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OCTOBER DIGITAL SCRAPBOOKING CLASSES -- Registration open! (Only $5.50 per month! -- we just want you to scrap and learn). You can enroll in the classes through October 7.
You can register in this thread.
First, however, you will need to be a subscriber. A "subscriber" has access to the "Subscriber Area" of the forum and upon payment of $5.50 per month, can access all of the classes and downloads immediately.
You can work through the videos on your own at any time, but to have us follow your progress, encourage you, and mark credits you must register for the class.
Click to read about: The Fun Extras (quick and easy class with quick tips and information)
Click to read about: Course 2 (a new video with a technique for your layout in each lesson)
Click to read about: Elements (a download in each lesson, think outside the box to use elements)
Click to read about: Garden Challenge (do you love the outdoors and photography?)
Click to read about: Scraplift Challenge (Just scrap! Great starter challenges)
Click to read about: Title Challenge (Scrap backwards starting with a given title)
The guides on each of the above links describe the class. Be sure to click on the "set" links to see each lesson or challenge as well as previews of any downloads that might be with the lesson, such as the template class.
Once enrolled, you will receive an email on or about the first of August with details about the class. Classes begin the first of each month. Enrollment is open through the 7th of each month.
The designer lessons are back open!
However, it has changed somewhat since it was last open, so please review the Designer Guide.
The cost is separate from the Subscriber Area. In addition, I have discontinued (except for a few remaining from previously) the crediting of these lessons for a forum icon. You may view the Designer Lessons at any time and do them self-paced. You may choose to post and share in the threads or just lurk.
The Designer Mentoring, when opened, will require participation and be more structured.