CFCF 2012: Two Months til CFCF 2012…and Barbara Lewis’ Free Webinar…

14 12 2011

LEWIS - Painting With Fire Beads

Just two months to go…and classes are filling. Sarah Shriver’s Tuesday workshop is full and others only have a few spots left so don’t wait…get your registration in today!

We have another year with a full schedule of incredibly talented instructors in polymer clay, metal clay, mixed media, and metalworks including Blair Anderson, Jana Roberts Benzon, Jeffrey Lloyd Dever, Lindly Haunani, Liz Potter Hall, Linda Hess, Doreen Kassel, Barbara Lewis, Shannon Nelson, Kathryn Jo Ottman, Nan Roche, Lynne Anne Schwarzenberg, Marie Segal (the 2012 Creative Pioneer and Innovator Award Recipient), Sarah Shriver and Laura Tabakman.  If you haven’t attended CFCF yet, it’s an action packed six days of non-stop creative learning and fun and we want you to be part of it!

Just review the workshops descriptions here and fill out your registration form and send it in.  It’s that easy!  Then, two (2) lucky attendees will be selected at the Tuesday night celebration. For additional information, please email   To register, download registration form here.

Finally, Barbara Lewis’ book has been named the #1 Craft Book for 2011 on  

We are pleased to have Barbara teaching her Painting with Fire (Enamel Beads) at CFCF in Feb. If you’d like a sneak peak at her workshop and the making of the beads, you may want to sit in on her free Webinar tomorrow through the Create Mixed Media blog today at noon.  Just click on this link to register for the one hour appetizer! Then register for her full-day workshop here



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