CardMonkey is pleased to be the first stop on Sizzix Designer Eileen Hull's PaperTrail.
What's it all about? Pulling a vintage (1976 -- I guess that makes me "vintage" too, because I was in college then) Serro Scotty trailer stuffed with crafty goodness, Eileen is traveling to 20 stops (so far) in the month of June, demo'ing and teaching craft techniques.
At right, here's one of Eileen's photos taken yesterday, as she was loading "Scotty" to ready for her month-long journey to teach crafting ...
Our plans for today start with a visit to introduce Eileen to Kathy Davis (www.kathydavis.com) and have her tour the inspiring Kathy Davis Studios (KDS) in Horsham, PA.
|KDS Gallery, in Horsham - Open to the public. Source: www.kathydavis.com|
Kathy found me through Facebook, and had her friend and VP Bill Lessa hunt me down -- to tell me that I certainly could teach papercrafting at KDS, and so our journey and friendship began.
I'm happy to share that with Eileen, who I also met rather serendipitously through Facebook! And now, Eileen is on her way here!
YES, Eileen will be teaching some techniques in embossing and die cuting -- a class I sorely need! There are 15-20 crafters joining us at Frank's Pizza in Warminster (because everything goes better with food!) from 6-8 p.m. We'll not only be taught by a master (that's Eileen!) but we'll also have a chance to tour her vintage trailer -- I assume one-by-one, LOL.
So stop back tomorrow for more on the techniques we're learning. And thank you, Eileen, for making this fun event happen here in the Paper Jungle!
DeFiaNtLy DiFfeReNt & CreAtiVeLy Yours,