Sunday, September 19, 2010

Meet the Rest of the Family!

Today I'm going to introduce you to the rest of the 21 Secrets family!

 Lisa Wilson of LifeUnity is going to teach the basics of beginning journaling.  If you've been hesitant to start a journal, this is the class for you!

Mariza of  Marizateria is going to show us how to incorporate selector wheels into our journals. I personally can't wait for this class!

Natalie Malik from Awkwardly Beautiful is going to show us how to enhance our handwriting in our journals

Another class I absolutely can NOT wait for is Paula Phillips' (Journal Artista) class on using doors and windows in your journal pages for "hidden" secrets.

Samantha Kira Harding, the Journal Girl, is going to show us the versatility of journaling on canvas! Can you say "embellishments"?

Sarah Whitmire of Soul Journaling is going to teach us how to journal on the go with a journaling travel kit!

Spooky, aka The Paper Phantom, is going to show us 10 fun, new ways to use old book pages in our art journals. Yay!

Tami Chacon of  Dream -Wish -Hope  is going to show us how to alter magazine images to incorporate into our art journals.

Tracie Hanson of My Blooming Life is all about doodling, and she's going to show us how to make a journal doing just that!

So there you have it - our fantastic family of 21 journal junkies who make up the 21 Secrets playground!  (Meet the rest of the family in my 2 previous posts if you missed them)

 Registration opens this MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,
2010. The Playground opens on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2010. Entry fee of  $59 gets you access to ALL 21 CLASSES!

Want to win 2 FREE REGISTRATIONS? (one for you, one to giveaway on your own blog) ENTER TO WIN HERE


If you've been hesitant to start your own journal or if you would like to learn some new techniques to take you to the next level, this is the journaling workshop for you!  So gather your materials, but a smile on your face and enter the realm of "Happy Creating!"

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