The Expanded Version
Are you striving to include just that little bit more on your scrapbooking layouts? Are you finding yourself admiring detailed layouts in galleries or magazines and wishing you knew how to create projects just the same? Do you want to dive into a workshop full of technique and step-by-step assignments to help you achieve your creative scrapbooking goals? Did you join Nic in Dimensional Details in 2010 and want more?
If any of the above sound like you, join Nic Howard in Dimensional Details — the Expanded Version as she uses instructional videos, handouts and audios to guide you through a variety of techniques to create stunning scrapbook pages. We all admire beautiful detailed layouts, so let's create them ourselves!
Nic Howard entered the scrapbooking scene as a Memory Makers Master in 2005. She released her sole authored book "That's Life, Finding Scrapbook Inspiration in the Everyday" in 2007 and has since released many successful Big Picture Classes. She features in various magazines and books on a regular basis, and continues to work for several manufacturers. Keeping scrapbooking 'real' is something Nic is passionate about. She is well known for scrapbooking the quirky and humorous sides of life and her layouts are often admired for their textural design. She enjoys the creative side of scrapbooking as much as telling the story itself, her obvious enjoyment of both areas shines through in her scrapbooking style.
Nic's goal in this 13-week workshop is for each student to walk away having mastered a wide variety of techniques. She aims to provide a confidence that will have you able to add a little bit of detail—or alternatively a LOT of detail—to any layout you create. This is a workshop that will suit all levels of scrapbookers. Dimensional Details - the Expanded Version, has been updated with hot new techniques, step-by-step instructions and is full of gorgeous new examples, as well as including the favourites from the original class. Add all this to the lighthearted mood that Nic is well known for and this is one class that you won't want to miss. Students new to Dimensional Details, as well as those that joined Nic in 2010, will enjoy fresh new enthusiasm for the creative process and plenty of inspiration to scrap projects for months to come.
more about Nic by reading her bio
to Nic's introduction of Dimensional Details: