Classes & Events

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Our large classroom features comfortable chairs and great lighting. We can even host your private event or class, including birthday parties, workshops, and showers!

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Reservations and PAYMENT for classes must be made at least 48 hours in advance (so the instructors have time to prepare!)  Reservations may be canceled by phone or in person until 48 hours before the class in order to receive a refund. (Exceptions will be noted in the class descriptions.)

You can now enroll in classes on this website. First, if you haven't already done so, REGISTER your name and email address on our website (upper right of page). Then "Click here to register!" for the class you want to enroll in. 

Date/Time & Fee

Feb 15 & Feb 16


Weekend Open Craft (Crop)
Friday 3pm-Midnight | Saturday 11am-11pm
Bring your projects and be prepared to have fun!  You'll be able to stretch out on your own six-foot table while you create your masterpieces!  Pizza on Friday, Sandwiches & Evening Snacks on Saturday, and beverages are included.

Payment Deadline: 2/8/19 (non-refundable unless cancelled)

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Feb 19



Crazy about Cardmaking with Alcohol Inks
Alcohol inks are fun to use and yield impressive results which is just what we want for our card creations! In this class we'll explore a technique utilizing yupo paper, alcohol inks, stencils and the Alcohol Lift Ink refill! Along with your Basic kit, please bring at least 3 colors of Ranger alcohol inks, Ranger blending solution, an Ink Applicator with felt, a Alcohol Lift Ink refill, FOAM ink applicator pads, liquid adhesive (Glossy Accents or Mat Medium), and tweezers. Also, bring any stencils and sentiment stamps you may want to use. If you have a heat gun, bring that also.

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Instructor:  Sondra Kirtley, Certified Ranger Ink Educator

Alcohol Ink Class Feb 2019

Feb 21

4:00 -6:00pm


Beautiful Botanicals
Flowers come in all shapes, colors and sizes and our class today will be exploring some techniques to help you as you watercolor these sweet botanicals. Two cards will feature Stampers Anonymous' "Flower Garden" and Avery Elle's "Floral Bouquet" stamp sets with an easy masking technique. A third card will revive your inner artist as you learn a simple watercolor brush stroke to design this sweet and simple card. In addition to your Basic Kit, please bring watercolors, an assortment of brushes and any sentiment stamps you'd like to use.

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Instructor:  Natalie Houston

NH Feb 21 Class

Feb 27

5:15 - 7:15pm


"Scrapbook Your Year" Workshop - March & April
Document your 2019 in our "Scrapbook Your Year" series of classes!  We’ll create a calendar page and complimentary picture page for two months at each workshop. And, best of all, your class kit will include additional 12”x12” papers and embellishments to use for additional pages or projects!  Bring your Basic Kit, foam adhesive dots, pens and any embellishments you’d like to use to embellish your pages. 

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Instructor:  Sondra Kirtley

SB Your Year March and April pages

March 6

1:00 -4:00pm


Bloom and Grow Spiral Bound Journal
Create a handy spiral-bound journal to help you start the new year right. Journal your dreams and goals to start the New Year or use however you chose. Students will learn how to build an album using the Cinch binding method. Plus, students will learn how to create embellishments with die cuts and inked papers. This album has storage for photos and ephemera mementos. A complete paper kit will be provided. Embellishments may vary from sample. In addition to a Basic Kit, students would bring 1/4" Scor tape, glue dots, wet glue of choice, clear Wink of Stella or Tonic glitter brush and Distress Oxide ink pads in Blueprint Sketch, Mowed Lawn and Fossilized Amber.

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Instructor:  Diane Williams

DW Jan Class

March 6

5:15- 7:15pm


Beginning Scapbooking Workshop
Join us to learn the basics of photo safety, scrapbooking terminology, cropping photos, matting photos and designing a layout from sketches. Please bring 3+ photos you'd like on a page plus whatever supplies you may want to use.  If you have adhesive, scissors and a paper trimmer, bring those too!

 Fee is $10 plus whatever supplies you need from the store to complete your page(s).

