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Friday, September 11, 2015

Card Buffet = YUMMY


Are you like me? Do you LOVE going to all-you-can-eat buffets?  Am I ashamed to admit that I love them? Definitely not...even if I do fill up my whole plate with scones, again and again. *wink*


Well, if you love all-you-can-eat food buffets, you'll LOVE my card buffets even more!  Yep, it's kind of the same principle. You come and make as many cards as you can eat (create) in the 2 hour time limit. It's $2 per card and all of the cards are designed and pre-cut. You just put them together. There are lots to choose from. You'll get to choose cards like this one, and many more:



When you come to a food buffet, you bring a hearty appetite, when you come to a card buffet, you bring adhesive.  That's it.  I provide the rest.  I suggest a regular paper adhesive, glue dots, and 3D foam tape or squares.

There will be several cards to choose from and you can make as many of each as you'd like during your 2 hour time limit. The cards are $2 each, or $1.50 each if you place an order of $25 or more (before shipping and tax).

I am offering 4 sessions in October, but when they fill up, they are full. I can take 8 participants per buffet.  Call or email me to sign up (801.360.9896, pedermom@aol.com). You are more than welcome to reserve a spot for a friend, too. Remember that you are taking up a coveted spot, and space is limited, so please be committed to attending if you sign up. Thanks!  All classes will be held at my home in Springville, UT (I will email you the address after you sign up).
  • Tuesday, October 20 from 10 am - noon
  • Tuesday, October 20 from 7-9 pm
  • Wednesday, October 21 from 7-9 pm
  • Thursday, October 29 from 10 am - noon
 Ready, set go!

2 comments:

Mary Newman said...

Love this idea Karen....I've been thinking of having a card class and this just post was that little push I needed. Do you pre stamp pieces or do they do they when they put them together?

Karen Pedersen said...

Mary, everything will be pre-cut. They will just stamp, color and put everything together. I know that Brenda does card buffets as well, and I know that she posted some of the details on how she does it on the Pacemaker page a few weeks ago. You could do a search and learn from the master. This is my first time but she has been doing them for a while. You definitely should try it! I have a feeling it would be really successful for you. I'm getting a great response for mine as well! YAY!

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