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A Vellum Photo layout with the Shimelle Collection: A Scrapbooking tutorial by Erin Stewart

a vellum Photo layout with the Shimelle Collection: A Scrapbooking tutorial by Erin Stewart @ shimelle.com

Hello! I am Erin and I will walk you through how to create this layout using a vellum photo. I love the soft look of vellum and I look to use it in my projects. Vellum can create a dreamy look to projects.

a vellum photo layout with the shimelle collection: a scrapbooking tutorial by erin stewart @ shimelle.com

What you will need to complete this layout is Shimelle pattern paper, stamps, vellum, embellishments, and die cuts.

a vellum photo layout with the shimelle collection: a scrapbooking tutorial by erin stewart @ shimelle.com

First print the photo on vellum. Use Photoshop Elements or another program to print the photo onto vellum. In Photoshop, I added my photo to a blank 8.5 × 11 canvas. Then use the the erase tool and erase the outer edges of the photo. Then print to printer (I used my Cannon Pixma printer). Some printers do not print well on vellum. If you have trouble printing on vellum, try taping the vellum to printer paper before printing.

a vellum photo layout with the shimelle collection: a scrapbooking tutorial by erin stewart @ shimelle.com

Next trim 1/4 inch from sides and add vellum to pattern paper. Because the vellum is semi transparent, it can be tricky to pick a pattern paper that best for the vellum photo. Try to go with a solid area with a neutral color background. Also add a trimmed 6 × 6 square paper from the paper pad to create a center diamond behind photo.

a vellum photo layout with the shimelle collection: a scrapbooking tutorial by erin stewart @ shimelle.com

Then add embellishments. Layer the cut file underneath the vellum and one on top. Add two photo overlays on the printed photo. Hand cut two triangles. Add card from “Goodall” pattern paper, layer underneath the photo then add the ‘beautiful’ wood veneer.

a vellum photo layout with the shimelle collection: a scrapbooking tutorial by erin stewart @ shimelle.com

Add stamping on vellum. I used Prima chalk ink to add the arrows from Shimelle Collection. I stamped the lighter color first and added the darker color on top with a slight off set.

a vellum photo layout with the shimelle collection: a scrapbooking tutorial by erin stewart @ shimelle.com

And here is the finished layout! I hope you have just as much as fun as I did, with the beautiful Shimelle collection.





Erin has always been creative and started scrapbooking since she was a teen. She lives in Georgia, USA with her husband and two children. She is currently on Scraptastic Club design team and the Project Life Design Team. She shares her work on her blog and shares photos of her everyday life on Instagram.

Five Ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by Ashley Horton

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by Ashley Horton @ shimelle.com

I have to admit, that I have a serious love for patterned paper and my Silhouette Cameo. Put those two things together, and I am in heaven! There are so many gorgeous papers in the Shimelle collection, and I just couldn’t resist using them with some of my favorite die cutting techniques, and I am looking forward to sharing them with you today!

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashley horton @ shimelle.com

8 IS GREAT: Layer & Cluster Die Cuts
I used several different die cuts on this layout, including a tag, flowers and leaves, to layer and cluster behind my photo. I also wanted to add some different layers and dimension to my die cuts, so I mixed in a wood veneer, rub-ons and stickers.

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashley horton @ shimelle.com

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashey horton @ shimelle.com

BUSY BEING HAPPY: Use a Full Die Cut Background
I wanted to use a full die cut background for this layout, but I was down to my last sheet of Haynes patterned paper, and it had already been cut. So I decided to do an 8.5×11 format and still work with the full die cut background. The Haynes patterned paper worked perfectly for this look, because I wanted a multi-colored patterned paper behind my White cardstock.

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashley horton @ shimelle.com

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashley horton @ shimelle.com

BUDDING ARTIST LAYOUT: Create an Ombre Look on Your Die Cut
Mixing spray mists or Gelatos with die cuts, can create a fun and unique look. I wanted to create an Ombre effect on the Love background cut file, using several spray mist colors. I chose varying shades of Red and Pink and started at the bottom of my die cut background, spraying the lightest color first and working my way up to the darker spray mist. And with all of the spray mist colors out there, it’s easy to choose the ones that coordinate perfectly with the colors in the Shimelle collection!

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashley horton @ shimelle.com

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashley horton @ shimelle.com

THESE BOOTS: Die Cut on Your Photo
Sometimes when I’m taking a photo, I like to have my subject off center and include White space in the picture. And that White space is perfect for die cutting on your photo! I printed a large photo at 5×5 inches. I placed the photo on my Silhouette mat and added the title letters in Silhouette Studio. Once the word was cut from the photo, I backed it with the Earheart patterned paper.

