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Classes coming up June and July


Tuesday 27th June 1.00pm to 3.30pm
- Card class at my home in Matamata
Tuesday 18th April 1.00pm to 3.30pm
- Card class at my home in Matamata

Saturday 1st July 12.30pm to 5pm
- Extravaganza at Otumoetai Bridge Club, Tauranga
Cost $35 for goodie bag, afternoon tea, prizes and four projects

Friday 7th July
8.00pm til late
 - Scrapbooking at the Matamata Bible Church cafe
Come along to this free event and find how to make quick and easy albums using products from Stampin' Up's Project Life range.

Wed 19th & Thurs 20th July 1.00pm to 3.30pm
- Kids school holiday classes
Come and make cards and other projects for the afternoon. Everything supplied. $12 per person

Tuesday 25th July 1.00pm to 3.30pm
- Card class at my home in Matamata
Tuesday 18th April 1.00pm to 3.30pm
- Card class at my home in Matamata

To enquire or book your space text Rhonda 027 596 2730 (New Zealand)

STAMP CAMP - Open to all. 6 - 8 October 2017
Stay in motel like accommodation at the tranquil Totara Springs Centre, Matamata
You will have a fun weekend of crafting and relaxing. There is even a hot pool to soak in!
Bookings are being taken for this camp now.
Contact me to express your interest!

Card making Classes
Make two cards that feature new products, or new techniques or fancy folds.
Classes cost $14 (or $12 if you bring your own adhesives).

These classes are held in my home. (Matamata, New Zealand)

Alternatively I can come to you and run a class. (Minimum of four people needed for this option.) Contact me for more details.

Children's Birthday Parties I can come to you and run a craft project for all the birthday guests to participate in. Birthday child receives a gift. Cost is $35 base fee plus $5 per child attending


 

 

 

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