Monday, 27 June 2016

What are classes?

Hello my loves,

How is everyone? I hope your enjoying my posts and I am very happy to be posting more regularly. I thought I would share what exactly are stampin' up! classes. Well every demo does different classes depending so this post is focused on what I do at my classes.

I run a weekly class which is either 1pm-3pm or 7pm-9pm. I swap my times each week so that my customers can have more flexibility and then they can come at a time that suits their lifestyle.

My classes are advertised as 2 hours but if my customers want to stay on for 3 hours then that is fine with us and I tell all of my customers that I am happy for classes to last 2-3 hours.

We do 2 projects and have a break in between for cake drinks. Sometimes we do 1 project if it is a really large one. I charge £10 each but if you book more than 2 events a month then you get them for £8 each.

I also do special classes which cost more but my customers get to take home a stamp set or kit. For example if you check out my Baby Bear post you will see a special class option.

I also offer mummy and me craft classes for kids and parents during the school holidays. We do a monthly get together as well where we do any kind of craft.

So as you can see I try to offer a variety of classes with varying times and dates to suit peoples needs. I obviously offer parties and workshops and we can rent halls if needed but I do them mostly at my home.

I think at home is good as well because if a customer needs another supply it's all there ready for them whereas in another venue I wouldn't be able to offer all of my supplies as that would take a while to organise. I don't know about you but I have LOADS of craft supplies lol.

Anyway I hope you like this little explanation of what I do for my classes. If you live in Reading, Berkshire, UK and want to come then please message me!

lots of love

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