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashley horton @ shimelle.com

five ideas using Shimelle Die Cuts by ashley horton @ shimelle.com

IT’S FRIDAY, I’M IN LOVE: Use a Tone on Tone Die Cut
I love the look that tone on tone die cuts create. I used a heart shape on the Keller paper, to create a tone on tone look at the top of the layout. It adds a subtle look to my page, to balance out the busier bottom half, that includes my photo, embellishments and bright colors.





Ashley lives in the Southern US with her husband and three kids. She has been a stay at home mom for about six years, and is currently homeschooling all three children. Ashley started scrapbooking when her first daughter was born, meaning she has been creating layouts for about nine years now! When she’s not busy crafting, Ashley is usually reading… there is a close race between her scrappy addiction and her reading addiction. She also loves to cook… but doesn’t love the cleaning so much! Ashley currently designs for American Crafts, Echo Park, Hip Kit Club, A Flair for Buttons and The Cut Shoppe. Feel free to check out her blog, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.

Inspired By... a new online scrapbooking workshop

Inspired By... a new online scrapbooking workshop @ shimelle.com

Today I’m delighted to introduce a new online scrapbooking workshop: Inspired By.

I’ve worked with some of my favourite scrapbookers to break down how we translate different sources of inspiration into unique scrapbook pages, and we’re sharing that process with you through ten videos and an accompanying PDF for reference. This workshop is self-paced, so you can view all the videos now or any time!

Across the ten videos, we take inspiration from the photos we will scrapbook, a patterned paper collection, geometric graphics, party decor, mixed media art, watercolours, commercial illustration, interior design, text art, and an existing scrapbook page. Then we walk through our individual scrapping process from taking that inspiration and turning it into something we love for our albums. It’s inspiration without sacrificing personal style, and we’d love for you to join in the fun.

Inspired By... a new online scrapbooking workshop @ shimelle.com

I’m thrilled that Nancy Damiano, Paige Evans, Stephanie Bryan, Marcy Penner, Jen Kinkade, Wilna Furstenberg, Laura Craigie, and Jill Sprott were able to join with me and each share a brand new video. That makes eight videos, and there are two from me to add up to ten. And if you like getting a bit computery with your crafting, there are also some gorgeous bonus downloads: printables and cut files designed by Wilna and Jen.

Your registration includes the ten videos, accompanying reference PDF, bonus printable and cut file downloads, and a private message board to discuss things with the contributors, chat with other participants, and share your own work. I have always offered permanent access to class materials and that is included here as well. I know it’s a tangent from this actual workshop but in light of recent things in our industry, I want to address what I mean by permanent access to materials. I have been teaching online for more than ten years and all the materials from even that very first class are still available to those participants. Yes, passwords may be forgotten or email addresses may change, but I can help with those instances and though it may occasionally take a bit of time to track things down from all those years ago, we can and do get that remedied for past class participants. (One big change last year was automating the password reset on our class forum, so if you forget your login name or password, you can get that in moments and don’t have to wait for me to read your email.) Yes, I changed formats many years ago from a set up that was more like an email group where we all chatted back and forth to using message board as a classroom set up, but all the previous materials have continued to be maintained. If I were to upgrade again in the future, that would be my plan. And in addition I have what I call my ‘hit by a bus policy’, which is a dreadfully terrible name for how I have tried to do all in my power to make sure that if something horrible happened and I went out of business or disappeared from the face of the earth next week, all my customers would continue to have access to everything for many more years than they would probably want to reference those materials. I can’t guarantee that policy will work in every way because I am most definitely not volunteering to be hit by a bus just to test it out. But this is something I have meant since the very first day I said I was offering permanent access. It makes sense for me and I’m happy to offer it, and I’m sorry for the tangent, but the notion of losing trust due to decisions made by other companies is one that plays on my mind.

Also related: yes, students from my Two Peas workshops will soon be able to access them via my own site. You will be sent an email when that is ready and I will also post here (so if your email has changed since your Two Peas days, we will be able to sort that out for you). I know it’s taking a long time and all I can say is that everything is taking me a long time right now, and Wonder Boy is worth it for me. But I can see the end of that project in sight and I’m so happy to be able to extend those workshops under my own little umbrella.

Right: back to Inspired By! It’s £10 British Pounds or $15 US Dollars. If neither of those is your currency, that’s okay – you can choose either and it will automatically convert. Check XE for exchange rates to get an idea of the price in numbers that make sense for you!

If you’re ready, click to sign up!

