August 15, 2009

My first online class!!

I was really excited when Barbara from "Joggles", asked me to teach a class, sharing my techniques and process for making Victorian cones. With the economy the way it is, this year is a great time to create your Christmas gifts or Holiday decor. Whether you call them Victorian cones or Tussie Mussies, these pretty creations can be used in so many different ways. I like to use a lot of vintage jewelry, feathers, ribbons and antique papers when I make mine. Depending on the materials used, you can suit these cones to any style or taste in decor; from Modern to Victorian; Halloween to Easter!

The great part about this class is that that you are free to download the lessons and work on the project at your convenience. You don’t have to be at your computer at a specific time on a particular day, and it’s the same for working on that week’s part of the project - you do it when you have the time.
And, I'll be having a giveaway once the class starts - 5 beautiful vintage buttons/pins, will be given away to 5 different students to use on their cones! Just some added fun for those participating!

To read more about the class, and sign up, click HERE!


Johanna Parker said...

Your Victorian cones are beautiful Nancy.... and what a fun idea for an online class...

~ Johanna

Sheryl Parsons said...

Your blog looks more wonderful and intriguing all the time Nancy. Love the cones...much success on your class!

Anonymous said...

I saved your website a long time ago glad you are still availible to check on !
I once saw a most wonderful all white decorated Santa in window of a jewelry shop in TX admist all snowy decor and absolutely loved the display. Am in the process of producing one myself at the moment--hope it turns out as well as your Santas. Best of luck in ALL your endevours--you most definitely have a treasure to look at and purchase. :) enjoy all you can create,Nixe

Laurie said...

I love your creativity - and fresh and exciting ideas. Your art is an expression of your personality - always a warm, sincere and positive outlook - and your new and exciting art projects reflect this.

I look forward to your Victorian Cone class, I am going to make mine in a more modern style. I'm excited about it.

- Laurie Jacobs