Sunday, August 21, 2011

Teaching a Workshop!

I am super excited to be teaching my first workshop! I will be teaching people how to create a junk journal (and another example). Nothing to hard, but for some people (like me) it really helps to have someone explain (with visual aids) something like this.

Here are a few pictures. For more, check out the links above.

If you are interested in attending the workshop, here is the info:

Junk Journals Workshop
September 15th, 6:30-8:30p
1037 8th St, Nevada, IA
Cost: $10 per person (12+ only please)
- Do you have piles of neglected, but useful paper? Do you collect cool papers, but don't really know what to do with them? Are you a closet paper hoarder that needs a productive outlet for your "problem"? Stop by the Nevada Community resource Center and let Tina, a.k.a KaoticKrafter, show you how to turn those papers into a fun junk journal. You can use your junk journal for so many different purposes- leave it plain to just show off your interesting papers, use it as an actual journal and jot down your thoughts, turn it into a mini scrapbook or brag book, or come up with something entirely different!

Items provided- Binder rings, cover materials, cutting devices, plenty of paper, lots of odds and ends, paint, markers, pencils, stamps, and lots of ideas!

Items to bring (optional)- Papers that you would love to keep but have no idea how to use it, any pictures or other odds and ends that inspire you and that you would like to include.

Paper ideas- graph paper, copy paper printed on one side, ledger paper, receipts, recipes, old school notes, old dictionary pages, stationary, scrapbook paper, writing paper, watercolor paper, magazine pages, maps, atlas pages, comics, announcements, greeting cards, etc.  The papers do not have to be blank, or plain. Stains, writing, pictures, etc. are just fine.

To sign up, e-mail Tina at or visit her website at
Class size is limited to 10 people and signups will end one week prior to the class start date (September 8th). Don’t delay, sign up today!

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