I have created the 2 art classes on 2peas the last year. And I was so happy and a little surprised (to be completely honest) when they became so popular. I think the love for the classes is because I use mixed media in small and minimalist ways. It's doing the art techniques without the big messes (always except sometimes in this case). Also in the format: Each class has 10 chapters and 10 (or more) videos where I show you exactly how to use all these wonderful mediums. But i think the biggest reason why you have loved the classes are becuase of the fun. What can be more fun and freeing than playing with paint, rub-ons, gelatos, gesso, watercolors, wax, acrylics, molding paste and stencils (only to name a few).
And now Artclass 2 just got better. We added 3 chapters (6 pages and 3 videos) to the class. I want to introduce the three LOVELY contributors to the bonus chapters:
Janna Werner works as a designer, freelance writer and teacher. She lives in North Germany, together with her husband and animals. Janna´s love for papercrafts and mixed media art evolved in 2010 when a friend introduced her to scrapbooking. Since then she has been working together with well-known papercrafting companies, magazines and designers. Right now she is doing Design Team work for Sizzix, Elle´s Studio, entreArtistes and Crate Paper.
Lilith Eeckels is a mother to 4 mischievous boys and a part time teacher in Belgium. Her days are hectic and as soon as she has some time, she'll sneak into her scraproom and play with paper. She loves white space and layering but isn't afraid to use other designs. Her mood, supplies and photos decide how she is going to scrap. Her work is showcased on her blog Lilith's scrapbooking venture :
Michelle De Leon is a university student from Alberta, Canada. When she is not busy with school or work, she can be found volunteering, catching up on movies, and enjoying quality time with friends and family. Having discovered the scrapbooking world last May, Michelle is happy to have found a hobby that acts as a creative outlet while documenting everyday moments. She shares her scrapbooking creations on her blog at "The Scrapbooking Chronicles of Portable Michelle"