Thursday, December 5, 2013


What are you doing on Saturday?
I hope you are joining us at Cat's for our
 We will have all kinds of mini-classes going on, 
kits to go with instructions,
 product to purchase so you can make more when you get home, 
snacks and a TON of inspiration to get you into the Christmas Spirit.
Want to make this adorable fluffy tree? We have a limited number of bases available for purchase. Add your tulle and decorate the tree for an adorable centerpiece. 
Cost:  $8 plus cost of ribbons or tulle   
All you need are your scissors and this is a perfect in front of the TV project 
Everyone loves snowflakes and these are definitely one of a kind. Make one at the store and then you will be making them for your whole house. I just love these.
Cost for these is $8.50 each and you will need your trimmer, scissors and adhesive.
Planning on making some of those great gifts in a jar for people this year? Why not make a saggy baggy to hold that jar in style. We have these in canvas and burlap. Decorate however you wish and make it your own.
Cost for this project is $7.50.  Tools needed depend on how you decide to embellish it.  Scissors and adhesives for sure.
Nanci will be teaching her beautiful NOEL Banner class
beginning at 1:00 p.m.
This one is more involved as she will be teaching you techniques on inking also. If you want to take this class we need a heads up registration call so we can have it all cut out for you.
Cost is $25 and you will need your TH product from Tag classes
Here is another banner that uses wood circles cut from a tree. (Thanks Cat Daddy Ray!) This one is an easy one to take home and complete. Just stamp on your wood circles before you leave.
Cost for this project is $15.    All you need are adhesives, scissors, stickles, and a red marker.
Make your whole house smell like Christmas with this Pennant made from canvas and cinnamon sticks. You can personalize it any way you want.  
I used old buttons and ribbon to decorate my tree.
Cost:  $15  All you need are adhesives and scissors
Use a tin, old Christmas cards, left over stickers and paper, ribbons, buttons, etc. to make a beautiful ornament to treasure. Sharon made these with what she had laying around in her Christmas section.
These would also make great gifts for neighbors, teachers, etc.
$1 for the tin plus whatever papers you use  (designed to use up stash).  Bring your scraps to use up.
We have a couple of kits left of this Christmas Gift Album that is pre-cut (thank you Rayz Lazer) and ready to assemble.
 We also have a couple of the Dear Santa Albums from Bo Bunny available for purchase also. Great gift ideas. . .

We will also be doing this cute Christmas card to show you how to, stamp, emboss & die cut.

We have so many things to keep you busy on Saturday that you won't want to leave. We will also have snacks and Christmas music.  I even have a couple of other ideas that will be offered if I get them finished. Don't want you to get bored!!!

The mall will also be hosting a Christmas Craft Bazaar out in the hallway.  There will be lots of goodies and gifts for you to purchase there as well.  
They say it is going to be a bit icy dicey starting this evening. So, check facebook for the latest info on openings and closings of the store during bad weather.  If you don't do facebook, call the store to make sure it is open before heading out.  Remember:  No piece of paper or class is worth your wrecked car or worse, your wrecked self! In case Saturday is too dangerous for driving about we will postpone the Christmas Open House 'til the following Saturday the 14th. Nanci can do her tag class along with what else we have going on. Above all else stay SAFE and warm!

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