NEW! Early Bird Registration for Create Your Own Oracle Deck SUMMER!

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Summer is almost here, and I am excited to launch a 2nd session of my popular e-course: Create Your Own Oracle Deck! We had so much fun and built wonderful friendships during the inaugural session this past spring that I wanted to open up the experience to more of you.  If you have ever wanted to create your own oracle deck, strengthen your visual storytelling, find your artistic voice and meet kindred spirits from around the world, this is the class for you!  Learn more and register today through May 31, 2018 for Early Bird Registration (a savings of over $100).  

Early Bird Price is $189  & This includes 5 weeks of online course instruction, including many hours of video demos,  live webinars and group chats! Lots of support and feedback, shout-outs on our Class IG feed as well as your KIT.

Your Kit Includes:

  • ENROLLMENT in 5-WEEK E-COURSE TAUGHT BY ME!
  • (25) 3x5 inch wood blanks
  • Deck Journal with Oracle Chosen Just for You (and I'll show you how to embellish it)
  • Digital downloads throughout the course including pre-formatted theme tags for your cards, a color wheel, a color psychology mini poster and more!
  • Access to all videos and course materials for 6 months after class begins so that you have plenty of time to create your deck!

 

Watch this short video to learn more about the class!

 

 

Creativity is Soaring in Week 1 of Create Your Own Oracle Deck!

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I am just blown away by the talented students already in the first week of "Create Your Own Oracle Deck." This week we warmed up with hand-embellished deck journals and hand-made collage papers. I can't wait to see my amazing students' decks take shape. Follow the beautiful decks as they unfold on Instagram so you know where to find your next artisan deck :)). Our handle is Create_Your_Own_Oracle_Deck.  Hand embellished deck journals pictured here are  by Gabriele Bitter (creativity) and Jenny Rodda. (kindred). Gorgeous papers by Brittany Burkard.