Build A Bear Workshop

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

One of the classes I have coming up is a Build A Bear workshop.

This class is for the kids or the kids at heart.? In this class you will be using the various Build a Bear products to create fun and exciting cards and gifts to give or keep for yourself.? Moms, Grandma?s, Aunts, or Sisters bring along your kids and have some fun creating with them.? I will have different projects available to make.? You will be able to choose which projects you wish to make and how many of each.? This class is meeting on Saturday, March 20 at 10AM – 1PM.? Each project will have a different price ranging from $1.00 up to $5.00 to make them.? I will be posting a picture of the projects as well as prices soon.?

Well I promised a sneak peak at the different projects you can make and here are two of them:

This is a little canvas tote bag.? The cost to make this project is $1.00.

This project is a little tin with a magnet Build A Bear and clothes.? In my day we called these paper dolls so I guess these would be considered Magnet paper dolls. :)? The cost for this project is $5.00.

This little magnet tin fits perfectly inside the little tote bag.? I think this is a fantastic little tote to bring to church.

Here is a boy version of the tote.? This project cost $1.00.

This is a little notepad holder and ink pen set.? The cost for this project is $3.00.? This notepad holder and ink pen set can also be done in a girl Build a Bear too.

The little notepad and pen set fits perfectly into the little tote bag.? This is perfect for taking to church, long car trips or in a?restaurant while waiting for the food to arrive.

If?you would like to sign up for this class let me know.? Keep checking the post for more items available to make at the class.

Happy Stamping!

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