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As I mentioned, I will be teaching Miss Art's 201 Level class for the month of May. It's called "The Secret Garden Layout Class," and I'll be leading you through three different layouts. The class will consist of 12 different videos full of techniques -- including crocheting on paper!! You get access to ALL of these videos for only $5 (such a deal!!). It's self-paced so you can watch the videos whenever you want and as often as you want during the term. Here's the description of my class:
There once was a girl who found her escape in a secret garden. While she worked to bring the flowers to bloom and the garden to life her soul was refreshed, and her creativity was sparked. In “The Secret Garden” Layout Class, teacher Stacy Cohen brings you layouts and techniques inspired by both flower gardens and by the “Madeline’s Song” Miss Art’s Papercrafting School kit.
Join Stacy in this 201 class to learn techniques for creating a shadowbox effect on your layouts, adding dimension through layering, and creating beautiful floral clusters. You will also have the chance to see a step-by-step demonstration on how Stacy creates her crocheted pages. Join Stacy in “The Secret Garden” on May 1, 2011.
It's based on the amazing monthly kit for May entitled "Madeline's Song" which will be for sale on the Miss Art's website starting May 1st for only $28.50 (a $34.76 retail value, not including some extra goodies).
It's chock full of beautiful Prima papers, flowers, chipboard, crystals, and more. And the kit also includes some special surprise additions from my own special stash of trims.
Miss Art's will also be offering several great "101 Level Classes" next month (including a great class on customizing chipboard taught by Alyssa McGrew), so be sure and check those out too!