Scrapbooking the Paper Source way!

Many of you are much like me – you love being creative any chance you get, but finding that time can often be challenging between work, home, errands and well…life! We kept this predicament in mind when planning our highly requested scrapbooking class.

At our Girl’s Night Out: Scrapbooking the PS Way (Thursday, September 16, from 7-9pm), we’d like to provide all you busy, artistic (and yes, those who think you’re not artistic) crafters the opportunity to treat yourself to a creative evening out. Knowing how busy your life can be, we’ll be teaching you fast, easy and lovely ways to build timeless scrapbook pages to last a lifetime.

Learn scrapbooking tips

So, don’t wait till summer is gone for a creative vacation for yourself – sign up today! Better yet, bring a friend and enjoy some time together catching up…as PS founder, Sue Lindstrom would say, “Ain’t life grand!”

rubber stamping techniquesPaper Source scrapbooking class

Grab your digital camera and print those pictures you’ve been meaning to get to – bring them (or copies) along to create your scrapbook page layouts. In this sample, we printed one page of wallet size photos and used the perforator tool to add great edging. You’ll love learning about some of our favorite tools and techniques like the perforator, the 510 Xyron Machine, and those fun water color pencils I blogged about earlier this week (check it out).

watercolor pencil tricks

Seats are selling fast, and if by chance your local store is sold out, ask them if they’ll be running this class again or about private party opportunities. Cheers…and here’s to finding time to Doing Something Creative Every Day!

–Linda
PS colors: chartreuse & pool
Latest fave: Silhouette SD Digital Cutting Tool and Peacock Cards & Envelopes

4 Responses to “Scrapbooking the Paper Source way!”

  • stephanie says:

    i hope you’ll be coming to Columbus soon so I can take classes too! :)

  • Aimee says:

    This sounds like so much fun. I wish that we had a PS store in our city.

  • Jackiefo says:

    I featured your fabulous Mums Wreath on my blog! http://jackiefo.blogspot.com/2010/09/mums-word.html

  • linda says:

    :stephanie – i hope we come to Columbus too!
    :Aimee – you’re a true blog follower…where are you located?
    :jackiefo – thanks for the link – it’s great!

    I had so much fun creating these pages using a mix of great ingredients, some of my own photos from travels and family gatherings – perfect for this upcoming Girls Night Out. Considering how busy all of us are – I wanted them fast, colorful, and easy to execute…if you come to the GNO please by all means let me know what you think of the projects!! In the meantime, I’ll continue to try to inspire those near and far.
    happy page building…
    cheers,
    linda

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