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Thought I'd go ahead and post the photo of the project I'll be teaching in September at a weekend scrapbooking retreat. I'm so excited about this class! I've never seen a project like this before, so I'm hoping it's slightly original. This is a multi-sided acrylic menu holder for restaurants. I'm using a Family theme and all of the patterned papers are from the Daisy D's Attic Heirloom collection. Many of the embellishments (rhinestones, buttons, silk flowers, ribbon, painted/distressed wooden heart) are 3-D, meaning that they are adhered on the outside of the acrylic. It's really beautiful in person and I may even paint the outside edges of the acrylic for more distressing. We'll see. :) (and a big "thank you" to Suzyplant for the inspiration for the first "layout." I already emailed her to thank her, too.) :)
I'd love your feedback on the class project! Oh, and I ordered the acrylic menu holders online from an acrylic supplier. :)
Need to go shower and get ready for a morning playdate with some of Noah's kindergarten buds from last year. :)
Thank you, Lord, for this new day!
"Our Adversary majors in three things: noise, hurry and crowds. If he can keep us engaged in "muchness" and "manyness," he will rest satisfied." - Richard J. Foster