Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Bohemian Bazaar Altered Matchbook Box Class 7/27 (and some news!)

Hello, dear friends!

I wanted to share my next class project with you. This is a shadow box I made using Graphic 45's 8" x 8" altered matchbook box along with Bohemian Bazaar!

So some news ... my husband and I are moving back to Oregon! Crazy, huh? It seems like only yesterday when we first moved up. And just like our last move, this one is happening quickly as well. I'm sad to say that my Bohemian Bazaar class may be my last one at The Mad Scrapper, as life is already getting hectic with trying to plan our move. There are some amazing scrapbooking and stamping stores in Oregon that would be fun to teach at, but for the moment, I'll be putting my teaching hat on hold until life feels more settled.

I am going to miss the wonderful ladies that I've met up here. I am so sorry our time got cut short, but I am blessed to have met you, and know we'll be forever connected!

--------------CLASS INFO----------------

Date:      Saturday, July 27th
Time:     1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Place:     The Mad Scrapper
               1590 NW Gilman Boulevard

                   Issaquah, WA 98027 (just 15 minutes east of Seattle)
Call:       425-427-8871

Bring: Your basic tool kit, Distress Inks in the following colors: 
Ripe Persimmon (orange), Broken China (turquoise), Peeled Paint (lime green), and Scattered Straw (yellow).

**Can't come but you'd like a kit? Click here to pre-order a kit online. If you don't see the kit yet or if you have questions, feel free to call The Mad Scrapper directly at 425-427-8871. Thank you! Please note, if you pre-order the kit before July 27th, it will ship on Monday, July 29th. 


luv46kdz said...

I love this line so bright and cheery :)

Yuk moving, not a fan of that at all, but good luck :)


Nichola said...

Love your box! Bohemian Bazaar is just so much fun to work with :)

Sandra said...

Wow, what a beautiful shadow box! That Bohemian Bazaar paper is stunning. Ohh moving back again? Hope everthing goes smoothly and it feels great to be back home.
Hugs, Sandra