You ask we Listen ... What are you doing for National Scrapbook Day ? Well we are going to be at the Del Mar Fair Grounds with Scrapbook Expo April 30 and May 1st .
The San Diego show is one of my favorite shows ... I get to see all my local friends ... most of you know I am never home .
So whats in store for National Scrapbook Day week-end ... Scrapbook Expo is putting on some cool crops each day and Night ....and tons of Workshops ... Have you ever wanted to take a class of nothing but Basic Grey , SEI , GCD studios ?This is your time to learn techniques from some of the leaders in the industry in scrapbooking, papercrafts and rubber stamping .
The Rubber Cafe has teamed up with Cosmo Cricket and we are teaching also ... there is still plenty of room .. This particular project was shown in my booth last year in San Diego and so many of you asked if I would teach this ... so here it is
The Rubber Cafe (1 Hour)
Difficulty Rating (Basic/Intermediate)
Taught by Melissa Forsyth
Do you ever sit and wonder.... What am I going to buy for her /him?? Birthdays are fast approaching and it looks like you are going to go with your old stand by GIFT CARD. What if you could give the gift card in a package that would make everyone say "How did she do that"? In this class you are going to learn how to make a 3-D gift card holder to knock everyone's socks off.... Even your own when you look at what you have created. When you leave this class you are going to be bubbling over with ideas.... of what you can use of your own craft supplies to re-create the project over and over again. We are going to use Cosmo Cricket paper, Petaloo Flowers, ribbon, adhesive, glitter and a whole lot more ..... Retail value of Kit $30.00. *There will be a prize drawing for class participants* Please bring hot glue gun & sticks, fabric tac, and scissors.
COSTS: $25.00 PRE-REGISTRATION, $27.00 AT THE DOOR
FRIDAY & SATURDAY - 3:30pm
We have coupons for $2.00 off admission .... all you have to do is email firstname.lastname@example.org and he will email you your coupons ... print as many as you like and pass them around ...