Monday, August 24, 2015

Halloween Mommy & Me Class

I love crafting with Callie and Halloween is one of my favorite holidays to make décor.  I seem to miss Halloween crafting each year so I'm excited to have an adult class (posted here) and this kids class on my calendar!  This year I started to pilot some mommy (or daddy) and me classes since so many of her friends loved to make things too.

This October's class is all about Halloween.  The kids will be making three projects in an hour that let them be creative and give them a little candy to take home (which is probably Callie's favorite part of the class!)  They will be painting a spider jar with a great web coaster, a goodie bag filled with candy, and a treat bag perfect for a fruit snack or peanut butter cup.  The class is designed for 4-7 year olds but even older kids might enjoy making these projects with their parents!


The class costs $10 for one child or $15 for siblings and is taking place on October 4th from 1-2pm at my house in Boise, ID.  Cost includes the supplies for the projects, candy, and adhesive.  Leave me a comment if you are interested in attending or send me an email.

I just have to say that this jar turned out adorable and I cannot wait to see all the variations that come out of the class!


There are several sneak peek items on these projects that are marked below with "new!"

Supplies:
  • Cardstock/DSP:  Tangelo Twist, Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Happy Hauntings DSP (new!)
  • Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Tangelo Twist
  • Stamp Sets: A Little Something (new!), Cheer All Year (new!)
  • Accessories: Glue Dots, Spider Web Doilies (new!), Happy Haunting Designer Washi Tape (new!), Tear and Tape, Handheld Stapler, Artisan Label Punch (retired), Clothespins, Scissors, Banner Punch, 1" Circle Punch, Dimensionals
  • Non-SU Accessories: Black Paint, Pint Mason Jars, Googly Eyes, Sponge Brush, CANDY

The class is using the Label Bracket punch on the treat bag since I forgot to move the Artisan Label punch to the retired stack!

Have a craftastic day,
Stacy

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