April 19, 2017

Hop on over to Artful Gathering

I'm excited to be teaching for Artful Gathering 2017 this summer. This is the first time ever that I've done an online class, so if you haven't been able to attend one of my workshops, this is your chance!


I hope you can join me during Session Two -- July 16 – August 26 for Wear Your Story: Soldered Wearable Book Necklace. I'll be sharing lots of techniques for creating your own wearable book, and those same techniques can be used to make books of all sizes.


You can register to attend here: http://www.ArtfulGatheringEvents.com


There's a blog hop going on over at Artful Gathering where they're giving away $500 worth of prizes! Somewhere on my page a secret word is hidden. Collect them all for your chance to win the prizes!


While you're over there, check out the other wonderful workshops that Artful Gathering is offering this summer. 


Everyone has a story. This one begins with a creme brûlée torch and a roll of solder. . .





5 comments:

  1. This is exciting, I've followed your blog for some time, but live in Australia so no live classes for m! May I ask, will there be a video to buy later? I just ask because I never have time with my own business to really sit down and do an online class in a six week period, so if I like an Artful Gathering class I normally wait for the video and buy it so the time becomes irrelevant. I was hoping to do your class that way, but I noticed they didn't mention the video option at the end of your description as they normally do. Are you able to advise whether there will be one, Leslie?

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    1. Hi Vickie. Yes! A DVD of my workshop will be available as soon as December this year. Thanks so much for your interest!

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  2. Thank you so much for your reply, Leslie, now I'm excited!

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  3. Hi Leslie, can't wait to be able to register for your class. Only one question, instead of a torch can I use my soldering iron? Really trying to use what I have.

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    1. I'm glad you're coming aboard, Lynn! I won't be teaching how to use a soldering iron rather than the torch, because it's not what I use (nor am I very good with a soldering iron!). But, if you want to try it, I say go for it! I'd be interested to know how it works.

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