Tumbler Ridge Classes October 20th

I will be teaching four workshops (registration permitting) on October 20th at the Tumbler Ridge Rec Centre, Room 3.

Space is limited. Please reserve your space by October 8th.

Advent Calendar Class: 9am – Noon
Create this beautiful wooden advent calendar with twenty-four tiny boxes surrounding a central frame. All supplies included. $50

Mother/Daughter “Sweet Treat Card” Class: 12:30-2:30pm. Girls ages 5-11 together with their mum with love creating some fun and sweet treat cards, featuring a clear treat cup containing candy. 10 treat cards & envelopes. $25.

Scroll Album Class: 2:45 – 4:00pm.
This lovely album really needs to be seen to be appreciated. Featuring a stunning wooden spool from which rolls four feet of sturdy kraft paper showcasing 6-8 photos, beautifully embellished and stamped. Assembles in just one hour!
$39.95 plus tax

Christmas Card Class: 4-6pm
Get a head start on your Christmas cards in this fun holiday-themed class! You’ll receive a kit with enough supplies to make a dozen cards, instructions and freebies, as well as instruction from an internationally published paper crafter whose cards have appeared in Paper Crafts magazine, Create magazine, Canadian Scrapbooker and CardMaker magazine. $30.

Space is limited in all four classes, so contact Angela Fehr today to reserve your space. Deadline for registration is October 5th.

Because I am travelling from Dawson Creek especially to teach this day of classes, I will need 7 days notice should you need to cancel, otherwise you will be held responsible for the cost of your spot in the class. Should you have paid for both classes and be unable to attend, you will still receive the kit used in your class.

Visit my Facebook page to confirm and reserve your space in the class(es) of your choice.


Tumbler Ridge Classes October 20th — 1 Comment

  1. Hi,

    I had stumbled upon your video on dip pen on youtube. I was wondering if you could help with a question I have.

    I bought a dip pen set while in Venice and it comes with some round leather patches of different sizes, .25 to 1 inches round. Would you happen to know what they are for, and how to use them?