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February 06, 2019
It's official! I've published my first class on Skillshare! This was one of my goals for 2019 and I'm happy to have completed it so early in the year. There was a nice learning curve since I've never filmed or edited video before, but other Skillshare classes helped me with that. I'm really happy with how it turned out. Another bonus is after so many takes, being on the other side of the camera isn't so scary anymore.
Picture Framing Made Easy will teach you how to mount, mat, and frame your photos, as well as add a wire for hanging. The class is only 20 minutes and easy to follow (at least I think it is!). If this is something that you'd like to learn how to do, I invite you to check it out.
If you do watch my class, I'd love to hear your feedback, leave a review and post your class project.
Who knows, maybe it will inspire you to teach your own class!
Disclosure: If you sign up for Premium membership using the link above, I do receive an affiliate commission.
If you haven't checked out Skillshare before, I highly recommend it (and not because I'm an affiliate). I've learned so much from taking classes on their site and it's actually saved me money. Some of their classes are available for free and their Premium membership for unlimited classes is currently $99 per year, which I think is a steal.
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"A bright and colorful way to spread some cheer for that special person's birthday. I wanted this card design to feel like a fun party." ~Lisa Blake
Feel good about sending your loved one’s messages from your heart with greeting cards made from 100% recycled paper and envelopes.
"Moody Roses is one of my favorites. The inspiration came from a fabric design challenge for Moody Florals. I took some of my flower photography and created digital paintings from them. I took those images and created a repeat pattern changing the colors to create a moody vibe. I loved the end result and thought it would also look great on greeting cards. I revamped the design and it turned into a Happy Birthday card." ~Lisa Blake