Stamping Glitz

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Posted on: September 20, 2011

My friend Lorraine and I are running another Technique Tornado Daywhere we will blitz load of cards projects in one day ay the last one we got down and dirty with shaving foam, baby wipes and loads of paper tissues! Not quite sure what will top that but we will need to come up with something pretty fast as the next Technique Tornado Day looks set for Saturday 8th October with a possible follow up – depending on demand – the following week of the 15th October, they will be at the Campanile Hotel (The Campanile Hotel, Braehead near the new Dobies Garden Centre) – great venue, loads of car parking and a FREE Bus service from Braehead Bus Station too! What more could we want? Wanna Come? thought you might – give me a call or drop me an e-mail to book your place, it £25 for the  day and it runs from 10am till 5pm! FIRST COME FIRST SERVED!  I have limited places so if you want to come and your friend want to come too then get your places booked NOW! or you could end up missing out!

Our Christmas Stamp a Stack is filling up rapidly – We can only take around twelve people for this! Again at the Campanile, it is on Saturday 12th November, 10.00 am – 4.30pm and costs £25.00. We have some lovely makes for you : will be making five cards x 4 = 20 cards using some of the lovely NEW products that are coming on 1st October and a brilliant 3d Christmas decoration to break to day up! Again you can book by contacting me – again FIRST COME FIRST SERVED! I know you don’t want to miss out so book your place today!

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