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A Sneak Peak at Something from Almost Nothing

pages from a new online scrapbooking class

Here’s a little look at just three of the projects guest artists have contributed to my new online scrapbook class, Something from Almost Nothing. Any guesses on who these guests might be? You’re going to love their ideas for creating new looks from your existing collection of scrapbooking supplies. They will even hold your virtual hand when you cut into a sheet of patterned paper, if that will help!

Class starts next Wednesday, the 10th of March, and you can sign up by clicking either payment button below or check out this post for all the details about the class! You can sign up at any time. Registration may take up to 24 hours – usually much less.












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03 March 2010



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17 Comments for A Sneak Peak at Something from Almost Nothing

  1. Jacky Scales Says:

    So looking forward to this.

  2. Lynn Says:

    Sneaks look great!
    I’ll be brave and take a guess at Jennifer McGuire & Stephanie Ackerman as possible guest designers?

  3. Alaina Says:

    All signed up. . . can’t wait!

  4. Yvonne Says:

    I am so in! I took your “journal your Christmas class and was thrilled!*

  5. Veera Says:

    Oh, sneaks looks so yummy!! =) I would guess that we are going to see Stephanie Howells work during this class…?

  6. Clair Says:

    I never really have a problem with using up my papers, but I’m loving how those brads and eyelets have been used. I never, ever manage to use them in my projects! I am so looking forward to this!

  7. Irene Fitzpatrick Says:

    Yes, I agree Claire! I never really know what to do with the ‘bits and pieces’! Looking forward to next week!

  8. helen Says:

    I’m ready!! looking forward to this class, it looks like fun!!

  9. Elizabeth A. Moore Says:

    This class looks so exciting…and Stephanie Howell is one of my favorites! Can’t wait to start on Wednesday!

  10. Brandy Says:

    I sent my payment in and was wondering how I am added to this class?

    Thanks, Brandy

  11. zeffy Says:

    hi I have also just signed up.I have a friend that did Journal you Christmas,her work was amazing.Can’t wait.

  12. Diana E. Bishop Says:

    Oh me this is a Class I definitely need. IS this an online class ? When is the last day to sign up ?

  13. Tinkersdamn Says:

    So excited! I just linked this up from my blog, giving a shout out to you and Tara- seemed fair, since I won her free pass. :)

  14. jacquisj Says:

    looking forward to being inspired to use long forgotten stash and techniques and achieve lots with this class

  15. Carlye Says:

    Looks like a fantastic class. Something I definitely need! Thank you for posting!

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