Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
A few more questions answered about workshops...
Do I charge for workshops?
No I do not, I do however charge for classes where their are multiple things being made. These are usually advertised and payment is needed before the class.
What is the difference between a workshop and a class?
Workshops are when you get your friends, family around and we all make at least one item. Workshops are done to try to earn you free products and introduce your friends to Stampin' Up! Workshops are usaully held from 4 - 12 people, whereas classes are designed for a larger group, usually 10 - 20 people who are advised beforehand what they are making.
I would like top place an order, do I have to host a workshop?
Orders can be placed whenever you would like items, no you do not have to host a workshop, but it is more beneficial if you do, as others may order and you can earn free product.
How do I organise a workshop?
Just give me a call, comment to this post, or drop me an email and we can organize the date and time that would suit you.
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Here is a card that I made for Ray for our first wedding anniversary, lucky for me the first years marriage gift is paper, so it suited me to a tea!
This is the card:
I used the bella bleu DSP onto a base of chocolate chip. I have also used the three little words set, again stamped in chocolate chip. I used my eyelet border on whisper white and black, it is a gorgeous punch! I also used some hodge podge to try and make the card a litle masculine. I just tore the black to give it more dimension on the card.