Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Steppin Out in Style with Miss Art's Papercrafting School & Giveaway

First let's announce last Wednesday's free all access 1 month Extra Credit subscription  winner in the Miss Art's Papercrafting School Blog Celebration:

Bunnyfreak - you are the winner. Be sure to email me at serendipitousscrapper@gmail.com with your contact data to claim your prize.


If you didn't win, don't fret you have an opportunity to win again EVERY DAY in the month of April! 

Each business day (Monday-Friday) in the month of April we will be giving away one free monthly all access Extra Credit subscription to a lucky winner who leaves a comment on the staff member of the day’s post (so leave your comments here today!) and posts our count down blinkie in their sidebar!

You can get the countdown code HERE. It will appear at the very top of your screen. Copy the entire code, and paste it into the "Add HTML" section under "Design" in Blogger.




Onto the second of 4 projects I am creating using just one of the Miss Art's March kit: Madeline's Song.         

Flower embellished hair clips are all the rage at the moment, but if you look at the price tag most stores boost you could easily be seeing red. I absolutely love the vintage hymnal paper in the "Madeline's Song" kit and thought that it would be a beautiful backdrop for a handmade hair clip. All the materials used in the clip are from the Madeline's Song kit, except for the black tulle, the banana clip (from the dollar store) and the beautiful model (my 6 year old!).

In order to add dexterity and durabilty to the vintage paper you will need to coat it at least twice with Mod Podge on both sides of the paper, but the extra effort is definitely worth it. 




The neat thing about Miss Art's Papercrafting School is their unique focus on learning new techniques, but even if you aren't interested in taking a class their kits are a fantastic value for their diversity, quality of contents and abundant materials. 

Here is the down low on the March Kit: Madeline's Song:


In the 16th century there was a queen famed for her delicate beauty who defied the fears of a nation to pursue a marriage which would assuredly end in her death. This kit filled with 7 Prima papers from the collection bearing this heroine's name, is a mixture of elegant flourishes, sweet floral details and resolute patterns which will infuse any project with strength, beauty and a hint of the hope permeating young love. "Madeline's Song" is the very first of Miss Art's exclusive kits. Though it is loaded with a royal bounty including 17 flowers, over 50 embellishments and Miss Art's own vintage touches, it won't cost you your dowry.

** You can absolutely purchase this kit with no other obligation, but you would be remiss if you did not partake in the amazing class taught by CK Dream Team member Stacey Cohen. Her easy to follow technique focused instruction highlights the versatility and beauty of "Madeline's Song.”**




Read on for more exciting information on Miss Art's Paper Crafting School!

Have you ever wished there was a school which only taught your favorite classes, that had the best teachers and where tuition was so affordable it left you plenty to buy the most stylish school supplies? Miss Art's Papercrafting School is a virtual academy for every student who wants to learn the latest techniques from the paper crafting industry's leading experts and it is opening its doors for the first time in days.

Subscriptions to our monthly classes start at $5.00 and include live online chats and personal email responses from your favorite designers. Consisting of 2 - 12 videos with unlimited monthly access each class is the perfect blend of individualized crafting and supportive learning.


Miss Art’s Papercrafting School Blog Celebration Schedule
Thursday: Stacy Cohen
Friday: Alyssa McGrew

Thanks for stopping by and celebrating with Miss Art’s as we count down to the best first day of school ever!


CarrieAnne



8 comments:

  1. those kits are really gorgeous!

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  2. Love the hair bow! Great tip about Mod Podge! Also love that vintage hymnal paper!

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  3. That kit is fabulous and I love the little hairpiece you made with it! So adorable!

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  4. Wow. I am so excited to win. I sent you an email.

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  5. Oh my goodness! I LOVE the hair flower! It's seriously the best one I've seen. Everybody seems to take a silk flower and hot glue it to a clip and move on. This is A-MAZING!

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  6. Cute, cute, cute! Your little girl and the hair piece :)

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  7. I can totally see myself making something like this for a shirt!! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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