Smashed is a relatively new class I teach at Michaels. I wasn’t so sure about this at first but now it has to be one of my favourite classes to teach. Course Objectives • Create and answer journaling prompts for expressing your artistic self. My totally decorated Smash Book • Use the … Continue reading Getting Smashed and tINKering all in ONE Day!
I think these ornaments are beautiful and they are SO easy to do that I really wanted to share them with you in lieu of a Christmas card. I hope that’s okay because it’s what I got! 🙂 I love, love, LOVE this red glitter ball! The ruby-red glitter looks OH so luscious to me! You … Continue reading How to make quick Ornaments -Festive Friday Blog Hop
I have been SO busy! I have worked over 80 hours in the past 2 weeks which is something I am NOT used to. The new Michaels store opened in North York and there was a lot of sample-making and other preparatory work for the Grand Opening. I still had demos and classes to teach at my … Continue reading Busy Busy Busy
Here’s an example of my Card Tricks Class We make 5 different cards using one set of stamps. 2 of the cards. July 20th is the last day to get 50% off all July and August classes at my North York location. I am teaching this class tonight at 6 pm. It is regularly $25 … Continue reading Last Chance 50% off
Roberta Teaches…: 50% off Craft Classes!: Hello everybody! This is a reminder that you have until this Friday, July 20th to sign up for classes at the new Michaels at 5051 Yonge St… Continue reading Roberta Teaches…: 50% off Craft Classes!
“Let no one come to you without leaving better and happier.” ~ Mother Teresa (1910-1997) Continue reading Quote to start your week
Scraps of Christmas Past Hi there everyone and Merry Christmas! It’s time for another Festive Blog Hop and hopefully you have found me from Cynthia’s post, if not, WELCOME!, and please follow the list of our participants. Linky Code: document.write(”); Using scraps is fun and a welcomed challenge. Here’s what I did … … Continue reading Festive Friday Blog Hop – Scraps of Christmas Past