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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Do Me A Favor...

is coming up one week from tonight.  Come make four little favors that even Cupid would approve of.  This workshop is lots of fun and with everything precut and scored, you can focus on catching up with a friend or simply relaxing while assembling the class projects.  While most students are done within an hour, we don't make that common knowledge.  It gives you time to sit, shop or hang out without feeling any guilt...and honestly, when is the last time that has happened?

Projects include a double heart hanging pocket made from one of Bazzill's printed papers; a large cardstock box trimmed with a printed paper from Crate Paper; a ruffled muslin bag adorned with a velvet trim and paper flower; and a high backed short box made from a printed paper from Bazzill.

a large cardstock box trimmed with a printed paper from Crate Paper {middle}; a ruffled muslin bag adorned with a velvet trim and paper flower {bottom right}; and a high backed short box made from a printed paper from Bazzill{bottom left}. 
It's an all chocolate class because honestly, when it comes to Valentine's Day...is there any other treat that tops chocolate?  I think not!  :) 

I am also working on the little favor I am making for the people I work with.  This simple and quick fold over treat resembles a match book, but without the stapled bottom closure. 


This treat would be super simple...just a few teeny clear bags filled with festive cupid corn, tied close with red seam binding and a sweet little title tied onto the top with a really fine strand of jute.  {PS thanks to Suzi and Lori for helping me create this mercury glass knock off dish from my $1.50 Goodwill find!}



I love the red, white, black and pink combination.  And Dale, you know REAL men can create with pink and can quilt!

If you haven't been into ETC lately, you have to stop in...everything Valentine's Day is going fast. 

If you are looking for a quick and easy valentine exchange project check out this amazing girl. Scroll down to her Jan 20th post.  http://thepaintedarrow.com/ to download a sheet of this cuteness!




If you want to make an a.door.able wreath check out Lindsey Neill...the creative wreath maker at ETC
http://www.verytrulyme.blogspot.com/ 
There's still room in her Feb 6th class if you don't already have plans.

Here's to a creative week,
Kelli
:)
 


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