Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnival: Teachers

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Please come and join these talented ladies for inspirational, technique driven classes! You will learn, laugh and love their energy!

Cathie Allan

Cathie Allan
You have seen her techniques in Creative Scrapbooker Magazine and Scrap & Stamp Arts over the past 17 years. Here’s your chance to get up-close-and-personal in these ‘technique rich’ classes which will change the way you look at your collection of rubberstamps. Come play, giggle and oh! yes!…be prepared to get inky!


Kelly Klapstein

Kelly Klapstein
Kelly’s journey into the art of lettering is an exciting one! Passionate about brush lettering and calligraphy, Kelly loves teaching her skills and techniques in workshops around the world and is the author of “The Art of Brush Lettering.” Sitting quietly and writing beautiful letters is a calming, relaxing experience enjoyed by people of all ages. She is on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine team as a contributing writer and designer and has developed the Kelly Creates brand of calligraphy products with American Crafts. To learn more about Kelly’s creative projects, visit her blog www.kellycreates.ca.


Nicole Wright

Nicole Wright
Nicole loves learning new techniques and sharing! She’s a technique based crafter and she love’s making 3D projects. Last year Nicole was voted North American Crafter of 2014 by her peers for Sizzix. While in California she toured Sizzix (including their craft room), made a few crafts and met the most fun and creative people! Needless to say she loves her Sizzix Dies to create dynamic projects. So, let’s get inky! Please visit Nicole’s blog: canadiannickelscrapn.blogspot.ca


Glenda Schoepp-Drake

Glenda has a passion for mixed media – lots and lots of layers and textures. Most of her pieces have a steampunk or industrial flare which reflect her love of mechanicals and hardware. She started designing her own chipboard 3 years ago and specializes in steampunk, textures, and the unusual. Glenda holds two degrees: one from Grant MacEwan for Visual Presentation and the second from Nait for Graphic Design. There is always a work in progress on her desk.  Please visit Glenda’s blog to see her in action:  boozybear.blogspot.ca


Allison Orthner

Allison’s happy place is connecting creative hearts with one another! Whether it’s through photography, art journaling, women’s retreats or orphans in Haiti, Allison loves to guide and teach others using creative outlets that help us all on life’s journey. She has worked for Creative Scrapbooker Magazine since its second issue, been published on 15 front covers and has taught internationally. Her latest passion is her new glamour studio where her mission is to capture every day women looking and feeling beautiful in portraits. Check out her work at www.AllisonOrthner.com