Tuesday, December 5, 2006

New classes coming up

The new class roster has just been finalised at work (Scraptivate) and I've now moved into the realm of night-time teaching as well as during the day! Some people can't do the day time thing, so I'll be doing the atc classes once a fortnight at night as well as the fortnightly day ones. My atc classes are going really well which I'm pretty happy about.....nice to spread the word about these little treasures that can be so addictive and perfect for those who like to try out different techniques but don't want to spend a whole heap of time on larger projects and not like the final result!



Thanks to permission from Dawn the prawn, I'm also going to teach the Microscope Slide Shrine that we all learnt from her at Sally G's InkRedibly RT stampcamp earlier this year (....and a FINE time was had by all....whoever thought that shot glasses could look so absolutely fabulous painted with alcohol ink....once they were empty of course!!!). I have a couple of really good movies of the conga line and a few other things that occurred around 2am!!! Love the jammies girls.....hahahahaha



So here's a couple of pics of the shrine that I made at camp...


You can check out the Scraptivate web-site (at the top of the blog) in the next few days for the listings of the new class timetable....if you want.....

2 comments:

Scraptivate said...

Hi there Kelsey,
A couple of things ... I am booking myself into the Microscope shrine class, can't wait for that one. Now, I have to tell you that the Christmas placecards on your last post are absolutely ADORABLE and too funny ... can you bring a couple into work to show me. I was LMAO when I just saw them on your post.
You're too clever ...
Natalie

kelsey said...

Glad to have you in the class Natalie, you're such an easy student, might have to give you a gold star next time!

Regarding the placecards - I'll bring them in to work....don't know how our customers will like them???? lol Then again....maybe some of them might steal the idea...they're welcome to it! hahaha