After you sign up, you’ll be given access to the materials, generally within 24 hours. (I try not to work on Sundays but also try to make sure process registrations last thing on Saturday night and first thing on Monday morning!) If you have made your payment and do not receive a welcome email within that time frame, please double check your message hasn’t gone to your spam folder, then email me to let me know. If you are paying from a different email address than you would like to use for the workshop access (including giving the class as a gift), leave a note in the comments of your purchase – or send me an email if you miss that step. Any questions, please do not hesitate to email me and I will get you an answer as soon as possible.

Mini Paper Envelopes with the Shimelle Collection: A tutorial by Paige Evans

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Hi, my name is Paige, and I’m addicted to patterned paper! (Hi Paige!). The more patterned paper I can use on a layout, the better! For this layout I wanted to create a semi-background of mini envelopes using most of the papers in the lovely Shimelle collection.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Die cut fifteen small envelopes from patterned papers.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Fold the envelopes on the score lines.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Glue the envelopes so they hold their shape.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles collection: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Start building your layout with the envelopes down the center in a 3 × 5 grid. Try tucking small embellishments into the envelopes. Consider adding journaling on a tag in one of them.

mini paper envelopes with shimelles colelction: a tutorial by paige evans @ shimelle.com

Choose a background paper or cardstock then glue everything in place. I usually use cardstock for my backgrounds, but I love the subtle woodgrain pattern of the “Hall” paper.





Paige Evans has been scrapbooking since she was sixteen years old and worked at her first job at a local scrapbook store. The first time she put pictures and papers together it was a match made in heaven! She is the design team manager/blog hostess for American Crafts, on the creative team for Studio Calico, and on the digital creative team for Ali Edwards. While not scrapbooking she makes pacifier clips for her etsy shop. Paige is the mother of two adorable children – Fox age four and Jane age two. She and her husband Chris have been married for seven years and currently live in Grafenwöhr Germany where Chris is a dentist for the US Army. You can check out more of her and her work on her blog, Instagram, Etsy shop, Pinterest, and Studio Calico Gallery.

Christmas Planners: A Scrapbooking Tutorial by Cara Vincens

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Hi I’m Cara, and today, I want to walk you through the steps to a make a fun, interactive planner. This one is Christmas themed, mine is already full of present ideas and to-do lists, but feel free to make yours any theme you like. I originally made this book because to me the Christmas season should be filled with baking, scrapbooking, playing in the snow and having fun, but for many years, it ended up being a stressful season of countless events, marathon shopping and endless obligations. Keeping the have-to’s organised left me time and room for the want-to’s. And why not organise it all in something pretty, right? The book has lots of pockets, a little journal (perfect for ‘Journal your Christmas’), a mini photo album and Shimelle’s 1-25 list leading up to the big day.

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Here is what you’ll need:

Five pieces of 12×12 patterned paper
*one for each of the front and back covers. These don’t have to be the same, use what you have, but you will see both sides of each, so make sure you like both sides and they match your theme.
*one piece for the binding and the mini-folder. Again you need to love both sides.
*Shimelle’s Winlock paper with the 1-25 list or whatever you’d like as your flip-out paper. Yup, you guessed it, you need to love both sides!
*the last piece is for the inside pockets and you will only see one side of this one.

*Washi tape
To decorate your book
You also need one that you don’t mind throwing away afterwards. We are going to use it to hold the book together before stitching. I know you must have some that, either, you don’t like anymore, or came in a pack with others that you just had to have but this one you could take or leave.

*Pocket Pages
Any size up to A4 (8.5×11 inches)
you can use all the same or a variety
up to four pages (any more, I find they get slippery and are hard to stitch)
you can even cut pages from a ‘cheapy’ photo album

*Notebook Paper
about 10-20 sheets, depending on how thick the paper is
I used the leftover pages that I ripped out of the back of my kids’ notebooks at the end of last year

*Corner Rounder
Sewing Machine or big needle and baker’s twine or embroidery thread
Pretty Embellishments

ALLONS Y!

christmas papers: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step One
Cut down your pages to the dimensions below:
front cover: 11 inches high by 10 inches wide
back cover: 11 inches high by 10 inches wide
flip-out page: trim the Winlock paper down so you see only a bit of the reddish-pink edge (about 103/4 inches high x 11 inches wide)
pockets: cut the paper into two pieces, both 6×10 inches
binding: 11 inches high x 3 inches
mini folder: take the rest of the paper you used for the binding and cut a piece 73/4 high x 12 inches. Then, cut out a strip as shown below to make a tab. Round all corners.

