Wednesday, January 16, 2013

giveaway : scrapbooker's field guide with may flaum at big picture classes


Good morning, everyone! I've got a fun giveaway to share with you today!

May Flaum is generously offering a spot in the upcoming re-launch of her wildly popular Big Picture Classes Curious Scrapbooker's Field Guide class- featuring 12 weeks of techniques and creative play- to one lucky reader.

If you weren't in on May's first run of this class (which has been updated with tons of new content for this second run), here's a description and just a peek of what you'll find in the jam-packed classroom:
It's a wild world of possibilities out there when it comes to scrapbooking. Patterned paper winds up on a mixed media canvas, while an artist's gesso finds a home on a traditional scrapbook layout. Stamps aren't only for cards anymore—they get used on any and everything. With all of this going on, wouldn't it be nice to have a guide to walk you through the many possibilities out there?

During each of the 12-weeks of class, there will be a focus on specific techniques and products. Adding texture, stitching, mists, stamping and everything else she could think of—May has created a class full of information and inspiration. Students will find scrapbook layout project examples each week as well as projects such as cards, tags, altered projects and mixed media canvases. This class features a new colorful PDF handout and videos each week, and an A-Z basics library of 26 videos.




To enter, simply leave a comment (along with an email address where you can be reached, please!) below. Entries close at midnight CST on Monday, January 21, 2013, and I'll be contacting the winner on Tuesday to get you set up for your class!

Already signed up? Don't want to wait to see if you're the winner? No worries! If you're the randomly selected winner, Big Picture Classes will refund your class fee. As an added perk, my blog readers can use coupon code learnwithmay at checkout to receive $5 off registration. Class starts in January 31, 2013, and I hope to see you there!