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I’ll be hosting a class to make these cards. I’ll have all the stamps and inks available for your to use and all you have to do is order a kit and come along to the class. I have a morning class and an evening class on Tuesday 20th March.
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I am holding classes for this kit on 6th March. 10am & 7.30pm. If you purchase the full kit the class is free to attend. You can purchase your kit by using this link and use Hostess code M4FNXHRY – and you’ll get an extra gift waiting for you at the class. Just message me which class you’d like to attend and I’ll book you in.
This term I will be holding another Childrens Craft Course. The course is for children in years 2 and up. The course will run on Wednesdays 4pm-530pm commencing 14th February through till 28th March, 2018.
During the course the children will learn about colour theory and stamping techniques. The projects that they’ll be making this term will be a 3D Frame with coloured swirls, a set of 6 cards with a box, 8 easter baskets that the kids can put eggs into and give to their friends and 4 more cards using some water colour pencils.
If you’d like to book your kids into this class then send me an email and I’ll book them in. My classes are limited to 6 students to allow me time to spend with each student.
Day 7 brings these cute little bon bons made from the Year with Cheer Specialty Designer Series Paper.
I had a request for some boxes for a Christmas table that would hold 2-3 chocolates. This is what I found on YouTube. I love these little boxes so much that I’m going to make some for my Christmas table this year.
These are just two designs of from the Year of Cheer Specialty Designer Series Paper which is on the retiring list till its sold out.
I found a video on how to make these cure bon bons at Intertwyne Designs. They are so cute and I had to make them. There is a also a box that she made to fit 4 of these into.
Over the last 6 weeks I have held a craft course for kids. I have had 4 girls attending ranging from year 1 through to year 6. The girls have all enjoyed the course and have learnt a few techniques and some theory on papercrafts. The course was over 7 weeks during the school term. We have 1 more week to go.
They have been able to make a Scrapbook Album with 12 double sided pages, 8 Christmas cards & in the final week they will make two Christmas rosette ornaments.
This was the first time that I have conducted a craft course. I have held card classes for kids but never a course that they would build projects throughout the time. I can honestly say that I have really enjoyed the time with the girls as well. It has been lovely getting to know them and seeing their faces light up when they have created a project and that they are pleased with.
This is a photo of my first class. I had a tray for each of the kids ready to go but kept them from the table till they were ready for each item.
Here are all the projects that they have made over the 7 weeks.
In the first class we talked about Colours including Primary, Secondary and Tertiary colours. They created their own colour wheel.
I challenged each of the girls to stamp their name using the colours that we had just spoken about and then challenged them to stamp a butterfly using the colours of their name. This was created by one of the younger students. She did very well.
This was created by one of the girls in Year 6 who has had a lot more stamping experience. She loved these colours.