October 3, 2015 World Cardmaking Day

birthday miss you wedding People give each other cards to celebrate birthdays, weddings, achievements and more, as well as to commiserate or support. But how much does your sentiment mean, if it’s simply bought from a retail chain with little thought? Take some time this Card Making Day and create something heartfelt from scratch, and show the recipient that you’ve really thought about them.

November Handmade Card Class

Here’s a pic of the cards we made in the November Kathy’s Handmade Card Class.
Kits are still available.

My next classes will be sometime in January 2012.  When I get the dates I will post them and send out e-mails.
Thank you to all of you who attended my classes in 2011.  It was a fun year of making cards and teaching them.

Wishing you the Happiest of Holidays!

Q’s Creative Blog Hop

Fellow cardmaker, Sue Neal is having a Blog Hop today.  I have taken a few classes from Sue.  She is very nice and has some great ideas.

This is a card that I will be teaching in my August classes.  It could be a friendship card, a summer card, or a birthday card.  I left the sentiment blank so you could decide.  I have been teaching cardmaking for about 10 years.  It’s so fun to create and send a handmade card!

Now hop on back to Sue’s blog…

GOOD NEWS!

I have a place is Davis County for the next two months to hold my class.  It will be at Hemstitched Heirlooms.  The address is 585 W. 2600 S. Bountiful, UT@ “The Square”  formerly called “Colonial Square.”  I have new dropdowns for you under June and July “Pay for Classes and Kits.”  You can sign up online or if you want to let me know you are coming you can pay at class.  YAY!!!
The dates are June 21st and July 19th 6-8 pm.