Saturday, January 6, 2018

Designs by Jennifer Lynn 2018 Class Structure

Hi everyone! I hope your new year has started well.  It is super cold where I am with negative degree temperatures and substantial winds. It does, however, allow for some great creativity time, as you tend to spend more indoor time then outdoor time this time of year in New England. 
With the new year, and Stampin' Up!'s 30th Anniversary, I am trying a few things a little different this year.  While I will be sharing all of these changes over the course of this month, the first change I want to share with everyone is the new class structure. 

Let's jump right into it....this year there will be 4 levels of classes.  This really does allow for great variety and all crafting levels to be meet.

Here they are:

PRODUCT BASE CLASS or TO GO CLASS

In these classes, you will receive the products being used to create the projects. This means that by using this option you will have actual craft items that will also go home with you and not just the projects we will be making. These classes are a little more costly, however, the value will always be well worth it. 

LIVE CLASS OR TO GO PACKET

In these classes you may attend in person at the designated location or request the class packet where you will receive a URL to the direct virtual classroom in my YouTube. 

LIVE CLASS: With this class option there is no physical product to take home from this class unless you choose to place an order and receive it at the class.  However, you will have all the items you need to enjoy creativity in the class you choose.

VIRTUAL CLASS PACKET: With this class option, you will receive all the pre-cut cardstock and embellishments needed to create the projects for the class. There will, however, not be any stamped images in the packet to stay in compliance with Stampin' Up!'s policy.  This means you may use any stamp set and/or ink combo you would like in place of the stamp set we are using in the LIVE class. You will also receive an exclusive URL link to the virtual classroom that you will visit at your leisure to complete your projects. 

Team Member or Demonstrator 

With this option, my direct team members or other U.S. demonstrators, (to comply with Stampin' Up! policy), will have the ability to instructional tutorials to use for their own use, or to use for classes of their own. I only ask that my photos not be used in your classes that you offer. You may replace the pictures in the hard copy tutorials with your own.  There is no product or kit packet with this option. 


FREE CLASSES

I am pretty sure these are self-explanatory but I will explain all the same. ;-)
With these classes they are FREE.  They may include class packets, they may only be instructional video in the virtual classroom, they may be a LIVE Facebook video in the VIP group with a special URL for those who sign up who don't use Facebook. This is my gift to all of you for your support. You let me do something I love everyday. So from the bottom of my heart.....

THANK YOU!!!!


IMPORTANT NOTE:

Each class will require you to provide your own adhesive of your choice to assemble the class projects. Whether you attend a live class or you do a virtual class, if you do not have adhesive at this time, this chart may help you decide what you may like to get. 

I also offer an ADHESIVE BUNDLE for $35, which includes the list below and s/h. It is all packaged in a beautiful easy to travel with stamp case. I would be happy to get one to you should you find you would like one. You may order an ADHESIVE BUNDLE by clicking here
   
The ADEHSIVE BUNDLE contains:
1-Snail adhesive
1-Tear & Tape Adhesive
1-Fast Fuse Adhesive
1-Liquid Glue
1-Glue Dots
*Stamp Case is FREE

I will always have classes on my calendar of upcoming events, however you may also see some offers through my blog and my newsletter to make paying in advance much easier.  ALL classes must be paid for in advance at time of registration.  I hope you enjoy all the new and exciting creative ideas I will be bringing your way.  Have a wonderful weekend!

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