I decided to write today's post in color because I really want to get your attention. I have really exciting news!!
Kim Hoegger HOME will be offering design workshops in 2013!! I know!!!
I am so excited too!
The FIRST of my design workshops will be called "workbook" and will be held on Saturday, February 9, from 10-4pm, in my brand new design studio in downtown Rockwall.
In that class we will be creating and putting together a design project binder for you to use on your very first design project. I will be personally assisting you in creating your very own design project binder like I use on every design project. Personally designed with your own creative touches and packed full of helpful folders, dividers with labels like "Floorplans" and "Quotes" and nifty pockets for fabric swatches and other interesting inspirations; all neatly organized to make your next design project a cinch!
See how a real designer puts together a project so that you walk away with the organizational tools to DIY!
Doesnt that sound fun and inspiring???
The workshop is open to a VERY small group. So be quick to secure your place as I am only taking 10 students. I want to keep the group small so that I can give you my undivided attention.
Cost of the workshop is $95.00 and includes all the supplies needed for creating your binder, along with snacks, beverages, an adorable sack lunch and of course, my undivided attention :)
I know....such great value and so inexpensive!!!
Hurry, secure your place and save a seat for your bestie :)
It's going to be so much fun!
Leave me a comment below and let me know you are interested in attending and I will send you all the details via email.
Isnt it time you had a little fun and learned something too?
More design workshops to follow soon!
Next on the agenda is
"Finding your personal style"
This workshop promises to be the perfect starting point
for your next design project.
(Students must have attended my first workshop(above) entitled "workbook" to be a part of design workshop 2, as we will be working from your newly created design project binder)