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Instructor:  Sondra Kirtley


March 7



Designed by You - CrafterNoon Card Class
You will be designing three cards using card sketches, so each card will be uniquely designed by you with a little help from a sketch. This class will teach you how to use sketches and get out of your comfort zone. Each sample shown will be featuring a different sketch, so the sky is the limit when it comes to the occasion you want to create for each card. Stamps featured will be from Avery Ell, Stamping Bella and Lawn Fawn. Patterned paper and cardstock may vary. Bring any sentiments you would like to incorporate. Along with your Basic Kit, also bring your favorite coloring medium (Copic markers and/or colored pencils), Micron black pen .01 or .5, white pencil, black ink pad, and foam dimensional adhesive.

Note: There are two times available for this class!  Sign up early to secure your favorite time!

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Instructor:  Natalie Houston

NH March 7

March 9

1:30 -3:30pm


Manga/Anime Drawing Course for Ages 10-17
This class is designed for artists/students who love to draw. Young artists will be inspired to see how simple it can be to draw interesting and imaginative characters in Manga drawing style while also being encouraged to develop their own style of drawing. The minimum supplies that students should bring to class include a pencil (mechanical or number 2), a kneaded eraser and a sketchbook. Other suggested supplies include colored pencils, Copic Markers, or a watercolor set; .05 Micron Black pen, and other sizes of Micron pens.

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Instructor:  Kelly Myers, MFA in Illustration

March 12

5:00 -7:30pm



"Mix it Up" Art Journal Workshop
Join us for this creativity-packed workshop and explore the rewarding world of mixed media art journaling. Learn to paint, stamp and collage to create a journal you'll love.You'll be guided through creating easy backgrounds and nature-inspired pages while also encourage to experiment. Please bring an art journal (with thick pages that can handle water) or at least TWO sheets of thick water color paper, paint brushes (detail and flat), Black Archival ink pad, Mini Mister (or other fine sprayer) with water, heat gun, scissors and adhesive. You're also welcome to bring any stamps, stencils, acrylic paints, inks and pens you'd like to use. Tissue paper, collage paper, stamps, stencils, paints and other supplies will provided by the instructor. 

Note: The Journal used in the class sample is the Ranger/Dina Wakley 6"x6" White Journal which is a NEW product that will be available at Scrapper's Edge mid-February.

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Instructor:  Sondra Kirtley

SK Art Journal Mixed Media Class March 2018

March 14

5:15 - 7:15pm


Crazy about Copics: Using Copics with Colored Pencils
Learn to add depth, shading and detail to your Copic-colored creations by using colored pencils. Along with your Copic markers, please bring color pencils, an eraser, a pencil sharpener, and either a Tombow blender pen or  Blending stumps, a sander and gamsol. Join the fun as we learn new techniques AND create two cards.

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Instructor:  Sondra Kirtley, Intermediate Certified Copic Designer/Instructor

Copic markers

March 16

11am -

Class Room Reserved for Embroiders' Guild 

---Private Event---

March 16

1:00 - 3:00pm


Easter Treat Poppers
Delight a special person with these adorable candy treat poppers. Join us to create these poppers using a Treat Popper die and We R Memory Keepers Candy Punch Board. Fill your poppers with sweet treats wrapped in frilly tissue. Each student will assemble and embellish 3 treat poppers featuring the Doodle Bug design Easter Express paper. You will learn how to create rosettes and embellish your popper with a Happy Easter banner and die cut bunny, each finished with a ribbon tied enclosure. Instructor will also demonstrate how to create treat poppers using the We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board and Candy Box Punch Board. Along with your basic kit bring any sentiments or special treat you would like to include in your box. The following additional supplies will be available in the class but please bring these items if you have them in your kit: glue gun, Wink of Stella, Tim Holtz Distressed Ink – Tattered Rose or Spun Sugar, Envelope Punch Board and Candy Box Board.

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Instructor:  Fran Procopio

March 19

4:00 -5:00pm


Intro to Origami:  Beginner Gift Boxes
Join us to learn to create a traditional Japanese Origami Masu Box and Lid from 12" paper. ou will learn fundamental folding technqiues and how to read Origami diagrams. Please bring two pieces of 12" patterned paper, available at Scrapper's Edge.

