The new Bind It All Design Team has been announced!! Please congratulate the talented new team members:

2009-2010 Design Team Members:
Fleur Smith, BC, Canada
Sophie Sim, Australia
Linda Elbourne, UK
Pam Sandy, Michigan
Shelley Haganman, Iowa
Camilla Isaksson, Sweden
Sarah de Guzman, California
Lynne Forsythe, New Hampshire

You can get to their blogs from the Bind It All blog.

And, there is some good news for me and the past Zisters as well. Remember I said a while back that this was “the end of zomething good but the start of zomething new?” Well, here it is!!!!!

We're still AROUND and we got our own logo and everything ;) Woohoo! I gotta say being on the Zutter DT has been really really fun, challenged me creatively, was super rewarding … just everything I could have asked for in a DT and then some. These new DTers are sooooo lucky to have made the team and they are in for some really good treats! So keep an eye out on the Zutter blog and website because I am sure they will create some inspiring works of art and creativity. Oh and keep your eye out for something fun coming from the OZZers later this month ;)

Speaking of Zutter, did you know I have an online Bind It All class? And that I have an online LAYOUTS class starting this next week?!?!?

Yeah! I do!

BIA Masterz

You've either already taken the Bind it All 101 course 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.

Course Start Date: Nov 18th
Course Length: 4 Weeks
Course Fee: $40

10+10=20

My most popular class is now available online, here at My Creative Classroom! I share my tried and true tips and techniques to help you create fabulous pages in a jiffy. Each week we'll create two pages focusing on a main technique over the 10 week course. We'll also discuss ways to get the most out of your supplies. (I am going to offer limited kits you can buy for this class or you can use your own suplies at home. I will also be giving away goodies throughout the class so everyone will get something good!!!)

Course Start Date: Oct 13th
(that's like, in a couple days, Batman!)
Course Length: 10 weeks
Course Fee: $60

Wanna come to the “10 Weeks + 10 Techniques = 20 Pages” class for FREE?!

Well, leave a comment here about what you'd do with Twenty Pages and I will choose one name on MONDAY Columbus Day to win “free” admission. (You enroll and pay and then I refund you after the class cuz that is just the way it works). If you're taking my Twenty Pages In One Day class that I am teaching IN STORES in November, don't worry–there is only one “shared” page between the classes, all the rest are different, AND I do alot more techniques and step by step action in the online class than I could ever do in person. You get to chat with me online for 10 whole weeks!! Good luck! Alright, now off to do some work…

Happy Scrapping!!

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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6 thoughts on “Zisters Unite! & LAST CHANCE To Register for My Online 20 Pages Class

  1. 20 pages, i’d make a kick a** album, of course :D

    i’ve never taken an online course before, do you have to log in at a certain time? deeets pls!

    Posted on October 8, 2009 at 2:24 pm
  2. Wow what would I do…. I would use those pages to catch up on my neglected scrapping for my kids….and my wedding album… which I haven’t even printed the pictures yet…WOW…
    I really don’t have a place to scrap in my new surroundings… so anything that is all ready to go would just fit the bill…
    So please pick me :)
    Cheryl Rodda

    Posted on October 8, 2009 at 3:03 pm
  3. 20 pages…. I would finally get around to scrapping pictures of my two little monsters! Makayla is 3 and Kyle is 2 and I only have one page of each of them done as of now. HOW SAD IS THAT?

    Posted on October 8, 2009 at 3:04 pm
  4. I would love to win your 20 pages class. It would give me a kick in the b*** I need to start and complete some great trips we have done: hawaii, costa rica, paris and not to forget the everyday family happenings that are not happening in my scrapbook room. Thanks Jennifer I love your work.

    Posted on October 8, 2009 at 3:10 pm
  5. I started scrapping late in the lives of my kids and therefore, I am way behind. I am trying to put together albums for each kid and a family album, as well.

    Posted on October 8, 2009 at 3:11 pm
  6. I would love to get twenty “Jennifer” styled pages in my scrapbooks. It never works out for me to come to a class.

    Posted on October 8, 2009 at 7:53 pm