Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Sneak Peek and the Charts!

Hello friends
Today is a little peek at this Sunday's class - a Nestaboard Notebook.
Want2Scrap are the company that product 'Nestaboard' - it is chipboard that matches 
the shapes of Spellbinders die templates.
They produce many designs, but the ones that match Grand Dies are superb as you can create 
mini-books, organisers and more.  
This is what our class will be all about on Sunday.  
You may be able to make out the Opulent Ovals cut from gold foil... very elegant dies.
At the class we will be using the very lovely My Mind's Eye - Life Stories Kraft,
everyone receives a 12 x 12 paper stack.  
The class sold out really quickly so I'm going to hold another Nestaboard Notebook class on Sunday 17 March, more details on my sidebar - just click 'Spellbinders Academy' or email for info.

Thank you for the kind comment regarding my blog 'ranking' - still hanging in at number 12 ...!!
That has just taken me back to Sunday evenings listening to the Top 20 on Radio 1, 
Tom Browne counting down the charts - here is a little reminder....apologies to those not old enough!

 Today - more samples and demos for TV on Saturday - photos tomorrow.
Huge thanks to those who are already setting their video recorders, V+ and Sky Plus boxes,
you are all wonderful.
Take care.


Wilma Brown said...

Hi Christine, your Sunday class look very interesting wish I lived closer to your studio. It's great that your classes are proving so popular but I am not surprised as you bring such lovely projectstou.

Wilma x x x

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
Your book looks lovely,I can see why your classes get booked up so quick.
Looking forward to TV on Saturday. Take care. x.

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Beautiful sneak peek Christine it looks so gorgeous and love the die in the foil, may try that today! x

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine. So jealous of the people attending your classes on Sunday, it's such a lovely project.
I looked through all the last fortnights blogs and your finished shop/studio looks amazing.So many lovely finishing touches. I'm sure it's going to be a huge success.

Val in Spain xxx

Chloe's Nan said...

What a gorgeous sneak peek Christine, I so wish I could attend a class. Would you ever consider putting kits and instructions together for class projects? That would give anyone who lives too far away to still have a go - maybe even make them available before class and video stream the class! Wow that would be good, we'd all feel as if we were there - apart from not getting a slice of the lovely cakes of course! Have a great Wednesday everyone.
Gail x

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Great sneak peek of your class project,love the papers you have used, i expect you will all have a good time.

Bea said...

Love the foiled die cut and what a blast from the past with the charts count down!

melanie said...

Stunning project will be watching sat .Melanie

Janice said...

Hi Christine
What a great sneak peek for us and for the ladies on your class! It's looks a really lovely project.

The blast from the past brought back many happy memories, although I was more a Tony Blackburn/Radio 1 fan ;-))I'm really showing my age now!

The sun is shining here today after a very sharp frost, so we could be in for a nice day I',m hoping!

Enjoy your day.
Janice x

Sue Yorkshire said...

Morning Christine

What a wonderful project for your class

Sue xxx

Lacelady said...

Not keen on the colour scheme Christine, but I love the idea of nestaboard in Grand die shapes, will have to look for them. What time are you on, on Sunday please.

Cornish Emma said...

Morning Christine, The nestabord book looks very regal and gorgeous, Ive decided you need a hope and chances tour bus, travelling the UK so we can all get to your classes!! Don't know where you'd find the time tho. Emma

Janet said...

I love your antiquing effects. What colour distress inks do you use to get such good results. Any tips on distressing would be great as mine always looks so artificial.

Love you work!

Janet R.

Janet said...

I love your antiquing effects. What colour distress inks do you use to get such good results. Any tips on distressing would be great as mine always looks so artificial.

Love you work!

Janet R.

Anonymous said...

Morning Christine - Snowing hard here in Cumbria today Lovely!! What a superb project for your class, but I too, would have preferred it in lghter colours.
Val C xx

Jenny L said...

Hi Christine,
fabulous book so wonderfully decorated. I bet all your peeps in your Sunday class will enjoy making that.
Shows how popular they are to be sold out.
What yummy cakes have you in store for them. See my sweet tooth gets into all conversations.
Have a wonderful crafty day.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Ita said...

hi Christine love the book, and all the details,what time is your show on C.C.??

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, I love your project for your class, the papers are gorgeous, no wonder you get booked up so quickly.
Can't wait for your shows on Saturday.
Lots of love fromm Patricia xx

Carole Z said...

Hi Christine, I love your class project! Wish I could be there! Carole Z X

Planetsusie said...

Would love to be at your Sunday class Christine - it sounds really amazing. Can't wait for Saturday now to see what is happening.

Big hugs to you Sue Pxxx

hazel said...

Lovely book Christine wish i lived loser too xx hazel

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