Hello, my fellow stampers and crafters. I hope this day finds you well. I’m doing great, getting ready for tomorrow’s OPEN HOUSE. Those who are attending tomorrow will get to see my three Farmhouse Tin Hearts projects in person. I always hear that my projects look prettier in person. I wish I could take better photos for you so that you could see each little detail in my work.
On Thursday, February 27th and Saturday, February 29th, both days at 1 p.m I will be hosting this Tin Heart Class. The cost of this class is a minimum $30.00 order that day. Pick your day and then RSVP.
You will need to bring a 1 quart, wide-mouth Mason Jar with you to class. If you don’t have one, I have 12 jars. Let me know if you need one, they are $1.10 each.
You will also need a specific type of Kleenex to fill your FARMHOUSE style Kleenex jar. I have 3 boxes of them, let me know if you want one. They are $2.00 each.
LOOK at this cute farmhouse style Kleenex jar. OMGosh, I absolutely love it. I think you will too. Isn’t this a great way to hold your Kleenex? I don’t like the boxes that Kleenex comes in, Even when the boxes are decorative they can be an eyesore. Well, no more. Now you can keep Kleenex anywhere in your home, this jar is adorable. When the Kleenex runs out, you just unscrew the lid and refill it.
These jars would also make a super cute gift for someone who is sick. Heck, they are great Christmas or Birthday gifts too. You can actually fill these jars with anything. Come make one and let’s see how many ideas we can come up with.
The hearts are not paper, they are tin. I’m going to show you what I used and how I made these beautiful hearts in class.
Of course in class, we will also make a card. This is the card I designed and I must say I’m over the moon in love with it. This card is unique, stunning and so easy to make. I can see this card being sent as a Valentine, wedding card, thinking of you card, anniversary card or even a card for a baby shower. It’s simple and elegant all in one.
With Easter coming up, I thought I would also teach you how to make this cute basket. Can you see it filled with Easter grass and a special golden egg? I call this basket the Key To My Heart. Did you notice the key hanging from the handle?
Now, let’s think outside of the box. You don’t have to use this basket for Easter, you can leave the handle off and put a votive in it. You can use it to hold a gift. I bet you can come up with many ways to use this cutie pie basket. Oooh ooh, how about putting a stack of cookies in it!
I hope you can come to this class, feel free to invite your friends too.
Let me know what you think, I can’t wait to hear from you.
Blessings my friends ~ Beverlee
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org OR text to 209-609-1914. If you want to comment here to RSVP that is fine too.