If you missed out on 12Days, the Christmas class I taught along with my sweet and talented friend Julie, last year, I'm very happy to say we're offering it again in a slightly revised version for 2010. Of all the work I did last year, the projects made for 12Days were probably those I was most proud of, and definitely those I enjoyed the most. I'd love to tell you I was entirely altruistic and gave them all away as gifts (which is the main aim of the class), but there are more than a few still adorning my own house.
Although 12Days obviously has a Christmas theme, and several of the bonus tutorials are specifically festive, each of the twelve main projects are things you can make (either to keep or give as gifts) year round - they're not pieces you'll be needing to pack away with the tinsel and broken baubles once the holiday season is over. You can see just a couple of sneak peeks in our mini-promo poster below, and find full details over at The Copy+Paste Project.
Sound good? I probably shouldn't be trying to deter you from signing up RIGHT NOW, but if you'd like to join us, keep an eye on the PaperCraft Inspirations website over the next few days. They're celebrating the Christmas issue of the magazine with a weekend-long blog party, and you might just find a special 12Days class offer tucked away in one or two of their guest posts. It's available right up until we start on 4th November, so is still worth checking out, even if you're reading this after the weekend.
Last year's class was a lot of fun and the response from our fantastic students was incredibly positive. If you're interested in signing up for the 2010 version, we'd love to have you along for the ride.