My first class, in the afternoon of was with Dina Wakely (below is a very distant photo of Dina, and a close-up of the supplies for the class):
Sadly, the humidity in Ohio means that drying takes a LOT longer than 24 hours provided because when I picked my pieces up the next afternoon, they were sticky and two of them (the two dirty pours, on the left, above)) tried exchanging paint... and one lost some!
We were allowed to keep the leftover pour medium after class!
I had wanted to learn about pours so this class fulfilled a wish.
The next class was with Paula Cheney and she had prepared a Tim Holtz Product-inspired multimedia tag. Below is a distant photo of Paula and a close-up of the supply packet:
The final class was with Kelly Marie Alvarez from LawnFawn. There were four interactive cards and a small "box", all made from pre-cut pieces. We barely finished in time...
A slider where the scene changes...