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My regular workshops wrap up for the season this week, but this summer I’m going to offer some special edition classes to help you chase those summertime blues away!  These classes are held on the weekends, and give us a chance to work on some more challenging projects in a longer time frame. Learn some great skills and techniques to take your crafting to the next level!  Best of all – if you can’t attend in person (due to either scheduling or geography), you can still purchase the tutorial package, at a reduced cost!

Saturday, July 6 – Fancy Folds 1                                    
11am – 3pm
Registration Deadline: Thursday, June 20th

$35 – cost includes a pack of 12 x 12” Designer Series Paper of your choice. Sign up for both Fancy Folds classes for only $50!

We will be making four fancy fold cards:

  • Twist and Pop card
  • Pop-up card
  • Waterfall card
  • Bendi card

Light snacks provided, as well as a written tutorial for you to keep.

 

 

 

Saturday, July 27 – Butterfly Frame
11am – 2pm
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, July 16th

$25 – cost includes a frame and a pack of 6 x 6” Designer Series Paper of your choice. We will be making a framed project starring Butterfly Gala. This project makes a great gift, or keep it yourself and enjoy!

Light snacks provided, as well as a written tutorial for you to keep.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, August 10 – Fancy Folds 2
11am – 3pm
Registration Deadline: Thursday, July 25th

$35 – cost includes a pack of 12 x 12” Designer Series Paper of your choice. Sign up for both Fancy Folds classes for only $50!

We will be making four fancy fold cards:

  • Pop up stage card
  • Spinner pop up card
  • Shutter card
  • Slider card

Light snacks provided, as well as a written tutorial for you to keep.

Saturday, August 24 – 3D items
11am – 3pm
Registration Deadline: Thursday, August 8th

$35 – cost includes a pack of 12 x 12” Designer Series Paper of your choice.

We will be making five 3D gift items:

  • DSP gift bag
  • Post-it Note Holder
  • Triangle Treat Box
  • Star-Shaped Treat Holder
  • Self-Closing Box

Light snacks provided, as well as a written tutorial for you to keep.

Contact me today to register for any of these events, or order the tutorial package! I’m excited to craft with you!

Please visit my 24/7 online store by clicking above, or contact me: lauralyzer@gmail.com.


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This week’s Stampin’ Sunday video will show you how to make a simple treat pocket using the Envelope Punch Board. I can’t believe this awesome tool is retiring, so I had to show you one of my favourite projects with it before it’s gone!

You’ll need:
Envelope Punch Board
DSP cut to 4.5″ square

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Have you made any other cool creations with the Envelope Punch Board? Share a photo in the comments below! I love to see your creations!

Happy Stampin’!

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This fun treat holder is really quick and easy to make! It makes a perfect party favour, seasonal treat for Easter, Christmas, Valentines, or other, or just a ‘thinking of you’ gift for someone you care about.

Cardstock: 2 x 6.5” – score at 2.75 and 3.75”
DSP: 6.5 x 1.5” – score at 1, 3, 4, 6”

The treat holder holds three mini chocolate bars (Hershey’s nuggets), so you will also need three strips of DSP to wrap the nuggets, cut to 3 x 1.5”.

Start by scoring your cardstock and DSP. After scoring, you can use the scalloped tag topper punch to punch both ends of your cardstock.

Use strong adhesive (e.g. Tear and Tape) to fold the long DSP strip into a band.

This band will slide easily over the cardstock treat holder.

Use the three smaller strips of DSP to wrap around your chocolate nuggets.

Place the nuggets between the two score lines on your cardstock treat holder.

Decorate the treat holder as desired, including an 8″ length of ribbon to tie it closed.

I’ve also posted a video of this project!

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Have you made any other treat holders? Share them in the comments below! I love to see your creations!

Happy Stampin’!

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I am an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in Nanaimo, BC. I love creating cards and other handmade projects, and I love showing others how they can make their own creations! I hope you can find creative inspiration through my blog and my classes. Thanks for stopping by!

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