Sunday, September 23, 2012

Upcoming stamping classes

Hey friends!

I've weathered the beginning of a new school year. The whirlwind is winding down and I have finally caught my breath. I've found a minute or two to make a schedule for upcoming stamping classes and I am looking forward to stamping with you over the coming months!

Christmas Card Club
Monday, September 24th, 7 to 9pm --- the club will make 4 cards, 2 each of 2 designs, plus one ornament. The cards made this month are inspired by samples featured in the Holiday catalog. Club members place a minimum $35; for non-club members the tuition is $10 or FREE with a minimum $30 order. RSVP today!


Techniques Club
Tuesday, September 25th, 7 to 9pm -- the club will make several Christmas ornaments inspired by the Holiday catalog. Club members place a minimum $25; for non-club members the tuition is $10 or FREE with a minimum $20 order. RSVP today!
made with ornament framelit

made with Be of Good Cheer DSP



















Ghoulish Ghouls treat bags
Monday, October 15th, 7 to 9pm
Make 10 treat bags using the Ghoulish Googlies Designer kit (found on page 27 of the Holiday catalog). These bags are perfect for the office, classroom treats, party favors, etc. Class tuition is $15 (includes the kit). Want the coordinating Googly Ghouls stamp set? Buy the bundle and the class is FREE (bundle costs -- clear $20 or wooden $25)! RSVP and pre-pay tuition (or bundle) by October 1st.
Ghoulish Googlies treat bag

Moving Forward cards
Monday, October 29th, 7 to 9pm
Make 3 cards using the Moving Forward stamp set; class tuition includes the purchase of the Moving Forward stamp set. Stampin Up donates $3 from the purchase of this set to the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) see page 209 of the annual catalog for more information. Class tuition -- $22 clear stamp set or $28 wooden stamp set. RSVP and pre-pay tuition by October 15th.
RMHC Moving Forward card

RMHC Moving Forward card

RMHC Moving Forward card

















Christmas cards from tags
Tuesday, November 6th, 7 to 9pm
Make 5 Christmas cards using Stampin Up's Snow Festival Printed tags (page 12 of the Holiday catalog) and note card & envelope set (page 160 of the annual catalog). Class tuition includes the printed tags and note card set; with the supplies remaining after the class, you can make 15 more cards at home! Class tuition is $15 (or FREE with a minimum $30 order); RSVP and pre-pay tuition by October 21st.

Christmas gift tags with tin
Monday, November 19th, 7 to 9pm
Perfect for a last-minute hostess gift or dress up your holiday gifts! Make 16 festive Christmas gift tags and a coordinating decorative tin.  Class tuition is $10 (or FREE with a minimum $30 order); RSVP and pre-pay tuition by November 5th.
Christmas gift tags


Cookie gift bags
Saturday, December 1st, 1 to 3pm
These cookie gift bags make great teacher, co-worker, or neighbor gifts---just add your favorite cookies! Tuition includes the Season of Sweets Designer kit (see pg 15 of the Holiday catalog) with materials for 12 cookie bags. Class tuition is $12 (or FREE with a minimum $30 order); RSVP and pre-pay tuition by November 15th.
Cookie bag (cookie not included with class)

Scrapbook pages from kit
Friday, December 7th, 7 to 9pm
Make a fabulous 2-page holiday scrapbook spread. A great gift for your favorite scrapbooker--or keep it for your own scrapbook! All materials included in the Snowflake Season Simply Scrappin' Layout kit (see pg 21 of the Holiday catalog). Class tuition is $13 (or FREE with a minimum $30 order); RSVP and pre-pay tuition by November 21th.

Current Stampin Up promotions:
September is Back to Spool time! For every $40 ordered, pick a FREE roll of 3/8" stitched satin ribbon. Orders can be placed online, in person, or on a workshop order.   Details hereShop now--my online store is open 24/7!

Need an annual or holiday catalog? No problem! I'd be happy to send one your way. Drop me an email with your name and address.

Stamping is fun!

Terri
410-647-4011
terhare@hotmail.com

PS--check out my stampinghare stamping tutorials on YouTube.

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