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Thursday, November 11, 2010

NEW! Christmas Banner Class



Banners are all the rage right now...and why not? They're so fun to make, and really there's not an event that wouldn't be complete without one! They make wonderful decorations for just about any occasion...not to mention great gifts!

So join me then, this chilly winter season and together we'll make this super cute "Be Merry" banner to adorn your entry way, fireplace mantle, or wall all December long. We'll use the "Everybody Loves Christmas" line with it's cute little snowmen and whimsical color palette from Echo Park along with some super cute one-of-a-kind embellishments and trims. We'll also learn how to make those popular rosettes you've been seeing everywhere...and then you'll be hooked! You'll be using them on your layouts for years to come, along with gift bags and boxes, handmade cards, and more!

This class is being offered at three stores this holiday season, so you won't be able to miss it!

Irvine
Friday, December 3rd at 6:00pm
(949) 756-2729

Huntington Beach
Sunday, December 5th at 1:00pm
(714) 841-1801

Long Beach
Saturday, December 11th at 10:00am
(562) 377-0302

6 comments:

Michelle

Nicole this is really cute!! Wish I could come and make one!!

Kris

Super cute!

Ly Thien Le

So super cute! I'm loving how your blog banner is matching your class! Too cute! =D

Papertrails by a paper lover

Banners are definitely hot! Yours is super adorable! If I lived closer I would so be there!

alicecarman

Super uber cute! As always you make fabulous so easy.

~Army Wife Molly~

Hi Nicole, I found you on The Scrapbook Garden website and would love to attend this class with my mom. She and I are newbies though so I'm wondering if we'd be okay in the class? Would you mind emailing me at armywifemolly at me dot com? I started dabbling in cardmaking a few months ago and my mom starting...mmm...a week ago! lol I have seen many banners on blogs, but have NO idea where to start! Also, I'd love to learn lots of techniques and find my "style" etc. I look forward to hearing from you!

Thanks!
Molly (armywifemolly at me dot com)