I would love to take one of your coloring classes! How long...maybe an hour + giggle time!Dot
OK, finally getting back to answer this one :)Definitely techniques with colored pencils, and maybe something like fundamentals of design (including color, layout, etc.) I would try to limit class times to 2 hours - (perhaps a part 1 & 2 with a break for snacks and stretching!)
I am with the other 2 respondents; coloring techniques. And share some design principles. Suggestions as to where you buy your ribbon, flowers, etc.
I must be the odd lady out. The class should end when my butte gets sore. Time flies when having fun so a couple hours just aint enuf, baby.I would like to learn coloring techniques. The problem about a class is the wide range of stamping experience of the students. When I have parties, the demonstrator knows to have more complicated card projects. If someone is new to the group, everyone pitches in to help the person.My friends prefer cards instead of bags or boxes. Only a couple of the ladies make scrap books. Was that too much info? :O)Have a fun class. I am sure the customers will be happy with any project.
I would like basic coloring or embossing (heat or dry) Basically out of the box things as I am not a creative type on my own. and I agree w/ Laurie the class should be over 'when my butt gets tired' hehe.
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