For the months of Jan - March, my "Crafty Chicks and Chocolate Night" will be on Sunday afternoons from 1-4, due to some family commitments we have going on on Saturdays for the next few months.
As always, there will be plenty of chocolate and wine and snacks of various sorts. :) My goal for this event is to have a bunch of you come, hang out, use my tools, and be inspired with your crafting. Don't consider yourself a "crafty chick"? Then this is YOUR chance to get the crafting mojo! Bring your unfinished projects, or projects you've completed and just plain don't like -- they need a little pizzazz, but not sure what -- and get some constructive critiquing from the "experts". :) (I'd hardly call myself and expert, but would be happy to offer suggestions.)
Bring your own scrapping or stamping projects and use my tools, stamps, inks, punches, etc. for a small fee.
Cost is $5 and includes:
-- Chocolate, wine and snacks
-- Access to all of my non-consumable supplies -- Big Shot die cutting machine, dies (I have almost all of them!), embosslits, sizzletts, embossing folders, stamps, inks, punches, etc. -- you bring your own papers.
-- Not familiar with Stampin' Up? Haven't ever tried their wonderful paper crafting products? Use my paper supplies to create some cards and pay $1 extra per card that you make using my card stock.
-- I also plan to have some "card kits" available for $1.50 each -- these will be a kit similar to what we have at a class -- grab your packet and have all the supplies inside to create a card -- advice freely offered for which stamps/inks will work best with your chosen "kit". Envelopes not included.
Friends are always welcome, just include them in your RSVP. Space limited to the first 10 to RSVP.
I look forward to crafting with you soon!
Directions to my house: Go North on Stillwater Road -- make a sharp left to go around the LHC Gravel Pit (i.e. don't go straight, past the chain link fence into the gravel pit :) -- continue North on Stillwater Road. Turn Right on Jossie Lane -- look for a row of mailboxes on the left, and a long row of pine trees on the right -- that's our road. We are the first house on the left -- 151 Jossie Lane.