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Instructor: Dave Isaacs

March 21

1:00 - 3:00pm


Peek-A-Boo Interactive Cards
These cards are going to be so much fun to make and can feature almost any stamp you have on hand. We will be featuring a "Spring" theme but these cards will be great for almost any occasion. Interactive cards look complicated but this technique will become a favorite "go to" design! In addition to your Basic Kit, if you have a Score Pal or Score Buddy with a bone folder, please bring it to class. Bring your favorite coloring medium (pencils or markers) as well.

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Instructor:  Natalie Houston

March 23

11:00am - 3:00pm

Paper Craft Rummage Sale
Join us to sell or buy paper craft supplies:  Paper, Embellishments, Stickers, Albums, Craft Tools, Storage Devices, Rubber Stamps & More!

Sellers must rent a table in advance (only $20) AND complete the Registration/Rules Form to reserve a spot.

Everyone is welcome to buy!

March 28

5:15 -7:15pm



Beyond the Basics Scrapbooking Workshop
Join us to make FOUR 12"x12" scrapbook pages featuring papers and embellishments from the NEW "Spring Farmhouse" line from Simple Stories. This line features soft, springy pastels and fresh florals paired with metal hues and rustic woodgrain which we'll blend together for pages that will be perfect for documenting your favorite memories of home sweet home! Learn to combine various pattern papers, page elements, chipboard shapes, clips, and other embellishments to create four warm and cohesive pages. Along with your Basic Kit, you may want to bring an Ink Applicator with foam and Distress Ink Pads (greens, yellows, browns and/or blacks). All the supplies to make the project will be included (a $28 value).

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Instructor:  Sondra Kirtley

SK SB Class March 28th

March 30

11:30 -3:30pm

How to Make Comics in One-Day Workshop
Class Fee:  Siding Scale Tuition -- $25, $40, $55, $75  --  Please pay what you can. If you can pay extra, please do. It will help support these comic/manga courses.
Have you ever wanted to make a comic but didn't know where to start? Are you an artist who wants to try something new? Try this workshop! Illustrator Kelly Myers will guide you through the process from sketching out an idea to laying it out and inking. By the end of the class, students will have a page to copy and distribute or take home and covet. Some supplies will be provided. Please bring a pencil, kneaded eraser and sketch paper.

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Instructor:  Kelly Myers, MFA in Illustration

For all classes, please bring a Basic Kit - scissors, adhesive & a paper trimmer. Exceptions will be noted in the class descriptions.

Reservations and payments for classes must be made at least 48 hours in advance unless otherwise noted so the instructors have time to prepare.  Reservations may be canceled by phone or in person until 48 hours before the class in order to receive a refund. Class participants must be at least 12 years old, with the exception of designated children's classes. Exceptions may be made by talking to the instructor. Due to space limitations, we cannot allow guests or observes for classes, including pets. (Service animals are welcome. Please let us know if you will need a service animal so we can seat you in an area that will be comfortable for everyone in attendance.)

Class content/prices, etc. subject to change, although not likely. Confirm content and price when making reservations. 

If you are interested in a private class, let us know. We love conducting private classes and can accommodate your ideas and budget.

What is a Crop or Open Craft?  For those who love to craft, a Crop is a fun event to attend. It is a great time to gather with friends and other crafting enthusiasts to share ideas, learn new techniques and get focused on your projects. You don't have to be a scrapbooker to enjoy crops; many of our guests work on other projects like card making, altered art, and DIY projects. When attending a Crop, you will need to bring supplies that will keep you busy. Many guests will bring totes or bags filled with paper, scissors, trimmers, adhesive, photos, albums, etc. We have various stamps, stencils, punches and dies you can also use. Plus, you can shop at our store during the event. At Crops, each person gets a six-foot table to use so there is plenty of room to spread out and get creative!

TBA = To Be Announced


· 29 plus hours of organized classes filled with the latest Copic techniques

· Your very own 50-page workbook, plus work sheets to color (completed by you) 

· Evening times with teacher’s assistance if needed, as well as bonus projects to add to your book

· Beverages

· 3 meals

· Gifts and Prizes!