Celebrate Halloween, Christmas, and every day in between with Amy Powers!
This holiday season, skip the time you’d normally spend browsing for inspiration (and getting overwhelmed by too many good ideas on Pinterest), and instead dive into 12 fun and festive projects with Amy Powers as your guide.
Wouldn’t you love to get inspired AND get something done?
Create a little something for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas—and a whole lot of somethings to celebrate all of your everydays in between. A nationally known crafter who has worked with Mary Engelbreit, Matthew Mead, and many others, Amy is here to inspire you to get your craft on for 12 weeks straight.
Craft Happy is a hands-on, interactive workshop that will have you creating beautiful things just for the fun of it. You'll learn new skills, connect with cheerful crafters worldwide, and generally find yourself smiling from ear to ear.
Amy doesn’t just teach the “how to,” she also teaches the “why,” and she’ll show you how to make every project a reflection of who you are and what you love most.
Amy’s former students have called her “warm and happy and generous” as well as “amazing, attentive, inspiring, helpful, and happy.” She believes happiness is contagious, and craftiness is too. And you’ll believe it as well when Amy is through with you!
Watch the video below to get an idea for what's coming!
I can't imagine a more fun way to get ready for the holidays than getting crafty with the fabulous Amy Powers! Amy's classes at my workshops were always sold out, so to be able to take this online course at your convenience is really fantastic!
– Mary Engelbreit, of Mary Engelbreit’s Home Companion
Worldwide-known licensed artist whose art has been featured on 6,500 different products.
Amy Powers is a super clever crafter with an endless supply of sunny, fun ideas for things to make—all of them brought to life with her cheerful sense of adventure and joyful spirit.
– Charlotte Lyons, of charlottelyons.com
Licensed artist, author, and contributor to national magazines like Country Living and Better Homes and Gardens.
main projects (a stop-motion video like the one you
see above, an advent calendar, and a glitter house)
smaller sidekick projects (including a shadowbox ornament,
grid collage, coffee cozy, Thanksgiving surprise balls,
Christmas exchange game, and more!)
tutorials with detailed instructions for each project
instructional handouts with clear step-by-step instructions
for each project
fun and quick creativity exercises
list by project with live links to product resources
notes in the classroom from Amy
emails when classroom is updated with new materials
message board to share thoughts and questions with classmates
posting gallery to share your creations and view others
live video chats with Amy
access to Amy
For the stop motion movies, PC users need Windows Movie
Maker (free download from Windows site). Mac users need
iMovie, which should come installed on their Mac. Also
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