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New ArtsyDoubles Class

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New LIVE Event Open for Registration

ArtsyDoubles is a workshop, to be delivered in 4 parts in February-March 2019

This course is designed to teach the approaches, techniques and principles behind creating your digital artistry and scrapbooking layouts in cohesive double page format.

Who Is This Class For?

Anyone who wants to learn how to create Artsy double page artistry and scrapbooking pages.

I originally intended for this to be a FOCUS session in the Heritage LIVE series of classes.

I quickly realized that this topic is far too ‘meaty’ and all-encompassing to all approaches in artistry and memory keeping, to exclude and try and assign a specific label.

Why Double-Pages?

You pages will ultimately be viewed side-by-side.

And you want them be look good and be cohesive in design.

This is especially the case if you are printing you pages in a photo book or for an album.

What You Will Learn

Master the art of creating digital layouts in double-page format.

  • Learn the process in easy-to-follow logical steps broken down and explained for your convenience and ease of use.
  • Modify and customize with 3 different DigitalART ‘springboard’ approaches to provide variety and suit your artistry preferences.
  • Get all the guidelines in simple ‘Blueprint’ template format that you can use over and over to design your own winning artsy double pages.

Early Bird Special

Save $10 when you register BEFORE 15 February 2019.


Got a Question?

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  • Terri Fullerton says:

    This sounds like an awesome class. I have many layouts that are only one page, but there are other photos, etc that I want to incorporate in a second page to compliment the first page. I see that the class is already pack with awesome information, and there may not be time to add anything more. I wonder if you could touch on ways that a second page could be made to compliment an already finished first page. Just a thought. Maybe the techniques that you are teaching will already cover this subject.

    • Anna Aspnes says:

      I would add a second page based on the same principles I’ll be sharing for creating a double page spread. The blueprint templates I’m providing will help you identify where to place photos on a second page as well as supporting elements. This is an easy add and something I can include throughout the sessions. Thanks for mentioning.

  • Eileen says:

    I’m trying to sign up for this class, but when I click on Book it, nothing happens.

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