Monday, June 4, 2012

Lady Butterbug

This weekend I had the pleasure of taking an Annie Sloan Chalk Paint class from Lady Butterbug aka Karla.I had a blast! The class was held in this sweet little cottage just off the square in downtown Mckinney, Texas.
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I told you it was adorable!
Everything about the class was wonderful, especially our fabulous teacher Lady Butterbug.
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Karla is the perfect combination of knowledge and patience. I think we all came away from the class feeling confident in our new ASCP mad skills.
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Of course Karla had the classroom all pimped out in ASCP. Everything was just perfect!
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I would highly recommend the class to anyone considering it! You'll be so glad you did!
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To find out more about the ASCP workshops please go here.
To visit Karla's blog please go here.


Jemm said...

What a cute little cottage! I love the white glider in the yard. Sounds like a great class too:)

Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door said...

I would love to take one of these classes! Sounds like you had a wonderful time! I just found out a little shop close to me will be carrying ASCP. Maybe, I'll have a chance soon.

Anonymous said...

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Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Well girl you always have info I don't know about and I am going to do this also...that is one of my summer goals, get back at taking classes...well creative classes. I have a few pieces of furniture I want to attack...thanks so much, how fun!!!

Liz said...

Can't wait to see your projects! :)


Lady Butterbug said...


Thank you so much for your kind words and pics about the workshop. I had a great time too!

Cindy said...

What a darling little cottage! and I should, cause I have loads of things that I always mean to get to and paint. Hurry and show what you did! :)


Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

I've met Karla, and she is so nice. So glad you got to this workshop; I'll bet it was so much fun too.

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