TIP: If you are using Shimelle’s Dowdy paper, you can use the whole sheet including the black stripes and trim off the blue ‘pretty paper’ bit. Make both pockets 61/4 inches high x 10 inches

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

TIP: That inside corner of the tab may be tricky. Bend your paper carefully and wiggle your corner rounder in and you should be able to get it. Otherwise trace another rounded corner and hand cut.

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

notebook paper: 71/2 inches high x 5 inches Be careful where you trim, if you want to keep those red lines.

Christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step Two
Score the pieces at the following marks:
front cover: 1 inch from the left
back cover: 1 inch from the right
flip out: 31/2 inches from the right (non-numbered side)
binding: right down the middle at 11/2 inches
folder: fold in half, not counting the tab
front pocket: 1 inch from the right (if you are using the Dowdy paper, make sure that last little blue bit is in the 1 inch that gets scored)
back pocket: 1 inch from the left

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step Three
Stitch the notebook paper to the inside of the folder, but leave a bit of room from the centre, you’ll be stitching down this centre fold.

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step Four
Washi tape the flip-out paper to the front of the one inch flap of the back cover and stitch. Don’t worry about stitching through the washi tape if you need to.

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step Five
Lay the front pocket on the front cover and the back one on the back cover. Use the washi tape you don’t like much to hold it in place.

TIP: test the tape on a piece of scrap paper to make sure it won’t rip your paper when you pull it up. Or you can always stick it to the back of your hand before laying it down.

Step Six
Lay the pieces down in the following order, lining up all the scored lines to make the centre fold, using washi tape to hold as you go.
front cover (with pocket)
back cover (with pocket and flip-out)
folder

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step Seven
Stitch it baby! Right up that centre fold!
If you haven’t stitched on paper before, or are a little leary, I have a series on youtube that’ll walk you through it. Otherwise you could try the no-sew option.

NO SEW version:
Poke four holes along the centre fold, through ALL layers of paper (I just poked through with a thumbtack). One at the top, one at the bottom and two near the middle. With your big needle threaded with baker’s twine or embroidery thread go in through the back of the top middle hole, bring it up to the top hole. Go back out and bring it all the way down to the bottom hole and then back out the bottom-middle hole. Pull everything really tight and then tie a double knot to hold everything well.
If you’d like a video run through of this, I have a free class on my website that runs you through it. You can sign up here and the no-sew bit starts at about eighteen minutes thirty seconds.

Step Eight
Remove all the washi tape carefully. Use the washi tape you like to stick down the flap from the front cover and to cover the back of any stitching you don’t like.

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step Nine
Stitch around the pockets.

TIP: stitch from the front, I find that when you stitch on paper the back is not as pretty. This way your front cover will stay nice. Add a pencil mark to the front so you know where the pocket ends and where to start and stop sewing.

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step Ten
Trim the holes from the sides of your pocket pages. Make sure you leave enough extra room for stitching. Line up and washi tape to the back of the flip out about 1/4 inch from the fold.

TIP: I like to washi down each page individually because these suckers are slippery!!

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Step Eleven
Glue the binding on and add some wash tape to either side. The book will be pretty stiff, so I like to fold the book open and closed over and over to loosen it up.

christmas planners: a scrapbooking tutorial by cara vincens @ shimelle.com

Now it’s time to decorate the cover the way you’d like!! Check out this quick, little video on my Youtube to see what it looks like on the inside.

If you make one I would love to see! Link it up in the comments, please! Also, don’t hesitate to ask any questions, I’m happy to help.





Cara is a Canadian living in Luxembourg with her hubby and 6 children. She’s trained them well and they all adore Star Wars, Harry Potter and Doctor Who.
She loves every single moment of the scrapbooking process, from the stories and the photos, to the design, techniques and product (who can resist all those gorgeous products!). Cara loves bright, happy colours, lots of white and lots of white space and layers and clusters! Her first love was sewing until she discovered scrapbooking in 2000, now she tries to blend the two, whether it’s stitching on scrapbook layouts and projects like this one or adding layers and clusters to clothes.
You can find Cara on her site thehootingpirate.com or on her handwritten blog . However, in all honestly, she’s on instagram everyday! She has a brand new etsy shop, where you can buy your very own Christmas planner if you’re feeling the crunch and making one just seems too daunting this year.

Mixing Amy's Stitched Papers with Shimelle Stickers:: A Scrapbooking tutorial by Amy Tangerine

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

I love incorporating different mediums all into one scrapbook page. Today, I am demonstrating some of my favorite techniques at the moment – stamping, watercolors and stitching. I love starting off on a fresh, clean sheet of white cardstock.

