Christmas Stamp Camp – book now!

Stamp Camp?  What’s a Stamp Camp you say?  Well…it’s not an overnight stay, but If you love stamping you are not going to want to miss this class. You will make two fancy fold cards (joy fold and centre step) and two standard cards. Learn all about Stampin’ Up! *NEW* Glass Glitter and Seam Binding Ribbon. Colour in using Stampin’ Up! blender pens and add sponging to create depth to your projects. All materials will be pre-cut and tools provided ready for you to put together.  The class is suitable for beginners and advanced stampers.

There will also be lucky door prizes and displays and afternoon tea is included. 

Date:      12.30 – 4pm Saturday 22 October 2011

Location:  Chisholm Community Centre, 15-19 Halley Street, Chisholm, Canberra
Cost: Kit A – $79
(including Merry & Type Stamp Set – wood mount) OR  Kit B – $70 (including Merry & Type Stamp Set – clear mount)* OR Class Only – $30 (limited seats available)
*you need to supply your own clear mounting blocks or they can be pre-ordered with the stamp set.

Special offer for Kit A and Kit B options only: Bonus instructions for two more cards and some gorgeous gift tags using the Merry & Type stamp set.

RSVP and payment due by 13 October 2011.

Check out the gorgeous creations you will make on the day…

This Stamp Camp has been organised by “Avid Inkers” a group of local Stampin’ Up! demonstrators.

Contact me today to join in the fun! Email:

Cheers and talk to you again soon.

Tania XX


Posted on September 28, 2011, in Christmas, Classes, Events and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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