Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Book now to reserve your place

Places are filling fast for my Monthly Monday workshops!

Just to recap, each month we’ll make beautiful projects, try new techniques and, of course, have lots of crafting fun. We'll make three or four projects (occasionally two), which will give me the flexibility to devise projects with more embellishments or more detail. They will be suitable for crafters of all abilities. 

Workshops planned so far:
18th May: Ways to use blender pens for colourful cards
22nd June: Pockets – pocket cards, bookmark card etc
27th July: Contain yourself: Decorate a mint tin with mini album to go inside – and more

All workshops take place from 7.30pm-9.30pm at the usual venue (DE7).

The cost of £5.50 per person is payable at least a week in advance and includes all equipment and materials. Please bring your own adhesive but don't worry if you forget - also any special adhesives (eg Sticky Strip, Stampin' Dimensionals) will be supplied. 

You’ll also receive a Loyalty Card which you can use at any of my events where you pay a fee. When you have five stamps on your card, you can order a free gift of Stampin’ Up! merchandise, such as ribbon, ink pad or cardstock.

Sounds like fun? Please email me to check availability. And if you miss out this time, don't worry - more workshops will be announced soon. 

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