Monday, 15 April 2019

Love You to Pieces Class in the Mail

This month Laura and I are using the Love You to Pieces bundle for our class in the mail. The projects this month are in a more masculine colour scheme to suite the men in your life. However, they can easily be recreated in different colours to suite the little ones and women in your life!

In this class, that you can do at home whenever suits you best, we'll be creating 7 cards - 2 each of three designs and one fun fold card.

  • The only additional supplies you'll need are: basic gray and crushed curry inks. 
  • Substitutions: substitutions of equal or lesser value can be made if you already own the products included in the class. Must be specified at time of order.
  • Email to order your class in the mail.
  • Registration closes April 25th. 
  • Supplies will be ordered on the 26th and be prepped and ready for pick up or shipped by the 6th of May, providing there are no back orders.
Here's a quick video that shares what is included, the supplies you need and a peek at the projects.

Class Options

Option 1: This includes the Love You to Pieces bundle (stamp set + framelits) ($54); solid black bakers twine ($4); all pre cut supplies to create the 7 cards (2 each of 3 designs) and one with a fun fold; and step-by-step instructions, with measurements (in case you want to recreate the projects) to complete each of the projects. 

Cost for this option is $67 and is available across Canada. Shipping extra. With this option your tutorial and class kits are free! That's a $35 value!!

Option 2: Includes just the tutorial, no supplies. This option is perfect if you live outside of Canada, are a demonstrator or already own all the products included in the class. Cost is $20 and can be ordered through my tutorial page.

Option 3: This option is for members of the Treasure Stampers team of demonstrators. You will receive all the pre cut supplies and the tutorial. You provide the stamps and ink. Cost is $15 + shipping if needed.

Deadline to register is April 26th.


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