I’m not sure if you heard the news, but there’s a new face at Scrapaneers… and it’s me! I have been invited by Tiffany to teach on a topic that I really love—hybrid papercrafting!
I’ve been spending a lot of time in my studio over the last few months, working on my class. I’ve been recording every part of the process—from what I do in Photoshop, to how I print at home, to how I use different tools in my studio—to bring you a comprehensive class that covers everything you need to know about hybrid from start to finish.
If you’ve been wanting to play around with hybrid papercrafting, but you don’t know where to begin, this class was designed for you!
Over three sessions, I will walk you through all the basics of hybrid. Then you will work along with me as we complete three beautiful hybrid projects together. We’ll be covering things like card making, printing sticker and stamp elements, making your own note cards, and how to use a template to make a hybrid gift box:
I will also be available in the forums to answer all your hybrid questions, too. You can take this class at your own pace, but you won’t be alone on this journey!
So, if you’ve felt like hybrid is “too hard” or “too complicated” for you to try, let me show you just how easy it is!
From Pixels to Paper: Hybrid Basics launches on February 2nd and I hope you will join me then.
Enter to Win:
Would you like a chance to win a spot in my new class? Leave a comment here and let me know:
What’s one hybrid thing that you would like to learn more about?
Let me know! I’d love to hear your thoughts… and even your fears.
Leave a comment here by
Tuesday, January 28th by 11:59 p.m. (EST). I will announce a winner on Wednesday!
Best of luck to you!
They say the first person to comment never wins, but that’s exactly who Random.org has selected! Congratulations, Michelle–I look forward to seeing you in the classroom!