If you haven't had a chance to take a class through Debbie Hodge's Masterful Scrapbook Design, or its parent company, Get It Scrapped!, well you have been missing out. Debbie has taken online classes to a new level. Featuring both paper, digital, and hybrid scrappers, the classes meet every need. Many of your favorite WCS collective members have worked with Debbie, so you know if you love WCS, you'll love MSD! What exactly is it, you ask? Well here you go:
If you’ve found it downright intimidating to look at a blank page and wondered how you’re going to start putting photos, words, and supplies together, you’re not alone. At Masterful Scrapbook Design you learn that designing awesome–even masterful–scrapbook pages is not difficult when experienced designers lay out the terrain and then share proven techniques for navigating that terrain. Every month you’ll study with 4 guest teachers alongside our core teachers. You’ll get a 30+ page “seminar” that kicks off the month and then attend (or listen to recordings of) 4 webinars (one with each teacher), receive 6+ focus lessons, and access 60+ annotated layouts.
--from the Masterful Scrapbooking Design About section
Debbie has generously agreed to award the winner of this week's giveaway with a 3 month subscription starting NOW and extending through the January 2012 class. Here is a quick rundown of what you'll get:
- October 2011: Pages that Record Current Events, News, Trends, Fashions, Fads and More
Study with Kelly Purkey, Doris Sander, Paula Gilarde, Keandra Willis and Lynnette Penacho
- November 2011: Texture & Dimension
Study with May Flaum, Michelle Clement, Cindy Liebel, Jana Morton & Peppermint Granberg
- December 2011: The Scrapbook Page Canvas
Study with Dina Wakley, Emily Pitts, Doris Sander, Anna Aspnes, and Lynnette Penacho
- January 2012: Focal Points
See any familiar names? Remember how Emily said the impetus for this week's theme of Exploring Design came from her experience teaching for Debbie? You can go back and take archived classes too, so if you want to learn more about design, be sure to check out the September 2011 class, Design Play. Emily's favorite part of teaching? The webinars, where you can listen to the teacher and Debbie discuss that month's topic, always a good time according to Miss Emily. Make sure you follow Debbie on Twitter and Facebook, she's always sharing great tips and free articles.
To enter, simply tell your most used design element or principle. Comments will remain open through this evening and one lucky number will be chosen at random and posted tomorrow morning. Please remember to check back as it is your responsibility to claim your lucky number by midnight Saturday!