Thursday, April 22, 2010

Just a Quick Hello!

I've been busy creating this week something a little different for the Tim Holtz classes I'll be taking tomorrow - but it's a secret so I can't share yet....

This is a twitter picture taken by Mario of some of the supplies that we'll be using in the classes!



Look at all the Grungy Goodness - Can't wait to see what we are making and what we'll learn. There is a group of 5 of us going so I know that we will have a blast!

I will also get a chance to meet the owners of Just for Fun at the trade show on Sunday. So if you are in the area and looking for some creating inspiration - go to Adventures in Stamping at the John S. Knight center in Akron on Saturday or Sunday - who knows - you might even see me there!

Happy Creating!

KAT

4 comments:

Lori said...

Oh man, sounds like an awesome time, which I'm sure it will be. Can't wait to see what you guys make in class. Looks like there's grungeboard involved, lol. Have a great time, and if the Concord was out of the shop, I'd be there in a heartbeat...rofl.

Starla said...

(seriously jealous)

patricia smith said...

What a wonderful class you have to look forward to. I too, am seriously jealous! Be sure and share your work. Hugs, Pat smith

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