I confess, I am a bad blogger. I don't mean to be. I have friends who are great at it, they post every day and I admire them for it. I would like to be better, really, but each day seems to get away from me before I get it done. I guess there is just too much on my daily to-do list and too few hours. Add in a bad gallbladder that is seriously kicking my tail and I am failing at marking anything off of that list.
So here I am, on a vacation day from work and finally posting! I actually even got to do scrappy stuff today so despite yet another bad gallbladder day, a pretty good day all in all. (Hey, who needs to eat? Food and the digestive process is way over rated. I am thinking now it is better to just skip it all together and spend the time scrapping.) Anyway, in January, I am teaching what I think is a really fun class at For Keeps Sake (in St Louis). It is a workshop where we will complete three fun decor projects using the Noteworthy line from Making Memories. What I worked on today was the fourth project for the class. Everyone who takes the class is going home with Heart In Hand style instructions for a fourth project that is made completely from the scrap and leftover product from the class. I think it is a fun idea and I hope everyone will like it. It is a mini book with a joy theme. Here is a quick sneak peek. . .
If you are in my area I hope you will think about joining me for the class. I think it will be a ton of fun. I have really missed teaching locally and am really looking forward to this class which is my first one in a very long time. If you would like more details, you can click on the tab at the top of the page for my teaching schedule which has the details or visit For Keeps Sake's blog.
If you aren't local, my Noteworthy classes will be coming to Heart In Hand Scraps around late January.