colour and sketch inspirations.
Posted by Philarney at 3:58 PM