Help Im teaching a card class, and have a question

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Posted 1/28/2013 by NoelinIowa in General Scrappin'


PeaNut 255,436
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Posted: 1/28/2013 11:39:17 PM
I was asked to teach a card class at a community thing a couple towns over from me. Ive never taught a class, but they know I make cards and they want someone to show how to make homecards. They have been a little disorganized about setting all this up. I really have no idea how many people. Im thinking between 10 to 25 people I'll be teaching. I dont know what the skill level will be either.

Anyone have any tips on suggestions on what I should show? Should I just do a simple style card, or something with a bit of challenge?


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Posted: 1/28/2013 11:47:15 PM
That's tough, not knowing size or skill level. What about the same card three ways - easy, medium and harder? Like more stamps and embellishments built on the easier one?

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Posted: 1/29/2013 12:33:46 AM
I agree with have the 3 levels of skills:

1- beginner
2- intermmediate
2- advanced

have everyone make the basic beginner card and have techniques for those that are more advanced to take the card further while the beginners are doing the basic design.

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