Frequently Asked Questions

 

+ When does the course start and finish and how long do I have access to the course?

This workshop is completely self-paced - you decide when you start and when you finish. All workshop content is available to you when you register. How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.

+ How is the content filmed? Will I be able to "see" what you are doing?

The videos are filmed top down just like you are looking over my shoulder. I pay special attention to lighting so that you can see what I am doing clearly. I also zoom in on essential steps when possible.

+ What is the Pop-Up Journal Prompt Challenge?

This challenge starts April 22 and each day, for 10 days, you will have access to the prompt and video inside the classroom. More details coming soon!

+ How many videos are there and can I download them?

This workshop features 11 instructional videos and 2 hours of instruction. Videos are not available for download.

+ Can I share my access and can I get a refund?

The tuition is non-refundable once access has been given to registrants. One student per purchase. No splitting/sharing classes, please!

+ Do you provide a list of the specific supplies you use?

Yes, I provide a comprehensive supplies list once you register and mention brands and colors while I am instructing so you know what I am using.

+ Do I need a sewing machine or can I substitute sewing in another way?

I do sew the elements onto tabs before hand stitching everything into the cover. I do suggest the alternative of using embroidery thread, which when used with multiple strands and a running stitch looks rather nice. The other pieces I stitch could easily be done with staples, tape, etc. That said, some of the elements will look different than mine.

I also show a clear pouch to hold your finished journal. I cut it down to size and sew the sides, but you could easily embellish other ways or use embroidery thread to add stitching to the sides.