Some of you already know about my Craftsy online sewing course: Sew Little Nursery Design. Well I wanted to tell you a little bit more about the course, the projects you’ll be learning and the online classroom platform in a video! You know I love to be in front of the camera. I can’t help it.
I know it’s called Nursery Design but don’t worry if you don’t have any kids. It’s a home decor sewing course that can be adapted to match the decor style or color palette of any room, office, dorm room or really, any room in the house. The only project I teach you to make that is specific to a nursery is a changing pad cover.
Watch the video HERE for more pictures of all the different projects I teach you to make.
I also include some pictures from the behind the scenes of the course production. I had a blast at Craftsy headquarters! Everyone was so nice and easy to work with and it was totally awesome to have a full women production crew in the studio-producer, camera women, and the editor. Love it!
Click HERE to watch the official course trailer and HERE for more info on the course. Register by June 30, 2012 at 11:59pm EST and you will be entered into a giveaway to win a Craftsy grab bag. Watch the video for full details.
The course price has been dropped so low that this is the perfect time for you to take advantage of a course that has a 100% money back guarantee, is posted for you to access indefinitely, and is made up of 10 full HD video lessons. It’s really like a private lesson that you’re getting. All that for $14.99 US is a steal! Plus you can ask me as many questions as you want as often as you want and even share your course project pictures with the class.
Watch the full video announcement below. Remember you need to be reading this post on my blog to see the video… if you are reading this in your email click HERE to watch it.
Check out some shots of me on set! I don’t know if I was smiling so hard because I was getting my own Craftsy course or because I only had to focus being the talent and not worry about running around fixing camera angles and audio and all that. I really enjoy having a production crew doing the hard work for me. I could really get used to that! Now all I need is my on tv show and I’ll be set! TV producers out there are you listening?