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers @ shimelle.com

To make the watercolor shapes, I made a small circle with a juicy dot of paint and used a straw to blow some air to make this splattered effect. For the 2 strips of paint below, I just painted two short lines, lighter color first, darker color on top.

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

To add the circles, I punched out some phrases from Shimelle’s and my Stitched line of papers, added a cork circle and stamped a Kelly Purkey image.

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

Next, to add a few more stamped phrases from Kellie Winnell and place my photo.

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

I added some handwritten journaling and then beneath, I used a paper piercer to make a few holes and added some simple line stitches beneath the journaling. This is a fantastic and fast way to add a bit of texture with thread to any paper project. And really is the perfect finishing touch, in my opinion.

mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com





It’s hard for Amy Tan to imagine where her life would be had she not fallen in love with scrapbooking in 2007. This hobby has afforded her so many amazing opportunities—including a number of signature lines with American Crafts, many of her projects published in a variety of magazines, her own book, and the chance to meet so many inspiring people—that she is endlessly grateful for. Her company, Amy Tangerine keeps her busy with creative collaborations ranging from custom scrapbooks to celebrity events to consulting services. When she’s not at home in Los Angeles, California with two mischievous Jack Russell Terriers, her long-time partner, JC and their adorable son, Jack, she is traveling, finding great places to eat, and doing her best to enjoy every moment. All while Instagramming everything along the way.

Amy loves salted caramel anything, doggy cuddles, baby giggles, palm trees, riding her beach cruiser, and nachos. Always nachos. You can see what she’s up to on her blog amy tangerine and Instagram and join her for her latest online workshop, entitled Inspiration Live (only $20!)

Available while stocks last: Nailed It Stamps!

available while stocks last: Nailed it stamps! @ shimelle.com

Some of you may remember I designed a set of ‘real life’ phrase stamps for Two Peas in a Bucket last year, called Nailed It. With the closure of Two Peas, I now have the remaining sets of this design and can ship them from here in London, which may make a difference if you were hoping to order a set to a European address and shipping from the US was too expensive. Of course it’s still possible to send them back to North America if that’s where you are!

available while stock lasts: nailed it stamps @ shimelle.com

These stamps are high quality photo polymer, made in the USA. They are long-wearing and can be used with a variety of inks. You will need an acrylic block or other stamping surface, as clear stamps don’t come mounted to anything (that will be old hat to those of you who stamp all the time, but I know it’s a little confusing the first time you see a set of clear stamps so it’s worth a mention now and then). The set is 4×6 inches, and the individual phrases are designed to fit on 3×4 cards for Project Life scrapping as well as other projects of any size.

Sorry – all stamps now sold! Thank you!

About the Workshop The new workshop will be available shortly, just waiting on one last tiny detail and then it will be available for you!

Two scrapbooking workshops to check out

scrapbook page by shimelle laine @ shimelle.com

With September’s end drawing near, I find the end of Learn Something New (the annual September project in my world) makes me excited to dive into new learning adventures with a more specific focus. Just in case you’re the same, I wanted to share two new scrapbooking workshops with you, led by two talented ladies and dear friends.

First up, a workshop from May Flaum! I’ve contributed a layout and extended video to her new class that focuses on using all the supplies you’ve been collecting. (My contribution covers paper scraps.) For ten days, May will lead you through the different items in your stash. Supplies on Hand starts this Wednesday.

two scrapbooking workshops to check out @ shimelle.com

May has brought together a great team of contributors, including Ashli Oliver, Lisa Dickinson, Paige Evans, Patricia Roebuck, Sasha Farina, Anna-Karin Evaldsson, Michelle Wooderson, Mel Blackburn, Emma Williams, Sian Fair, all contributing new layouts with either step by step tutorials or videos, and of course May has included lots of her own new projects too.

Supplies on Hand starts on the first of October and you can register now.

workshops @ shimelle.com

Or if you’re looking for a last minute workshop now that we are coming to the end of Learn Something New, Wilna Furstenburg has just started a new four week workshop, Art and Design, at Big Picture Classes.

With twenty instructional videos, Wilna will walk you through dozens of tips, tricks, and techniques to make new pages that break her beautifully artistic style down to simple steps and easy ways to remember strong design principles that can be applied to all sorts of layouts. If you have taken and enjoyed her Art Class workshops (formerly at Two Peas and now available on her own site), you’ll love this new twist of teaching her style, but it’s not necessary to have taken any of her earlier classes to follow this one.

This class has just started and registration ends on the first of October, so there are only two more days left to sign up.

And speaking of workshops, I’m in the final stages of moving my Two Peas workshops to my own site and will be launching a brand new workshop this week too! Watch this space, as they say.

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