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Happy Little Moments

I mentioned on my blog a week or so ago that I'm contributing a project to Maggie Holmes' Happy Little Moments online class at Studio Calico.  (Class starts on March 1.)

I'm allowed to share some peeks, but I won't be able to share the full project, even after the class is over.  


So if you want to see my book in its entirety, you have to be a member of the class.


You can buy the class and the kit separately.  You don't need the kit to complete the project unless you want to do it exactly as Maggie has.  In the class instructions Maggie takes you through the process of preparing a vintage book to become a scrapbook filled with dimensional embellishments.  Then she tells you how she assembled each page.


So what is it exactly that I'm doing for the class?  I made an altered book - in my style - using the kit and following Maggie's instructions (mostly).  I am not contributing any instructions to the class.  


I had a ton of fun making this book and I was reminded that there's always something new to learn.  I've been altering books and scrapbooking for many years, but I picked up two cool new tricks that I'm definitely going to be using again!


If you use the links below I will receive a small percentage of the sale.  So if you're going to purchase either the class or the kit, I would appreciate your using the links.  Thanks!  :)

The class is $10.  Buy it here.

The class kit is $39.75 (image below).  Buy it here.


I've heard that there are just five kits left.  

And now I get to give away a spot in the class!  If you want to win a spot in Maggie's "Happy Little Moments" class, leave me an answer to the following question:

What is the best online class you've ever taken and why?  If you haven't taken an online class yet, why not?

I'll announce the winner on Friday (February 24). 

Thanks for stopping by!


P.S. If you'd like to win a gift certificate to Studio Calico in general, you can post a link to a tag that incorporates stamping (using any stamps) to this post on the Studio Calico blog.  Good Luck!