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"Pick A Pocket Mini Album Series Ustream Class 2-Nite! w/ a peep show!!

 Tonight I will be doing the 5th class in the series of the "Pick A Pocket" Mini Album Series!! I have really enjoyed sharing my new creations with all of those who have the opportunity to attend!! I am soooo excited about this one as well as the next one that will follow!!! I have a really cool and unique mini album page style I will be sharing with you! There will be a couple of different styled kits available for this 2 part class. One kit will be for BABY, Boy and Girl, which I have a couple pictures shown in the post below this one, and the other will be a retro vintage styled kit!  I will be showing the kitz in tonights class!! So please be on time!!
Over the next two classes I will be showing you the assembly of the pages, we will do some embellishing of the pages, as well as finishing it up with embellishing the front cover and the binding of the pages to make it into a mini album that you will cherish forever and always!!!
So, mark your calendars, tie a string around your finger, and don't forget to join us  tonight at 6:30 pm EST on my Ustream channel. And now! As you can see above, you can view the show right here on my Blog!! Easy Peasy!! Thanks to everyone for all of your sweet comments and support!! And don't forget!! that Barbara from "Life On the Scrappy Side" Store will be running very special deals for the class tonight on her blog, as well as the classes to come but you must be present to take advantage of the great deals!
Lotz of luv & Hugz!


  1. If you ever switch to daytime hours you know I'll be there during the live event! In the meantime, please continue to record them! Thanks very much Julie! :o)

  2. Thanks NN :o) Have a great day!

  3. I watched it but apparently only the last 12 minutes were recorded. I saw Lynn's cool dangles though. They're very nice!

  4. I'm not quite clear how to purchase the kit. Are you selling the patterns to make the oven mitt, apron, teapot, and canning jar?


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