Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Have you heard of Miss Art's Papercrafting School?


Have you ever wished there was a school which only taught your favorite
classes, that had the best teachers and where tuition was so affordable it
left you plenty to buy the most stylish school supplies? Miss Art's
Papercrafting School is a virtual academy for every student who wants to
 learn the latest techniques from the industry's leading experts.

Subscriptions to our monthly classes start at $5.00 and include live
online chats and personal email responses from your favorite designers.

Consisting of 2 - 12 videos with unlimited monthly access each class is
the perfect blend of individualized crafting and supportive learning. You
may purchase our reasonable kits to compliment your course or pull items
from your own stash using our detailed supply lists. Learn why going back
to school has never been more fun at Miss Art's Papercrafting School.
 
So, I took a little peek around the Miss Art's site and noticed a few fun things!
 
First of all, there are classes for all different "levels" of scrappers. You can take simple classes and there are even some for those who are more advanced too!
The prices of the classes are quite reasonable - starting at $5 - most seem to be around $10 or so, which I think is still pretty decent! You get access to watch the "course" videos over and over for the month you subscribe. No need to get stuck and have to leave and miss the rest of the class - you can go back when you want and finish watching or watch again and again too!
 
I have liked to see maybe a few more technique classes for advanced scrappers - there are a few available, but a lot of what I noticed on the site were not advanced lessons. You can purchase some kits for some of the classes, but I think maybe an option to have one available for each class would be a good idea!
 
One thing I didn't expect was that there was some funky unique one of a kind vintage items available in the Miss Art's shoppe! Cute stuff for sure!
 
So, don't listen to me - why not check it out for yourself!




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