Have you signed up for the upcoming classes yet? Don't be disappointed as one customer was just recently. She completely missed all the Christmas cardmaking classes due to the busyness of life. Don't let that happen to you.
We have another cardmaking class tomorrow, though of course that now is full. We'll be making a Christmas card, a birthday card and two card fronts for your stash for those times when you get caught short. Does that happen to you? Funny isn't it how even though we know a birthday/anniversary falls on the same date every year, we suddenly realise the day before (if we're lucky) that this is the day!
Next thursday (24th) we have our calendar class. We've almost got all the samples complete now, just one more month to go and then cutting of kits. The ladies will be completing 12 mini pages (6 x 6) that will have space for one to two photos per month as well as the monthly calendar. These pages will be hanging from a frame that can stand on your desk, counter or shelf. Then next year you can take it, replace the calendar with another small photo and put these pages into a 6 x 6 album. A gift that can conceivably cover two years. Great to give to a Mom/Grandma who really doesn't want anything.
Then the following thursday, (Dec 1st) we have a quickie gift class. There we will be making gifts that you can give as hostess, co-worker or teacher gifts. Linda sent me a photo of the one she was making today...so darn cute!!! There will be three in total, so not to be missed, make sure you call before the class is full.
Do you like to colour? I hate it personally, but both Linda and my sister enjoy it. I found these Mandella drawings that you can colour and have as a focal point on your card or even as a portion of your scrapbook page. Head on over here where a very talented artist Thaneeya McArdle is sharing with anyone that wants to use her work for their personal use.
I have 10 baskets in total, well actually 9 because the Dollar Store has no more white, so I'm hoping I'll be able to pick one up somewhere else. The tags quickly show me what colour is in each basket. I was inspired by paint chips to make the labels using my cardstock scraps in a badge holder. They are hung with elastic at the moment, but I'll change that to be the appropriate colour ribbon soon. It has been really successful and looks quite neat too.
Talk to you all later, if I don't see you in the store soon....