Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Feature article in Papers and Pixels...

Well, imagine my surprise when Papers and Pixels contacted me to do a feature article on my tea bag folding techniques!  Actually, this came about through one of my online students, Traci Brennan, who was affiliated with the magazine at that time.  She enjoyed the classes on tea bag folding so much and we got to be wonderful cyber friends.  When I found out how talented she is in her own right,  I asked her why she was taking MY classes!  From there we got into her involvement with Papers and Pixels.  I really feel quite honored to be counted among such notables as Lauren Meader of My Time Made Easy.  She is an incredible talent.  If her name sounds familiar, she used to be with Papertrey Ink.

Papers and Pixels is a gorgeous, crisp, detailed, online FREE magazine and you should avail yourself of its pages.  They are predominantly a scrapbook publication, but they like all types of paper crafting.  So they put an article together about me and pointed it here to my blog where you can enjoy another FREE item!  Pretty good!  Two freebies in one day.




I must apologize for the technical difficulty on the last page of this slideshow, but if you read the last page you will be able to complete your project.  Not being a techno geek, I haven't been able to figure out why my last page dropped the instructional voiceover.

For other tea bag classes, please feel free to contact My Creative Classroom which is an online classroom only.  You can sit in the comfort of your own home and work at your own pace and time to complete the projects presented.  You have a one week, 24/7 window to complete each class for an extremely reasonable fee!  If you can't finish the classes you have signed up for, the classroom remains open for an additional 2 weeks at the end to enable you to catch up.  I just finished a four week tea bag folding class which may run again in the Fall.  My next project is Heat Embossing and all that it encompasses.  There will be three classes beginning with in-depth information regarding the different embossing powders and  you will complete three very different and fun projects when you are through.   So, go ahead, and check out My Creative Classroom for upcoming events.
Ciao for now.
Ciao Bella!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Technical foul-up--my comment appears (via link) to the previous posting.

SM said...

WOW! I knew I like your work, but this is just terrific! I also see you've added something on your sidebar. I walk among stars! Way to go -- enjoyed the tutorial even tho tea bag folding is not really my ilk. But it sounded interesting.

Donna Ells said...

DeeDee, you sound different on the phone! Congratulations on being feature in Pixels & Paper, and for creating your first slide show class. Magnificent job! Always, I can *feel* your kindness and loving artistic hands in everything you create. hugs OO

Traci said...

Wonderful, Donna! And thank you for your kind mention, too. Now...I'm off to make some butterflies...

Judy Rozema said...

Wonderful article! I love seeing what you create! You have such an eye for out of the box and fun!

Annette said...

Thanks for a great tutorial Donna. I can't wait to make one of these cute butterflies for my sister's birthday.