Note: This is a LIMITED ENROLLMENT course that opens up to the public just twice a year. Spring enrollment will close on June 30, 2021. Once you purchase the course, you will have unlimited access until the course is retired (and don’t worry we’ll give you plenty of advanced notice before that happens.)
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Grow your skills to the next level by moving from a complete craft newbie to a hobbyist or from an experienced up-cycler to an advanced DIYer!
This course is IOD's way of continuing to encourage you on your creative journey wherever you are!
Through a series of self-paced step-by-step videos, we hold your hand while you create a classic wall piece of a flow blue china bowl filled with fresh summer lemons.
On top of making this beautiful wall decor, in this course you’ll learn techniques you can apply to other DIY and crafting projects. And if you get stuck, you’ll have access to an exclusive Facebook group just for students of this course where the IOD Team will coach you through and cheer you on.
So, if you feel like life is full of lemons right now and you just want to make lemonade come join us!
A complete Supply List is within the course, and most of the basic craft items you probably already own, or can be purchased in your local area.
The IOD specific products needed will be (product links to my website):
Optional: IOD Distressed Stamp
Paint Colors for eCourse: You can use your favorite brand, or I've listed optional similar Fusion Colors - tester size should be plenty! Fusion recommended colors may not exactly match colors used in eCourse. Fusion dries fast and you may want to consider using their Extender for any stamping. Also, be sure to prep stamps per instructions, and have water ready to clean your stamps after using paint on them. If you're a first time Fusion stamper, may want to practice on a piece of old cardboard or paper bag. :)