To those who have signed up for this class – thank you! It has been quite the undertaking and with me, myself, and I being the only folks on staff here it has been a wild ride to say the least! I’m excited – so excited – and I can’t wait to interact with you all in class.
The first week’s content is loaded, and students can now access batch #1 of 6. I’m excited to see what everyone makes, what favorites are, and how people are inspired to create. This is a place of no judgment. no falling behind. simply crafty fun.
Speaking of fun… I’ve got some FABULOUS sponsors and each week I will be mentioning a few of them. These companies were all personally invited by me, and I couldn’t feel more blessed that they have supported Camp Scrap with give-aways and some special fun offers for students too. Here are this week’s sponsors – students should pay attention because prizes will be happening!
Elle’s Studio – A pioneer in well designed journaling cards, it is no secret that I love Elle’s Studio! Now with stamps, paper, and more it just keeps getting better.
Pebbles – known for their cute designs that are super colorful and useful, recent collections continue to wow me – so sharing their products with a camper? pure joy!
Evalicious – a long time favorite! From her days of handmade flower button embellishments I’ve been a fan and enjoyed watching this shop grow and evolve.
Now I’m off to party in the first live video chat of class! These are going to be so fun – allowing me to broadcast live from my studio AND answer questions and show examples all at once. Better yet? They’ll be recorded and archived so students who can’t attend will still be able to watch.
With a classroom brimming with inspiration, a message board to chat with fellow students, live broadcasts, and more – I hope you’ll think about joining in the Camp Scrap fun this summer! Registration is still open, you can get more information and sign up at www.craftwithmay.com and of course this is self paced so you are able to work at your own speed, and never worry about the classroom closing or being taken away. The inspiration is there to stay.