torsdag 30. juni 2011

Trisha Ladouceur kommer til Papirfesten!

Endelig kan vi prensentere Papirfestens første kursholder; Trisha Ladouceur.

Trisha er en erfaring kursholder og vi er kjempeglade for at hun hadde anledning til å komme. Trisha er en sprudlende person som lager de flotteste prosjekter og hun har lovet å sette sammen noen spennende og flotte kurs til oss. Hun skal bl.a. delta på sommerens CHA og vil her plukke ut de nyeste produktene og de hotteste trendene og bruke dette i sine kurs.
Følg henne gjerne på hennes blogg eller facebook gjennom sommerens CHA.

For de som har deltatt på Papirfesten tidligere kjenner dere gjerne Trisha igjen fra når hun var kursholder hos oss på Tjensvoll Skole i 2008.

Trisha has been an avid scrapbooker for nearly 13 years and has taught for more than 11 years. She has been married to her best friend, Drew for more than 18 years and has 2 wild, but devilishly handsome boys, Logan and Carter who are more often than not, the source of her inspiration. She resides in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where the long, cold winters provide plenty of scrapbooking time for her.

Trisha's teaching abilities have taken her on numerous travel adventures in recent history. She has taught scrapbooking and paper crafting classes coast to coast in both Canada and the United States as well as in Norway, The Netherlands, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. She has had the good fortune to teach aboard three different cruises to date and looks forward to seeing where she will get to explore next in this wonderful journey called life. She feels blessed to combine her love of travel with her passion for teaching. Being able to share her scrapbooking addiction with paper crafters everywhere is a match made in heaven!

To Trisha's credit, she is a GOlden Ambassador for Tattered Angels and a design team member for My Mind's Eye. She is also and Endorsed Educator for some of the leading manufacturers in the industry including Tattered Angels, My Mind's Eye, Graphic 45, Teresa Collins Designs, 7 Gypsies, Bazzill and you usually find some Prima in there too. Trisha has had numerous projects and articles published in various magazines and is currently a Contributing Writer for Canadian Scrapooker Magazine.

Trisha loves to create projects that are very detail oriented and incorporates texture and dimension wherever possible. You will not find a "flat" project anywhere in her portfolio! The best part of it all is that she shows her students that they too CAN create a work of art that they will be proud of. When the steps are broken down and simplified, any task can be accomplished by any level of scrapbooker.
Be sure to drop by her blog ( to see more of what Trisha is up to!

1 kommentar:

  1. oh nice, husker godt sist papirfest jeg var på kurs hos henne, og skal garantert igjen :o)