Local (in-person) classes are typically held at my Stamp Me Crafty Studio located at my home in Atascocita, Texas. I also offer Online & Classes To-Go for those who prefer to craft at their leisure in the comfort of their own home, or like me… in my PJ’s!
All classes and events are posted to My Calendar, along with the details of each class; there is also a link to register for each class at the bottom of the calendar page. I require payment at time of registration for all classes in order to reserve your spot.
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What are Classes Like?
Classes are casual, fun and relaxed with an easy going, interactive atmosphere. Dress in comfortable clothes… we aren’t fancy around here! Stampers tend to help one another and share their tips and ideas; some are experienced crafters, others are just getting their feet wet, and some are simply enjoying a fun and creative “girls night out.” Classes are kept small so that everyone has plenty of time to relax, have fun and finish their projects. And of course, I’m there to help guide you as well!
Everyone receive a “Class Kit” that contains all the paper supplies you’ll need to create your cards or projects along with instructions. The remainder of supplies (stamps, ink, etc) are shared among the class attendees; you’ll only need to bring your favorite adhesives and basic tools (paper scissors, bone folder, etc). If there are any additional supplies needed for a specific class, it will be noted in the Class Description located on the calendar or it will be provided with in class.
What Should I Bring?
All Classes are B.Y.O.A. – Bring Your Own Adhesive!
Stampers should bring a Basic Supply Kit to class with their favorite adhesives and tools. You don’t need to bring everything you own! A small basic tool kit is all you’ll need. If you are new to paper-crafting or need help putting together a basic kit, please let me know, I’m be happy to help! But…
PLEASE, PLEASE do not let the lack of adhesives or tools keep you from trying out a class! I have some basic supply kits to share with those who are new or who may want to try out a class before committing themselves to a new hobby.