Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Join Sherry Mendoza from Prima on May 10th!

Prima presents a special Remember When event...
Do you want to learn to take your paper crafting to the next level?  If so, then you will not want to miss an amazing workshop with Sherry Mendoza, Prima Educator. Sherry incorporates many different Mixed Media techniques and styles into a beautiful Prima Mixed Media Journal Album. Sherry will be visiting us all the way from Australia on Thursday, May 10th. This is a rare opportunity to take a class with this gifted mixed media artist.
You will get to play with gorgeous Prima products and get some expert insight and instruction for a brand new paint product,  PanPastels which are the crafters  latest "must-have item! You will get messy with Ranger sprays and as well as Faber Castell pens. Sherry will teach you blending techniques with different mediums such as texture paste, gel medium, gesso and acrylic paints, creating some beautiful backgrounds for your Mixed Media Journal. As an added bonus, during this workshop Sherry is going to teach you a very cool photo transfer technique that can be used in most areas of your crafting portfolios.

So ladies be prepared to get your hands very dirty and bring your aprons.
As a bonus, each class attendee will receive a copy of our new Art-Zine ‘My Prima Place’
Date booked: Thursday May 10th 6pm – 10pm
Workshop cost : $60 per person (all inclusive - Sherry provides all the supplies! Plus you receive $50 worth of Prima product in your kit!)

Call the store at 661-254-7802 to sign up today!

*products used on cover in the workshop vary slightly from this image

What to Bring:
Resist mat *very important must have* size at least 18 x 15 inches
Scissors – such as Tim Holtz Ionic
Fine tipped scissors for cutting
Craft knife
Small craft self healing mat
Cropodile or other single hole punch
1 x large paint brush – 1 -1.5 inch
2-3 smaller paint brushes
Palette knife or Old credit card
Steel ruler
Water spray bottle (mini mister)
Finger Ink Dabber or Ranger Blending tool with foam
Stapler (I use Tim Holtz tiny attacher)

Strong wet fabric glue or wood glue
PVA glue (preferably with a fine tip)
Thin Tacky tape (I use the strong red one from Ranger)
Double-sided tape or tape runner
Staz0n (black) or other permanent ink
Ranger Archival Ink (black) or simliar
Black & White journaling pens (I use Sakura Gel pens)
Sharpie pen (black)

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