Join us for a creative and inspiring journey into the world of paper crafting with our four talented teachers: Maymay, Shannon, Brenda, and Eileen.
March 6th - 8th!!
This scraptastic event is designed to help you make the most of your paper scraps and unleash your creativity like never before. Each teacher will bring their unique style and expertise to the table, offering a diverse range of projects that will transform your paper scraps into stunning works of art. You'll learn innovative techniques and clever tips to maximize the potential of your paper stash.
The schedule for this event is:Wednesday:
- 9:00 am CST Welcome Hangout (zoom call)
- 10:00 am CST Class with Maymay
- 6:00 pm CST Class with Eileen
- 9:00 am CST Class with Shannon
- 1:00 pm CST Hangout (zoom call)
- 6:00 pm CST Regularly Scheduled Live Show on YouTube
- 9:00 am CST Class with Brenda
Here's what you can expect from the online event. By purchasing the Scrap-A-Cropolis Class Bundle, you'll gain access to all four classes allowing you to explore different techniques and styles at your own pace. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced paper crafter, this event is perfect for anyone looking to make the most of their paper scraps and create something truly extraordinary.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn from the best in the industry and take your paper crafting skills to new heights. Join us for Scrap-A-Cropolis and let your creativity soar!
How do I prepare?
Once your email arrives, you can log in to the student portal to access the supply and tool list and complete the prep work that is provided in the PDF.
Some supplies you will want to have on hand for sure: a paper trimmer, glue, scissors, pokey tools, and a scoreboard. Supplies for specific classes are listed on the student portal.
How do I attend?
As this is an online event, you will only need a computer and Wi-Fi connection. The event will be live-streamed on YouTube and you will have access to the live stream indefinitely. You will receive a link to the live stream in the instructional email.