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Friday, April 06, 2007

Karen Burniston, Rusty Pickle Tour, and You: Sunday April 22 from 5-7pm




Let me start this message by telling you how much I adore Karen Burniston. I've taken classes from her and just have to say that she is one of the most organized and effective teachers ever. She definitely uses her engineering background to develop her instructions so they are clear and accessible, and she remains one of the friendliest and kindest people I have ever met. So Karen, I am officially beyond excited that you are coming to Annalis to teach the Inner Circle class. As if that is not enough, Karen is delivering a design with one of our favorite product lines, Rusty Pickle. Beyond cool, people, just beyond cool.

Here are the instructor-provided details:
Class Name: INNER CIRCLE
Designed by: Karen Burniston
Class Time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Project: Interactive 8x8 round mini-album
Cost: $30 per person

Class Description:
You may have seen Rusty Pickle’s fabulous 8x8 chipboard circle albums, but you’ve never seen one dressed up quite like this! Join us for INNER CIRCLE and create a one-of-a-kind round album using gorgeous papers from the new Guenevire collection. The rich colors and sophisticated designs make this collection striking in its versatility. Decorate the album with pictures of any subject – we won’t box you in! (Pun intended) The artsy styling and flourishes lend it well to adult subjects (romance, friendship, Mother’s Day) but can also be used for a child. This uniquely-shaped album will become even more unique with a clever binding technique and three interactive slide-out pages. Plus, with the detailed handout and extra templates, it will be a piece of (round) cake for you to create future Inner Circle albums in a variety of colors and themes. Join the Inner Circle – you’ll get somewhere by going round and round!

Gather the following tools and supplies for class:
Adhesives – need a tape runner with a refill and (as a suggestion) a glue stick for covering the album.
Glue dots
Trimmer
Scissors
Paper piercer or push pin
Pencil
Craft knife, ruler and cutting mat
Regular office hole punch or Crop-a-Dile

Photos can be added later.

Bio - Karen Burniston

Karen Burniston is a freelance instructor and designer from Colorado, where she lives with her husband, John, and their 8-year-old twins Karl and Emma. She has been working in the scrapbooking industry since 2002, when she was named a winner in the Creating Keepsakes Hall of Fame contest. Since then she has contributed to many magazines and idea books, including Hot Looks for Scrapbooks, Your Sentiments Exactly, and Totally Transparent. For three years she designed a line of scrapbooking products called Scrapperware that is licensed to Creative Imaginations. She has traveled the world teaching at stores and conventions, often drawing on her civil engineering background to create interactive elements on the projects.

Things she finds delicious include ketchup, Whoppers candy, reality TV, and the perfect rubber stamp. Things she finds not-so-delicious include carrots, scrapper’s block and housework. Learn more about Karen’s classes, including video previews and “what to bring” lists at http://www.karenburniston.com/. Learn more about Karen the person, including her silly adventures, by reading her blog at: www.karenburniston.typepad.com

Register Today:
This class will fill quickly, so we strongly encourage you to make your reservation today. What a fun way to wrap up your April weekend: Sunday April 22 from 5-7pm. Bring your own whoppers, because I suspect that Karen's not sharing hers.

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