Add statement pops of color and spark to your holiday gifts this year with our DIY packaging class! These simple yet unique projects make for beautiful, cost-effective and practical solutions during the holiday rush. In this class, we'll be focusing on minimalist designs by repurposing common materials to create eye-catching packaging ensembles. The video lecture will cover five decorative packaging styles, including: Paper Poms + Bows, Gold Leaf Patterns, Mini Garland Wraps, Fabric Tape Accents, and Decorative Fringe Layering. The class includes printable holiday freebies, too!
Renee Hong is a freelance designer and event stylist residing in Northern California. She has worked in the design industry for six years and is graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Design from SUNY Empire State College. She is a DIY columnist on popular wedding blog The Knotty Bride, graphics and brand designer of Geronimo Balloon-Troopers and designer for Sous Style by Elle. Renee is also co-founder of Golden Hour, a party-planning workshop in the downtown arts district of Los Angeles. Visit her website: reneechristiane.com
Ali Nelson makes things. A self-described Utility Creative: freelance designer, writer, gypsy and artist most recently residing in a RV traveling the country as the Creative Director of the Better Together Tour. She has worked in the art and design industries for seven years and studied Fine Art at School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois. She spent three years on the visual team at Anthropologie, designs for Seer Outfitters (a clothing line by NBA player Kyle Korver), and hand-letters her way through life. Ali has done various installations, staging, eventing, and design work for clients such as CNN Latin America, Kutoa Health Bars, Project: Living Well, numerous professional athletes and musicians, nonprofit organizations, churches, commercial and retail spaces. Visit her website: alimakesthings.com
Sat, May 25th, 2013