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Woodland Winter Workshop

Time to start some Holiday Crafting?
I will be offering this workshop to a few enthusiastic crafters on November 25th.  Join me to create this Festive Reverse Burlap Panel.  Working with Sizzix die cuts, we will layer and create a Woodland Winter scene.  Distress this rugged panel so that you can display during the holidays or gift away.  Learn some techniques to create on future projects.

If you would like to join me click the Calendar for class details and to reserve your spot.  Click on the class description and scroll through the details.  Sign up is at the bottom.   





There are a limited number of spaces available.  I am considering a day and night workshop if I have enough interest.  
There will also be an Emerald Creek Craft mini Pop Up Store providing a limited amount of supplies we will use in the class for your shopping convenience.

 
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  1. What a great class this will be! Anne xx

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    1. Thank you Anne.. I would love to create with you! You should make a trip to Canada!

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  2. Wow this is amzing what a wonderful project!!

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  3. WOW!! This is BEAUTIFUL!
    Have a blessed day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting With Creative M

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  4. Lovely project Nicole, wish I lived just a bit closer so I could do a road trip! Have fun! Deb xo

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