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Emma xx
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in England UK. All things Stampin' Up for card making, scrapbooking, wedding stationery, gifts, card making classes, scrapbooking classes, gift making classes.

Friday, May 1, 2009

My Lovely Sunday Class

This is my group of ladies that I teach on a Sunday once a month in Spalding at a shop called Carols Cards.

We made a set of drawers and 3 mini magazine files like these (these are the ones I took as an example)





I had both beginners and old hands alike and they all managed fine.  I even had my hubby making it as well.  Here are my ladies first and then I will show you their work

Here are Corinna and Megan and 


and here are Sue, Pat and Anne


They all do work really tidily (not lol) but they all have fun and that is the whole point of my classes.

Here are their versions of the project

This is Corrinas Megans Sues


Pat Anne


I even managed to get my hubby in on the act!!!! (he who says that crafting is a wasted of time)

We had a great time and their next project is on the table in one of the above photos, a rucksack which will have a mini book in it.

I can't wait and I think all of my ladies (and hubby) are fab.

Unfortunately I didn't make it into the Stamp With Us DT but congratulations to all those who did.

I have however been working on a new project with some crafty friends of mine (who quite literally live all over the world) that I will be able to share with you very very soon. Watch this space!!!!

Emma xx


5 comments:

  1. What great projects to work on Emma - think we may need a demo! Well done you for teaching so successfully (and for getting Andy to hav a go!!) x Michelle

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  2. Oh wow Emma! They are cool projects!

    Jo :)

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  3. Good job I dont come to your class pal if you have to be tidy LOL xx

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  4. no you don't have to be tidy at all, I love seeing things in a mess. It means that people are creating

    Emma xx

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  5. Emma I love this project now I wish I worked fridays/sundays when you come to the shop.

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