Here's a hint of what we were making.
I guess that photo is more than a hint but then again the project kit is more than just a Tin of Cards. We were surprised as to just how much you get in the kit and there's definitely plenty of the embellishments left over to make other cards.
Everyone who came received the Tin of Cards project kit together with the co-ordinating Tin of Cards stamp set.
This is what everyone found when they arrived for the day - the box with the tin and a whole bag of other goodies and of course I little something made by me.
Some of the ladies having fun, although some of them do seem to have lapsed and are concentrating a little too hard.
Here is a closer look at the little something that I made for everyone.
I used one of the Sketched Polka Dots Tag a Bag Gift Bag as the envelope and decorated it with banners made from the 2015-2017 In Color Envelope Paper, the Silver Fancy Foil Designer Vellum and some Mint Macaron card stock.
Making the banners was a cinch because I used the Banner Triple Punch.
The next date for an All Day Event has now been set for 26 September and it's going to be a Getting Ready for Christmas Event. I know it's only September but at least it's not July! In fact, all the dates for classes for the remainder of the year are now up on the Events & Classes page.
Here's a couple of the other cards that I made using some of the left over embellishments and also the Tin of Cards stamp set and 2015-2017 In Color Envelope Paper.
These are some (but not all) of the products that everyone received yesterday for their £45.00 class fee. There were over £50 worth in their goody bags.
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