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Christmas Project Class

You are cordially invited to a Christmas project class at Gather in Casa Grande, on December 18, at 5 pm.

PROJECT 

We will be making two different projects that are quick and easy stocking stuffer’s. All supplies and material needed to complete both projects will be provided. Below is a picture of the projects.

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TEACHER

I will be teaching this class at Gather in Casa Grande.

COST

$ 7.00 per person.

TIME

Class will start at 5 pm, so please arrive at least 5 minutes early to get a seat and settled in.

HOW TO SIGN UP

This class is limited seating, so if you would like to reserve a seat please call Gather at (480) 382-9214 or email them at gatherdiycg@gmail.com. DO NOT email or call me to reserve your seat, Gather is hosting this event I am only teaching.

 

LOCATION

820 W. Cottonwood Ln Suite 8, Casa Grande

 

I am so excited about this opportunity to share with you this new and wonderful DIY Workshop location that we have here in Casa Grande. This is an awesome place for crafty people to gather and create together. They have events almost every day of the week so there is sure to be something that might interest you.

Well, I hope to see you on the 18th, until then I will be working on many other projects and getting ready for Christmas.

Have a wonderful week!

Namaste

Sheila

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Santa’s Sled

Christmas in July is almost over and I still have many more projects that I need to complete for The Big Tin Cotton Gin Vintage and Repurposed Market that starts October 19 – 21, 2018. But a couple days ago I was taking a break from working on my own projects and going through Pinterest, and saw this cute little Santa Sled project. So I had to stop what I was doing and try it, because I thought that this would be something fun for my card class ladies to make. I will let you know later their response, but I am sure they will like it too.

Now take a look at this tutorial of my version of the little Santa Sled with hidden compartment and then scroll down for more info and the link to Sandra’s website.

So that everyone knows, this was not my original idea. I would like to give credit to Sandra Ronald at Art Paper Crafters for the idea, and thank her for sharing her video with all of us. Be sure to go check out her site as well.

MEASUREMENTS:

Base – 8 1/4″ X 3 1/2″ score lengthwise @ 3/4″, 3 3/4″, 4 1/2″, 7 1/2″ turn cardstock widthwise and score @ 3/4″ turn to the opposite side and score @ 3/4″.

Cut each of the lengthwise score lines to the 3/4″ scoreline and at one end cut off the two end tabs to make the closure tab for the lid.

Fold and burnish all the score lines and then glue all the little tabs to the inside of the two long outside tabs to form a box as shown in the video.

For the back of the sled where you attach the Christmas tree and teddy bear, cut a piece of cardstock @ 3″ X 2″ and for a decorative top to the back piece I used a tag topper framelit I had but you can use any kind of decorative punch, framelit, die or what ever you have to add a little character to the back of your sleigh.

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I used the Santa’s Sleigh stamp set and framelits from Stampin’ UP! They are no longer available in the 2018-2019 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog. But this idea could also be used with the Ready For Christmas Stamp Set and Christmas Staircase Thinlits Dies which is on page 102 of the 2018-2019 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog.

If you are interested in receiving one of these Santa Sleigh kits I will be giving away three of them, along with the pattern for the “hidden compartment” box,¬† to the first three people who leave a comment below saying “Hello”.

Thank you for stopping by and hope to see you back here soon.

Namaste

Sheila