Frosty Holiday Cards

So many of us are eager to get started on our holiday cards that I thought I’d do two sets of holiday cards, one in October and one in November. October’s cardmaking workshop features the Frosty paper pack with subtle colors of gray, frosty turquoise, whisper and Kraft and just a pop of color in blush and ruby. I have two versions of the cards shown below. The second set is designed for the holidays and the first set are gorgeous seasonal winter cards. We’ll make 5 each of the three cards. You can choose either set, or even mix and match!

We’ll make 2 each of five fancy fold cards like those shown below:

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We’ll meet on Thursday morning, October 17th, for some tea and coffee, cake and cookies and fellowship while we enjoy creating these beautiful cards. For those that can’t make it on a weekday, I’ll repeat the class on Sunday, October 20th.

Workshop is limited to 10 participants. RSVP by October 10th so that I may have your materials prepared for you.

When: Thursday October 17th at 9am, or

Sunday, October 20th at 2pm

Where: 1832 Birch Rd, McLean VA 22101
Cost: $20 for 15 cards with envelopes

RSVP: 703-790-3497

You can purchase this kit to work on at home.  Everything will be pre-cut, necessary pieces will be stamped, and all accessories included.  I will provide you with a photocopy of the cards so that you can create them at home.  The prices are as follows:

  • $20.00 – you need to pick them up
  • $23.00 – mailed to you first class
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1-571-276-5405
Mariefarson@juno.com

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