Mysteries of the Girl Sleuth - Altered Book - May 21st

Nancy Drew fan or not, this altered book is sure to bring out the curiosity in any crafter! Starting with the base of a Nancy Drew book, we will hollow out and create our own mini books, notebooks, art journals – or whatever other use you’d like to put your creation to work as. Not only will the class be packed full of supplies to use including paints, distress stains, mists, stamps, trims, punches, die cuts and more – but the kits themselves are crammed full of goodies as well. From Tim Holtz stickers, door knobs, and accents to all kinds lace trims, buttons, notions, and so much more – this kit is value packed and the class is going to be a lot of fun.
Instructor May Flaum encourages creative play, and the kits are packed full of materials to make sure that students are able to customize and really create a book that suits them. As a long time crafter and instructor she brings her “no rules” approach and plenty of fun, special extras, and of course some snacks (she is a good hostess, after all) to this afternoon altered book class.

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Students should bring: Scissors, paper trimmer, black pen, tape runner or dry adhesive, and crop-a-dile if owned
1:00 - 4:00

$40 limit 14 students


Bobbi Holmes said...

I like the idea of considering the topic of the book when altering it, as opposed to using it as a blank canvas. I can see Nancy Drew leading to all sorts of creative ideas.

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