Crafty Happenings: February 2018

It’s been an exciting few weeks over here and I’m checking back in and catching up this afternoon. I’ve got two classes to tell you about but first – Mary Anne Perlmutter  is the randomly drawn winner! Please email me craftwithmay at gmail. com to claim your prize!

Yesterday I took an all day class with my daughters – so wonderful! Paige Evans taught us Coptic book binding and it was a lot of fun – here are our books.

Paige is an incredibly patient and lovely teacher. Here she is demonstrating- it is tricky to remember the steps at first but once you get it? You’ve GOT IT!

She does have an online version of class – so check her out! Paige also has traveled SO MUCH and we all read her blog posts on cities as we plan for the big summer trip. Here we are with her – and her fabulous Pink Paislee line of products!

The books were a lot of work, but all us girls had fun playing and I really had fun just following instructions without creative pressure or deadlines. Just fun!

Speaking of fun – Rebecca fell in love with these stickers and “needed” her own sheet. They’re Dear Lizzy by American Crafts.

If this wasn’t enough – the week before I was in Dixon, CA teaching a super fun mini book class and dropping a homemade mini book/journal off as an example. I’ll be hosting a crop 5/5/2018 so if you’re local be sure to call and sign up!

The class being taught was the one I gave a kit away for last week – such a fun class and loved as I always do watching how everyone used their supplies so uniquely.

I always say crafty people are the best – and I mean it! I was so happy to spend time with such lovely ladies.

What’s up next? I’m teaching a short class at PlannerCon Saturday (I know! 3 crafty classes 3 weeks in a row!) and am developing an online class inspired by that – which will be free. So stay tuned, and have a great week!

3 thoughts on “Crafty Happenings: February 2018”

  1. Love the collage on the front of that travel journal. You’ve got a lot going on, May! Lots of work, but looks like fun, too.

  2. Those books look great May! Love the pic of all of you … Miss E will be taller than you before you know it!! My son is more than a head taller than me now and it still shocks me when I catch a glimpse of the two of us in a mirror!

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