Three Fun Online Classes with Craftsy

Take a Fun Craftsy Online Class!
If you are like me, when you are crafting, you like to watch You Tube, your recorded television shows, or maybe an online class. I have become a bit addicted to Craftsy classes. The first class I am highlighting is the Fun and Fast Scrapbooking Class with Lisa Andrews. Right now it is $10 off, so click on over to learn even more. You will learn timesaving techniques for your fastest scrapbook pages ever! Create quick layouts with sketches, stash-busting tips, design ideas and more.

In these 7 lessons, you will master quick and easy scrapbooking as you create more than seven unique projects with guidance from scrapbooking expert Lisa Andrews. Start by sketching your designs and learning how to use them to build your first page. Then, find out how to simplify your design process by creating your own pre-made mini-kits and using ready-made embellishments that save time while still delivering one-of-a-kind results. Next, make your photos pop with tips for composing a striking full-page photo layout in minutes. Lisa even shows you how to let loose with ink, paint and mist for mixed-media designs that amaze. Plus, create a sweet and simple mini-album you’ll love for a lifetime! Sound like something you might be interested in? Check out Fun and Fast Scrapbooking on Craftsy.

I also want to recommend two other classes that I have taken recently: Travel Scrapbooking with Amy Tan and Scrapbook Design and Storytelling with Jen Gallacher. I have an upcoming European vacation, so I loved learning some tips and getting a ton of ideas from Amy Tangerine! What I really loved about Jen’s class was the downloadable sketches she used! I’m a sketch girl, so it was awesome to get this free content to print out! I’d love to hear from anyone who has taken these classes. You can upload your creations to the class, chat with the instructors and classmates, and get really interactive online in the Craftsy community. (P.S. They are hiring, so you can check that out on the site, too!).

Here is the first layout I finished using the Travel Scrapbooking with Amy Tan class. I uploaded a few more layouts using pocket pages and flip flaps at Craftsy, but I thought it would be fun to show some of my creations here, too. I used the Close To My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge to cut some fun images to mat my photos and raided my stash for some Jolee’s 3D stickers. Super cute!

Rome if you want to Left Side

Rome if you want to right side

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