Keri Lee Sereika is a talented and versatile designer with a broad range of artistic skills and interests. Keri Lee is prolific and designs in various media, including beading, jewelry making, card making and stamping. Keri started stamping in 2003 after attending a home party and hasn't looked back since. She now wonders what she ever did without her card-making hobby! Attesting to her creative diversity, Keri Lee's jewelry-making skills are broad, expanding from her ability to create stylish and sophisticated beginner pieces, to working with more advanced metalworking and clay techniques.
Teaching others to learn new crafting skills or expand their current skills is a passion of Keri's. She has enthusiastically joined the Annie's Online Classes faculty and has instructed three classes to date: Creative Coloring Techniques, Learn to Bead & Make Jewelry 101 and Learn to Bead & Make Jewelry 201. She looks forward to expanding her students' beginning skills with more intermediate-level classes in the future.
Keri Lee, currently living in South Carolina, is a stay-at-home mother of four and wife to a United States Air Force pilot. She has authored crafting articles for a variety of magazines and online media and has had her designs featured in numerous publications. When she's not busy playing with her kids, you'll find Keri Lee in her studio creating projects or researching and writing articles on crafting. Keri Lee's most recent book is Exquisite Embellishments for Paper Crafts and can be found at AnniesCatalog.com. She is the instructor of several Annie's Online Classes in beading, jewelry-making and coloring techniques.
I want to thank you for all the valuable hints and techniques that you share in this class. I took notes along with printing the downloads that you provided. I'm sure that I will be able to use these for a lot of different projects. I'm looking forward to seeing another class.
I have to admit I'm a little disappointed in the class. I took it to learn coloring with pencils in coloring books. I have several books of birds and I wanted to color them. I'm not interested in stamping or making cards. I'm also surprised that you don't sell any of the products used in the video. I've searched online and can't find some of the items and I don't live near an art supply store. Thanks anyway.
Great video, my first class. The techniques are explained very clearly. I really like the class because you learn things by doing them. Beautiful projects. I would recommend this class to everyone interested in learning coloring techniques. Take notes and have fun. :) Daisy