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 I am very excited to offer online classes to my blog.  Over the years people have expressed interest in my classes.  I've been asked to create tutorials or show how to do techniques.  I thought this would be a great way for me to share what I love and offer a great instructional project for you to keep.
 
For the past few weeks I have been working hard to develop an in-depth tutorial to provide a Virtual Class.  This class is full of color photo's and a detailed explanation. I'll share Tips and Hints and a full supply list.  Check it out.  
 
Welcome to my Haunt! 
 
 This Haunted Virtual Class is a Tutorial only.  You use the supplies you have.  I supply the idea and a step by step how to!
 
 
Here's my posing Skeleton.  Creating something like this is a suggestion.  If you want to added you can.  Creepy skeletons and glitter pumpkins are optional.

 
If you have a little Skelly, you could break and pose him with hot glue and imagination.

 
This Tutorial can be transformed into any season or event.


 This project's final measurement is 2 1/2" x 18 1/2" or close to it.
 
 
 
 Class Example page.
 
 
If you are interested in taking this class please click HERE for the Class Page.
 
I have updated my Page Tabs along the top with a Q and ATerms, Classes, Coming.
 
Please be patient while I'm learning. 
 
 
Watch for me on Instagram and Facebook .  I like to share a lot of sneaks and peeks there!
 
Some Fun Halloween Challenges!
 
 
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Comments

  1. You are such an incredibly talented lady Nicole, I wish you much success with this new venture! I do love that skelly... he is hilarious! Anne xx

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    1. Thank You Anne! Such a big compliment coming from such a talented crafter.

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  2. LOL love the face palming skeleton! Did he forget to bring some tricks? ;-) Good luck with your classes!

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    1. Thanks Lisa... Or perhaps he's scared. I'm working hard to add more classes for a variety of projects.

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  3. As always your works are so inspirational! Congrats for your online classes! BArbarayaya

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  4. Fabulous piece of art, fantastic details. Love the posing skeleton and pumpkin. Thanks so much for joining in the Art with Heart Challenge. Tracy x

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  5. I love how you inspire me to take things I have and use them in new ways.

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  6. Such a great add to your Halloween decor, this is awesome…there is that word again ;)
    All the best on your new endeavour my friend :)

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  7. Super cute! Thanks for joining us at Art with Heart Challenge!

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  8. I love those blocks. Very clever idea. And spooky too! :)
    Thanks so much for joining us this month for the Art With Heart Challenge!
    ~Michelle
    http://www.michellezerull.blogspot.com

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