Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Upcoming classes...

If you live near North Attleboro, Mass. and want something fun to do for National Scrapbook Day, come and check out Right at Home Scrapbooking! They are having an all day crop this Saturday, May 2nd and I will be there teaching a frame class from 10-12 noon and a Pink Paislee card class from 2-4 pm. Visit Right at Home for more details!Hope to see you there! =)

Edited to add: the frame class is now full, I believe, but the card class is still available. You can sign up by going to Right at Home (see link above) and look on the left side of the page. It will say NSD card class with Danielle and a button to purchase. These kits will also be available to buy on-line for those of you who want a kit but can't make it that day! Thanks!

8 comments:

Kay Sibley said...

This is so lovely, Danielle! I would LOVE to take one of your classes! Those gals are so lucky. Have a safe trip and a wonderful time! ♥♥ Kay

Natalie said...

Have a fun day!! I'm working at the lss for NSD so one of my co-workers (who does work on Saturday) can teach a couple of classes, then I'm going to the crop from 4-12. Can't wait!! Got some projects to finish up. It's going to be a long but hopefully a productive day!

Charlene said...

I cant be there.....but they are sending me the frame kit!!!! Yeah!!!

ellen s. said...

gorgeous!

Elizabeth said...

RAH is my LSS, but I couldn't get in to your classes they filled up so quickly! Have fun!

Elaine said...

Danielle,
I live in Argentina and am just one more scrapbooking fanatic!Congratulations on your beautiful layouts AND photography! I have just discovered your blog and will definitely keep it as a favourite!

Hilary Kanwischer said...

Beautiful card Danielle! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those butterfies. Oh the papercasting is awesome! I actually did that several years ago for a christmas card, messy but fun. I may have to retry, what you did with it is just stunning. :) Have a great weekend. :)

~Sasha Farina~ said...

wish I live near enough not to fly 10 thousand miles to get to the class... :D