Would you like to make personal cards for friends or loved ones this Christmas, or even plan ahead for birthdays and anniversaries next year but never seem to have the time or the right materials to hand? Then give yourself an afternoon off and join Helen Cook – papercrafter, scrapbooker and Independent Stampin’ Up demonstrator – at Woodley Library, Fridays from 2 – 4pm.
Helen will encourage you to play with stamps, ink, punches and diecuts – and even if you don’t know what some of those are yet, Helen’s, enthusiasm, warmth and friendliness will help you find your creative side in no time. There is a £5 charge for the afternoon, which includes all materials plus tea or coffee and biscuits.
Just drop in any Friday (excl Fri 9th Dec) or if you would like further details please contact Woodley Library on 0118 969 0304.
Helen Cook says-“I’ve always been a keen photographer and I love making personal cards for friends. Then a friend introduced me to Scrapbooking and I was hooked!
I love colour – blending colours together as well as using striking contrasts, colour is my thing! I love the different hues and the subtle variations colour can bring to a picture or text, and I am particularly drawn to stamping as my dabbling with a paintbrush has not always been that successful!”
For more information about Helen and her work email firstname.lastname@example.org