Fall Classes

Here are the listings for all of my fall classes. They don't all have pics yet–I'm designing faster than I can take pics! Ha! I also have big plans for the Bind It All so it will be appearing in my next few classes as well.

“Spooky” Halloween Banner

Scrapbook Boulevard

October 12, 2008

1230-330pm, Fee: $30

Ph: 760-948-5700

Be the talk of HalloweenTown with this spook-a-licious garland hanging on your door or over the fireplace.It will be nothing but treats come Halloween night as we play with sugarcoated cardstock, luscious ribbons, and the newest Halloween themed papers to create this delightfully spooky banner.

Supplies: Foam Paint Brush, Glue Dots, Liquid Adhesive


What A Hoot!

Owl Shaped Mini Book

What A Hoot!

October 15, 2008

6-9pm * $38

@ The Scrappin Table

ph: 714-961-8011

Create an adorable owl shaped mini book using Heather Bailey’s cheery textile patterned papers! We’ll be playing with buttons, flowers, tissue festooning, and more to create this one of a kind, whimsical album. The holidays are just around the corner and this would make the perfect gift for anyone.


Supplies: Adhesive (tape runner, glue dots, and a liquid adhesive), ink (green, pink, blue, and yellow), Crop A Dile, Scissors, Foam Paint Brush, sanding tools (Basic Grey File Set recommended).




Twenty Pages In One Day

Create 20 Pages in One Sitting

Twenty Pages In One Day – 20 Layouts!!

November 1, 2008

11am-5pm, $75

Ph: 714-961-8011

The Scrappin' Table

We'll create 20 pages during 6 hours of scrapping, snacks, and fun! We'll provide snacks all day (feel free to bring in your favorite dish to share if you'd like). We'll do the first ten pages, then take a little a break, and then start the next 10 pages. I am kicking it all off at The Scrappin' Table in Placentia, CA. Anne, on the Table's design team, will be there to help as well so you will be in very capable hands between us both!

This time though, the class is bigger, badder, and better than ever so your pages will be wayyyy wayyy wayyy cooler than this one!

We also have a special guest coming!!! Tricia from Canon (yeah, the picture people!) is going to be bringing Canon's latest and greatest photo printers for us to play with during the class!! Bring in your camera's memory card with your favorite photos loaded onto it and we will play with all of the wonderful features of these new Canon printers. They can print postcards (think Christmas!), calendars, small pics, 4×6 and more, all of which you will get to keep if you print them in the class. And get this–the paper is totally waterproof and fingerprint proof. Halloween is the night before so bring in your camera and we'll get those pics scrapped before you can say “Trick-or-Treat”!

In addition, I'll be showing you how to use Bazzill's new Lickety Slip albums to get even more pics into one album. The Scrappin' Table will be offering a special on these albums available only to class attendees the day of the class. Michelle, the owner, has hinted to me that it will be a particularly “sweet” deal you won't want to miss.

I'll be doing a drawing in the class to win one of my past page kits. It is packed with goodies to make 12 pages and you can win it for free!! Just attend the class to get a raffle ticket. You'll also get one ticket for bringing in your camera's memory card, one ticket for bringing in a snack, one ticket for every Lickety Slip album or refill pack you buy during the class, and one ticket for every $10 you spend that day in the store.

At the end of the class you'll have a great album ready to give for Christmas before the mad rush of holiday shopping even starts! How cool is that?!



Glamour Girl

Crown- Shaped Mini Book

“Glamour Girl” Mini Book

November 2, 2008

1-4pm, $TBA

Ph: 909-793-2200

Collective Journey


Be over-the-top glamorous with this luscious crown shaped mini book class. We'll be stamping, painting, and playing with ribbon to create this sassy project plus you can create your own title in the class using Quickutz Cookie Cutter dies.


Our Family Recipes

Apron-Shaped Recipe Book


“Our Family Recipes” Mini Book
Now & Then Scrapbooks

November 9, 2008

3-5pm, Fee: $35

Ph: 951-696-9639


Preserve your family’s favorite recipes in this adorable apron-shaped mini album! We’ll be using the Zutter Bind-It-All and Creative Imaginations paper to create this book filled with pockets to store your treasured recipes. The book folds into an easel so the recipes are easy to view while cooking. This project would be the perfect gift for the cook in your family, newlyweds, or for the holidays!


Supplies: Adhesive (3D Foam Squares, glue dots, and a liquid adhesive), ink (red, brown, green), Crop A Dile, Scissors, Foam Paint Brush.



Nifty Gifties

Six Holiday Gifts That Fit Any Budget

(Photo Coming Soon! Sample Is On Display In Store)

Make it from the heart this holiday season with these fun gift ideas. We’ll be creating 6 handmade gifts in class, including some very nifty “green” gifts using recycled items. These gifts are ones you can easily duplicate at home for under $5 each – perfect if you need stocking stuffers, teacher gifts, or gifts for co-workers or a Secret Santa. Plus you’ll get all the templates and instructions in the class!

Nifty Gifties
Scrapbook Boulevard

November 22, 2008

1-4pm, Fee: $30

Ph: 760-948-5700

Holiday Mini Book

(Photo Coming Soon!)

Holiday Mini Book

November 23, 2008

12-3pm, $34

Ph: 760-598-2222

Pink Pineapple Scrapbooks

“Good Eats” Recipe Book

Apron Shaped Mini Book

(Photo Coming Soon!)

Give the gift of sweets this year! Create an adorable apron shaped mini album for all of your time honored holiday recipes. Keep it as a keepsake or give it as a gift. And if you’re feeling super sweet, bring a treat to class to share! We’ll be using Teresa Collin’s newest paper line as well lots of fun Quickutz diecuts and other details.

Supplies: Glue dots, liquid adhesive, precision tip scissors, color box chalk inks in charcoal, chestnut roan, creamy brown, and olive pastel.


Recipe Book

December 7, 2008

1-4pm, $TBA

Ph: 909-793-2200

Collective Journey

Author: Jennifer Priest

It started with jewelry, beading, sewing, home decor, painting, basket weaving, pottery, and cross-stitch. Marry that to an entrepreneurial spirit & at 9 years old a girl is selling her wares at craft fairs as far as her parents and grandparents would drive her. These days, Jennifer enjoys crafts of all genres from sewing to scrapbooking to jewelry with a little dabbling in the mixed media world. Her style is approachable and she wants everyone who sees her work to feel that they too can embrace creativity and make their home and life beautiful.

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3 thoughts on “Fall Classes

  1. Great Classes I really hope to make it to one someday!

    Posted on October 8, 2008 at 4:20 pm
  2. So, when are you going to come do a class again at my store? We would love to have you!!

    Scrapper’s Cafe

    Posted on October 9, 2008 at 4:54 am
  3. OMGOD!!!!!! I am sooooooo jealous I’m not there to take these classes… every single one looks just YUMMY!!! You are one awesomely talented gal with a great eye for color and design! Maybe next time I’m close, you’ll be teaching some more awesomeness and I can take a class!

    Posted on October 9, 2008 at 6:04 pm