Saturday, February 21, 2009

Good Friend Gift Set Class

Can you keep a secret? I have to admit, when I first saw the the Good Friend stamp set, I was less than impressed. It was a cute little bird, but I really didn't realize then, how much I would actually come to LOVE it! It is usually that way for me though. Sometimes a set just grows on you. I will be posting more samples from this fun retro set in the future, so stay tuned.

My March Specialty Class will feature this fun, fresh, new set in a fabulous little gift set. This class will take a full 3 hours in which you will learn some fun ways to use Chipboard, Craft Ink, and Designer Series Paper to make cards, gift tags, and a cute box/bag to hold it all.

There are 2 sessions to choose from, a daytime class and an evening class. Another great option would be to host this as a "Specialty Class Party" and earn hostess benefits!

Dates: Thursday, March 12 9:00 am - Noon
Thursday, March 12 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

Cost: You choose
Option1: $25
Includes: pre-cut supplies to make one complete gift set

Option 2: $55
Includes: Good Friend Stamp Set, Good Morning Sunshine DSP Pack, So Tweet chipboard set, pre-cut supplies to make one complete set, BONUS #1 - color instructions to take home so you can make more sets! BONUS #2 - Sale-A-Bration item of your choice!

Registration for this class closes on March 5th, and space is limited in each session, so reserve your spot today by calling or emailing me.

"What is a Specialty Class Party?"
A specialty class party is where you gather your friends together, and everyone pays the registration fee for the specialty project you choose host. (in this case the Good Friend gift set). Your guests pre-pay for the class and we come to your house (or mine) to hold the class. The registration fees go toward your "party" sales toward hostess benefits. It is a fabulously, fun, way to get a private class for your and your friends and you can get the hostess freebies! I have many other options for Specialty Class Party's too. Contact me for more information!

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