These Are the Days ATC Holder

Artist and Instructor~Debby Schuh
Friday, July 10, 2009 5:00p-9:00p
Dinner and Workshop fee: $65.00
ATC Holder available for pre-order $15.00

Please join us in welcoming New York Designer and Artist Debby Schuh for a full evening of fun and creativity. We will start with a catered dinner from 5:00 to 6:00pm followed by our workshop.

Back by popular demand but remodeled with all new products, you’ll tranform a 7gypsies ATC card holder into a fanciful home for your treasured memories of yesterday, TODAY, and tomorrow. Sometimes we think that “those” were the good old days, but TODAY is the day to make good memories! This little holder will display your everyday memories on little layouts and pockets in a nostalgic style, but with a fresh burst of color and whimsy.

You’ll learn new techniques for playing with paper and embellishments, painting and distressing and creating something lovely. If you’ve already taken the first version of this class, these cards are designed to be added to your project or display on a new holder.

Your kit will contain several sheets of K&Company Cut n Paste 12x12” papers, a full package of 264 pieces of ephemera and October Afternoon Wild Cards, ribbons, tiny trinkets, crepe paper, a package of 50 blank ATC cards, transparencies, and more. You’ll be getting enough product to make many more projects at your leisure.

Supplies for students to bring to class:
12” paper trimmer, ruler, pencil, scissors, Ranger Ink Blending tool, Non-stick Craft Mat, Distress Ink Stamp Pad: Vintage Photo, tape runner adhesive, Crop a dile or 1/8” hole punch, stapler or tiny attacher, foam squares, sand paper. Optional: decorative scissors – small scallop, Roladex punch or ATC punch.

All class fees are prepaid. Contact class manager Dede Warren at 714-757-0558 to reserve your place in this class. You may also reserve your place in person at the store by check, check, cash or credit card, or via phone with your credit card. Call us if you need assistance...we'll be happy to help!