Promotions & Upcoming Events

June 1, 2012
Release of new annual catalog

Classes and Workshops

If you are interested in hosting a workshop and/or attending a class, please do not hestitate to contact me with any questions you may have.

What is a class?
About once a month, I plan on having a class at my home where participants can make greeting cards and other projects with the Big Shot. For each class, I will have 3 to 5 cards and/or projects for participants to make. You can come over and I will have a table set up with all the supplies, and you simply move from one card/project station to the next. During these classes, I am there to provide instruction and guidance on how to make each item, to answer any questions you may have about Stampin Up products, and to give any advice or tips about personal creative projects you may be interested in making!

I will provide all stamping/crafting supplies (i.e. paper, rubber stamps, ink, etc.) except adhesive. A fee is charged to attend each class. The class fees will vary depending on the number and type of projects being made, but will typically range from $10-25. Certain incentives/discounts may also be offered during my classes.

My goals:
My goal in organizing these classes is to give people a chance to tap into their creative side regardless of whether you feel you are a beginner or advanced crafter. Enjoy some "me" time while crafting and stamping with others who love it just as much as you do, and go home with beautiful handmade items to share with others. I will be there to guide you through each project and to answer any questions you may have about anything.

More Details about my classes:
Each class will have a different theme, and may be centered around a particular stamp set, holiday/occasion, or Big Shot project. I will post the details of each class on my blog and calendar. Please RSVP by the deadline indicated for each class so I can be sure to have enough materials prepared. For each class, I provide all materials (i.e. paper, scissors, stamps, ink, etc.) EXCEPT adhesive.  I kindly ask attendees to bring their own adhesive.

Host a Workshop

What is a workshop?
A workshop is a creative event hosted by you where you can invite your friends and family to particiapte in the fun. I will work with you one-on-one to determine a date and time for your workshop that works for you. The workshop can be held at your home or mine! I will provide the projects and materials, and all you need to do is have fun stamping and spending time with family and friends! For more information, click here.

What are the benefits of hosting a workshop?
Workshops are not only a great and fun way to get together with family or friends to explore your creativity, but it also a wonderful way to earn free Stampin Up! products. When you host a workshop, you can earn hostess dollars to go towards free Stampin Up Products. Start earning hostess dollars when workshop sales orders total a minimum of $150 before tax and shipping.
Click here to learn more about hostess benefits.

What is the difference between a class and a workshop?
A workshop is more like a stamping/crafting party. You, as the host, get to invite some of your friends and family over for an afternoon/evening of mingling and catching up while creating cards and other projects using Stampin Up products. If your family and friends decide to place an order for any products as a result of the workshop, you - the hostess - earn hostess benefits based on the total amount of order sales. There are no fees when you decide to host a workshop, which can be done in your home or mine!

Classes, on the other hand, are events I organize and hold at my home. A fee is usually charged to attend my classes where participants make 3 to 5 cards and/or projects.

With both workshops and classes, I will provide the projects to made and all materials (except adhesive for my classes) needed.


Here are some photos from a class/workshop I hosted with my family members. It was a great way to get crafters of all ages involved!

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