2017 Classes: Avondale Heights, Melbourne
Stay tuned - classes will be commencing in February 2017. I'll be back in late January with dates and details (once the school calendar comes out.)
Are you looking for a card making class in Melbourne? You've come to the right place. Scroll down for dates and details.
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ARRIVAL TIME FOR CLASSES:
** Note: With after school activities for the kids we're often squeezing in dinner just before class. Please aim to arrive around 7.25pm for evening classes as we'll be running around like headless chooks getting home and organised. For daytime classes please aim to arrive anytime after 9.50am. Much appreciated!
General Class Information
I hold classes at my house in Avondale Heights, Melbourne. Classes are held at my dining table. Friendly and fun - all welcome.
HOW DO I FIND OUT DATES?
I often publish the class dates and details in my newsletter first so make sure you subscribe to that (there's a sign up box up at the top right there) if you're keen to catch a class.
HOW MANY PEOPLE AT A CLASS?
There's a maximum of 8 people per class and dates do book out, so it is a good idea to book early. If a class you're interested in is booked out, please ask to go on the waiting list in case of cancellations. Often a place becomes available.
Classes are suitable for beginners and experienced stampers and card makers. I aim to keep things friendly, fun and relaxed.
WHAT DO I BRING?
Just bring yourself and your class fee. All tools and materials are supplied.
Class fee is $25 (unless otherwise specified.) Payable at the class.
If you cannot make a class you've booked for, please let me know as soon as possible so that someone else can possibly take your place at the table. Don't forget to write the date in your diary/calendar/phone.
Hope to see you at a class. It is a great way to try some new products and techniques, meet some friendly crafters and build up a stash of cards.
Cheers, Sue Madex
Here's a look at some of the cards we've made at classes in the past few years:
(Card above inspired by Kirsty Brown.)