Upcoming classes this week…and check this out–I am teaching ONLINE now!!

NEW Classes:

Tomorrow signups launch for My Creative Classrom. It's an online classroom where you can take classes on anything creative–Teri Martin is there, Nan Paturzo, lots of great talent and knowledgeable, experienced teachers with great courses! I'm offering two classes this semester — check them out below:

You've either already taken the Bind it All 101 course with Nan Paturzo online (or Bind It All Bascis with me in person) or you're familiar with using the Bind It All. In this course, we'll take binding to the next level, creating several projects using the Bind-It-All tool and accessories, like the Round-It-All, O-Wires, and Cover-Alls. It's not about the basics anymore – we'll learn techniques for addressing challenging binding situations such as binding irregular shaped pages, binding on the edges of a project, binding pages of various sizes, creating projects besides books, tips for fixing mistakes, and more.

This class starts after Nan's 101 class, also at My Creative Classroom, so you can take that class first to get familiar with Bind It All and then follow it up with my Masterz class.

Start Date: November 18, 2009

Check out more info on this class and enroll here:


In 10 Weeks + 10 Techniques = 20 Pages we'll create two layouts each week, focusing on one main technique. Other techniques and tips will be shared along the way. After 10 weeks, you'll have completed 20 scrapbook pages and tried 10 techniques!! I'll also share my tips for making the most of your supplies, solutions for using scraps, and more. For those of you who take my classes in stores, this course will have a few layouts from past “Twenty Pages In A Day” classes as well as some pages exclusive to the online class. The best part about this class is you can use your own stash to complete all the pages–you don't have to buy a kit! Plus I share a little more since we have more time during the online class. If you want a kit, I will have kits for some of the pages available in my etsy shop before the class begins.

Start Date: October 8, 2009

Check out more info on this class and enroll here:


You can sign up for these online classes now until about 10 days after they start by visiting My Creative Classroom. You will need to set up an account with the site–this will give you immediate access to tutorials and free classes and you'll also be able to see classes like mine thatare open for enrollment.

Classes This Week:

Book Club
Featuring Claudine Hellmuth's
“The Scrapbooker's Creativity Kit”
September 2, 2009
October 14, 2009
November 4, 2009
$65 (includes 3 meetings + book)
Ph: 714-961-8011
The Scrappin' Table

Let's meet up and get creative! Book Club is all about inspiration. This cycle we'll try Claudine Hellmuth's creativity prompts in her latest book,The Scrapbooker's Creativity Kit. We'll use the idea book as a guide, experiment with new techniques at each meeting, share our creations, and leave with a homework assignment and creativity kit to play with until the next meeting. It's lots of fun and you'll leave each meeting inspired and ready to create. Membership fee includes idea book and 3 meetings.

Bind It All Clinic Day
Bind Your Shop Hop Books & More
September 5, 2009
Ph: 714-961-8011
The Scrappin' TableJoin me at The Scrappin' Table for a Bind It All Clinic. Bring in your Shop Hop make n takes to bind them into a book. Or bring in projects you're stumped on and we'll get them bound, First come, first served!

Five Projects Using the Bind It All
September 5, 2009
Ph: 626-358-5334
Pages From The Heart

Create five challenging projects using the Bind It All:

  • Candy Holder (you'll actually make 4 of these in class)
  • Perpetual Calendar
  • Wall Hanging
  • Memo Board or Jewelry Hanger
  • Secret Surprise Project!!
See you there!!

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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