2015 Classes: Avondale Heights, Melbourne
Are you looking for a card making class in Melbourne? You've come to the right place.
Classes have finished for 2014. Thank you to all of my lovely class ladies who've come along to a class this year. I've really enjoyed the time spent with you getting creative.
Classes will kick off again in 2015. I'll have dates and details up early next year.
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See you in the New Year!
General Class Information
I hold classes at my house in Avondale Heights, Melbourne.
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Cardmaking/Technique classes: 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.
** Note: Hannah's Thursday calisthenics class is later this year: 6pm - 7.15pm. For Thursday classes, please avoid arriving before about 7.25pm as we'll be running around like headless chooks getting home and organised. Much appreciated!
IMPORTANT: 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.
Technique Books: At some classes we learn a new technique and make a sample to paste into our technique books along with an instruction sheet. You can build up a great resource over a few classes.
Classes are suitable for beginners and experienced stampers and card makers. I aim to keep things friendly, fun and relaxed.
All tools and materials are supplied.
Hope to see you at a class. It is a great way to try some new techniques, meet some friendly crafters and build up a stash of cards.
Cheers, Sue Madex
Here's a look at some of the cards and techniques we did at classes in the past year or so:
(Card above inspired by Kirsty Brown.)