Tuesday, 30 September 2008

ArtsyCrafts New Events coming soon

Hi bloggers I just have to let you know aout 2 more events that I am teaching with Linda Brown of LB Crafts.

Event 1: Gothic Arch, Sunday November 23rd, 9am-5pm.
At our first ArtsyCrafts weekend event in early September, this arch
was so popular that we have had requests from many people who missed the weekend and even those who did attend, to teach this stunning class again. Here is your chance to come to a great one day masterclass

Class description: A Gothic Arch shaped wooden frame decorated with a variety of metal-working techniques, to surround a fabric-stamped interior with colour co-ordinated UTEE beads dangling from the base.


Class Content:
Metal techniques such as
  • how to colour with paints, alcohol inks and glimmer mists,
  • how to use metal with moulds, the cuttlebug and metalworking tools (like scootchy/ texture wheels, wire brushes and ball & cups to name a few),
  • how to embellish metal with stamped and embossed images.
Stamping Techniques such as
  • how to stamp onto fabric, and colour the images,
  • how to embellish your stamped work with stitching & beads
UTEE Techniques such as
  • how to make your own beads from UTEE (Ultra thick embossing enamel)
  • how to make beads with extra pizazz (metal leaf, perfect pearls, wire)
  • how to fix these beads onto your project or onto bracelets
How to book your place:
Click on this link, download the information sheet, complete the booking form and return it to LB Crafts ASAP.



Event 2: Altered Arts Weekend Event, March 21 & 22, 2009
Another great weekend opportunity to learn loads of stamping, metal work
ing and altered arts techniques. For beginners and experienced alike, the most important thing to bring is a pair of non-stick scissors. We'll provide all the other supplies you need! Yes really!

Linda Brown (LB Crafts) and L
eandra Franich (PaperArtsy) are both innovative, experienced teachers who will teach you many ideas with stamps, metal, paints, inks, glimmer mists and beyond! We will explore many techniques across a variety of projects and surfaces which will leave you excited and confident to incorporate these ideas on all kinds of other items you make in the future.

Comments from previous attendees:

"What a fantastic weekend, I don't know where the time went! Crammed full o
f technique fuelled projects and I have learned so much. Thank you Lin and Leandra I've had a blast" (L.G.)

" Leandra and Linda were so helpful and showed so many great techniques. Definitely value for money. Wouldn't hesitate to come again!"
(M.T.)

"The whole weekend was a fantastic event. Well organised, gr
eat company, and we made the most gorgeous projects. Can't wait till the next one" (J.G.)

" Wonderful weekend, especially for a senior citizen and novice in the world of Arts who only came because a friend wanted company!"
(G.M.)

"Fabulous weekend, it was evident huge planning and preparation had gone into the event, and this paid off in terms of great organisation and enjoyment for the attendees! It was brilliant to try so many techniques I had read about in magazines but have been too nervous to try on my own!"
(A.H.)

Booking information: Please click on this link to download detailed information about this event, and instructions on how to secure you place.

2 comments:

craftytrog said...

Have booked your gothic arch workshop! Can't wait to try all those fab techniques!
Alison xx

craftytrog said...

Hey Leandra!
Me again! Just wanted to say thanks for a fabulous workshop yesterday! It was such fun trying all the different techniques that you and Linda showed us. I managed to finish my arch today, and you can see it on my blog if you like! My daughter thinks it's well cool!! Lol!!
Thanks again,
love Alison xx

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