Thursday 24 May 2018

May Classes - fun 4 piece gift set

Our May card making classes this month have been a great success, with 25 of these 4 piece gift sets already made at class, with a final class this Saturday.

You can make the whole set out of 1 sheet of 12x12" thick paper/cardstock, an A5 piece of matching card and a few pieces of white card for the sentiments! Add in some embellishments and ribbon and you have a fantastic set to give away (or keep of course!).

Here are 2 sets of finished designs, shared by Karen and Tara from our Tuesday evening class. They both use the new Share What You Love 12x12" papers which are available from 1st June, or as part of a bundle right now.

The class set consists of a covered notepad (included), a tag, box and an "impossible" card.  It suits a thick weight paper/card for best results - and this new paper is perfect.

If you want to join us in Milton Keynes (Bucks, UK) on Saturday and have not yet booked in, just EMAIL me for more information. The class cost is £15, there are plenty of hints and tips included, and even something nice to pop into your box.

If you can't make the class, I do have a UK postal option available for you. This includes pre cut/scored card, full written instructions with measurements, magnets for the box closure, matching ribbon, button and white card for your own choice of sentiments. All you need to add will be adhesive and sentiments of your choice.

Choose from the Myths and Magic set (Unicorns, Wizards, Dragons, Mermaids)
Or Share What You Love set (florals as above).

The cost of the set posted is £8 including postage. 
Add additional sets for £5 each with no additional postage required..
Gift box contents are not included in the postal option.

You can order using the following direct links (pay by credit card). Indicate your choice of design, plus the quantities required in the notes section. Please allow 5 working days for your order to be processed, The Myths and Magic option will not be available after 31st May.

 Any questions? Please ask.

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