I am going to jump right into this class. I always have such mixed feelings when I do such themed classes. The April Card Class – Graduation was no exception. Ever since my youngest graduated I have not needed any graduation cards. But…I know there are people who do. So what is a card making teacher to do?
I found a solution. At least for this class.
Each of the graduation cards has an alternate card that can be made instead. And the kicker is…all you have to do is turn over the paper and add an accessory or two and stamp a different sentiment.
Are you ready?
Here are the graduation cards.
And here are the alternate cards if you don’t need graduation cards.
April Card Class – Graduation
So, what do you think? If you need one graduation card then you can choose your favorite and the rest can be the alternate choices. I love the idea but it doesn’t always work. Moxxie’s Graduation papers are perfect for this. They are definitely graduation on one side but the reverse side of the two-sided papers are very neutral. Add some flowers and some great sentiments and you have a totally different card. I love it! Thank you Moxxie!
Okay! Let’s get to the details of the class.
This class will be held on Thursday, April 28th at 6:00 pm at the Episcopal Church in Emmetsburg, Iowa. The cost is $25.
You must register and pay by Saturday, April 16th!
Let’s take a closer look at the cards.
I have taken photos of the graduation card and the alternate card you can make in it’s place.
This next card has a solid black reverse side so I added my own flower design. Cute right?
So there we have it.
If you would like to sign up and pay online you can click on the “add to cart” button below.
If you would like to sign up and pay with a check please send to Michelle James 802 Palmer St. Emmetsburg, IA 50536.
There are no refunds or exchanges after you have signed up and paid for the class. If something comes up and you are unable to attend, your project will be available to pick up in the form of a kit which will include supplies needed and written instructions with a color photo so you can complete the project on your own time.
I would love to see you there. If you know someone who may be interested please share this post on Facebook and tag them or send them the link. We love to see new people interested in card making and taking classes.
Thanks for stopping by!