May 31 2013
Parties not your thing? Have a virtual party! With our new online ordering and hostess codes, your friends’ shopping orders pool together and help earn you (or the group) FREE PRODUCTS!
If you prefer hands-on crafting time with an experienced demonstrator, then Stampin’ Up!® parties (also known as workshops) are the way to go.
I can teach you HOW to use the products you’re interested in. I can show you DIFFERENT WAYS of using your goodies, so you get full value and enjoyment out of them. With 6 years experience teaching paper crafters at workshops and parties, you can be assured that you and your guests are in good hands.
At an in-home party you will have the opportunity to see how easy it is to create hand-stamped projects such as cards, scrapbook pages and gifts.
Parties are FREE and ideal for beginners, as they provide an introduction to stamping.
As the host of a Stampin’ Up!® party you receive great benefits such as a complimentary copy of the current catalogues, a thank you gift, and exclusive hostess stamp sets and free products for qualifying workshops.
For more information on hosting a party, visit the Stampin’ Up! website here.
If you’ve been to an introductory workshop or two, or aren’t interested in hosting your own event, you might like to come along to a Class. Here you’ll have the opportunity to learn a range of techniques and gain experience with a wide variety of products, stamps and accessories, for a small fee. Gather your friends and book a Cardmaking Class, from $15 per person.
Thank you for your interest in attending one of our Papercraft Classes.
Please Note: Bookings for all Term 1 & 2 classes are now closed. Please feel free to download the class schedule so you can see the kinds of classes we offer. If you have any requests, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Click the image below to download the current Class Schedule.
STAMP CLUBS: Register your interest if you would like more info about joining one of our monthly stamp clubs. These are a fabulous way of building your craft supplies gradually over time, all the while learning how to use them!