September 22, 2009
With the school holidays just about here, the kids program for the holidays is now complete, if you go the Current Workshops and Classes (seen on your screen to the right) you will find the link that shows you the program. You will see that we have changed the age groups, grouping all the age groups together, hopefully making it easier for all. Another change is that there will be a maximum of 10 children per class (min. 6 children), so in order not to miss out, book early (if you book and pay a week in advance you also qualify for discount!!). To book you can contact us by phone, email or just pop into the shop.
September 3, 2008
There are some beautiful new classes for you to choose from this month, which include card making, scrapbooking and an off the page project – Whimsy Shadowbox.
Whimsey Shadowbox is scheduled for Saturday 13th September, this wonderful class is an all day event (6 hours), with the results being a very unique, personalized project that could be for yourself or a gift for someone (don’t forget, Christmas is fast approaching!!!). If you wish to attend this class, you need to be booked in by Wednesday 10th September (not this Wednesday as I said in an email – tried to loose a week!!!), as you can imagine, there are limited places for this class – book now so you don’t miss out.
September 28, 2007
School holidays are well and truely on us, so now that we are ‘back on line’ we can upload the holiday schedule (I hope!!). There are great classes to choose from, including some that centre around Christmas, eg. cards, bon bons and a Santa table decoration. These are but a few of the selection to choose from.
If you hit on the following link to get to the class information: kids-classes-october-2007.pdf
July 27, 2007
The August class schedule is now available. You will notice on this months schedule that there are some new classes, a couple of these are Cricut and Cuttlebug related, while another new one is for those of you who would like to learn a little bit more about scrapbooking in a class, while doing your own project – well now you can. The class that you will be looking for is Crop it with Confidence, if you go to the Class Information you will find out more about it. classes-august2007.pdf
May 30, 2007
June classes have now been posted onto the blog, so check them out and see which ones you would like to come to. They cover from basics to the more advanced. If you hit onto the following link, it will take you straight to the schedule. classes-june2007.pdf , or ring us for class bookings on 98425714, or email us by clicking the email link at the top of the page. Looking forward to seeing you at the classes.
May 7, 2007
From now until the end of May, attend a Scrapbook Designs class with a friend and you both receive $5 off your class fee. So get the girls together and get on down! It’s a great chance even to shout a friend to a fun night out! Cheaper than dinner and without the extra calories, why not join us for one of our May classes and learn a heap of inspiring ideas and techniques PLUS walk away with FINISHED projects. Oh what fun…For a list of all classes running in May check here classes-may2007.pdf
April 9, 2007
The school holidays are here and that means depending on the weather, there are lots of activities going on outside and inside!! We have some fantastic new classes for both the adults and the kids this month! Why not join us for the NEW “Bonza Backgrounds” in which techniques are unbundant!! or maybe you have only just started rubber stamping or card making and would like to expand your knowledge and gain fantastic new skills in our NEW “Beyond the Basics – Focus on Rubber Stamping & Cardmaking. Below are the 3 cards you will finish using some of the many products we will explore this Thursday night 12th April from 7-9.30pm. There are still spaces available so please contact us if you would like to attend. You don’t need to bring anything but your enthusiasm to have a great time.
And not forgetting the kids, we have lots of NEW workshops to keep them entertained. Check out all the details at newsletter-april2007.pdf.