CAS Classroom

There are so many "hidden" benefits to becoming a StampNation member, and one of them is The Classroom.    Catherine has hired some amazing teachers that bring us the latest and greatest trends, lessons in design, tips & techniques to take your paper crafting to the next level and so much more.

One of my favorite classrooms is Maureen's Clean & Simple classroom.  (from Mama Mo Stamps)  Why?   Because I have always struggled with CAS design.  It seems like CAS should be easy, but that isn't the case, at least for me.  There are so many little elements that go into the perfection of this style of card and Maureen teaches us how in a very clear & easy-to-understand way. 

If you see me make a CAS card you can bet I have taken at least one element I've learned from Maureen and used it on my card.  Her lessons are timeless and relevant, so the classes she put up two or three years ago still work for me today.  Here is a peek at her latest class on movement and flow.

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She has 31 lessons in the CAS Classroom alone, and there are a total of 8 classrooms open right now, including a room that is for all SN members to add tutorials to.  Here is a peek at Mo's classroom:

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As a StampNation member you get access to ALL of the classrooms for just $9 a month!  Less than Netflix and I bet you'll use it more often.  ;)  Plus you have access to the "teachers" so they can answer any questions you have.  Look what else is included in your membership:

  • Maureen's CAS Classroom
  • Kristie's Spotlight on Trends
  • 400+ exclusive videos
  • 130+ Challenges
  • 17,000+ projects in the gallery
  • the most amazing community of world-wide paper crafters on the internet and so much more!


Anonymous said...

Good ad. ;) I'm going over to look at her blog, thanks for the link.

Susangail Powell said...

Congratulations Heather on being part of the Stampin' Celebration design team! You rock! I'm going to go check them out now and maybe play along too.

Catherine Pooler said...

Great post, heather! We are so lucky to have such amazing talent at SN!