Wednesday, January 13, 2010

CHA Classes featuring the Bind-it-All

The Craft & Hobby Association Winter show opens on Sunday, January 24 – and every scrappy and crafty manufacturer (as well as us loca fans) are all a-dither to see the new products and just be able to touch and feel and breathe in all the fun new stuff. You’ve already seen a peek of two of the new products that Zutter is coming out with…let’s hear it for the Distrezz-it-All and the Zutter Kutter. Yahhhhhh!

But along with the massive convention hall filled with yummy exhibitors, there are also education classes for wholesalers and educators to take advantage of. Here are some details on a couple classes that will be featuring the Bind-it-All and other Zutter products.

Makin's Clay® Mini Book & Frame

Sunday, January 24, 2010
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Room: 212B
Difficulty: Beginner

In this class you will make two great projects; 1) A Mini Clay Book and 2) Embellish a Frame using Makin's Clay®, the No Bake Polymer Clay®, Makin's Brand® Texture Sheets, Molds and Ultimate Clay Extruder®. This class is ideal for crafters, designers, and artists interested in working with and learning more about Makin's Clay®, the No Bake Polymer Clay®.

Instructors: Ann Butler and Sue Kelsey (Sue created the lovely project pictured above)
Sponsors: Makins USA Inc.
Ticket Information
Members $25, Non-Members $50

Handmade Nature Mini-Album 6"x6" with original German scraps

Tuesday, January 26, 2010
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Room: 212A
Difficulty: Intermediate
Supplies: Scissors, personal photos and paper trimmer optional

This book, featuring vintage and Dresden foil diecuts is full of pockets and tags just waiting for photos and notes. It can also be a generic mini-scrapbook with lots of room for journaling. Participants will cut and piece diecuts for custom effects as well as change the original colors for a coordinated book.

Instructors: Candice Windham
Sponsors: Paper Dreams Factory, Inc
Ticket Information
Members $25, Non-Members $50

Check back and see the make ‘n takes that we will have at the Zutter booth (#1963) and get some more info on the beautiful projects Donna Salazar will be creating with Zutter-friendly papers, the BIA, Dreamkuts, Zutter Kutter and Distrezz-it-All at the Product Performers booth.



Jennifer Priest said...

Awesome classes! I didn't know they still had Makin's Clay--I used to use that all the time!! And how cool to make a cover out of it.

sarah said...

definitely YUMMY! :)


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