WHAT WE’RE OFFERING PARTICIPANTS
:: Twelve full projects, including step-by-step instructions, templates and photographs, plus alternative versions and suggestions for customising the project to suit your style and skills. The projects cover:
- lifestyle, and;
Each one is available as a downloadable PDF, so you can print and refer to it whenever you want.
:: Four bonus days, packed with extra projects, downloads and giveaways.
:: Project options include gifts for men, women and children, as well as simplified, speedy and eco alternatives, where appropriate.
:: The workshop will be hosted on a password-protected blog, where you can view and download each of the projects as they’re posted, as well as asking us questions and interacting with other students.
:: You don’t need any particular skills or experience to join the class and start making projects. Our tutorials are detailed enough for beginners to follow, but also allow plenty of scope for more experienced crafters.
:: We’ve deliberately tried to create projects which utilise materials you’re already likely to have at home, so any additional outlay is minimal. Both of us are very keen on the theory of ‘use what you have’, and realise budgets can be particularly tight in the weeks before Christmas. Product and supplier links are included where relevant, but each of the projects also includes variations so if you don’t have something, you can work around it. Our hope is that by making more of your Christmas gifts, decorations and accessories, you’ll both save money and enjoy the season a little more!
:: There’s no need to worry about keeping up with projects, or completing things by a particular date. The downloads are available for you to use whenever you’re ready, and we’ll be keeping the blog open for students to log-in indefinitely. The only thing which will be time-sensitive are the giveaways and a few weekend activities we have planned, although you’ll still be able to go back and read those after the event. We’ll both be happy to answer any questions you have throughout the class term, and will aim to do so for a while afterwards, too.
HOW TO SIGN UP
:: The cost is £20 and payment is via the PayPal button at the top right of this blog.
:: You don’t need an account to pay this way – just a credit or debit card.
:: Or we can alternatively arrange to accept cheques. Please email email@example.com for more details if you require this option.
:: Once you’ve purchased your class pass, we’ll send you an email with details of the private 12Days blog.
:: You’ll then be able to log in, have a look around, say hello to your fellow students and keep an eye out for a few pre-class surprises.
Once again, the content is the same as the class we ran last year but will be hosted on a brand new blog with live daily posts between the 4th and 19th November.
:: If you took the class last year, you can still access the 2009 blog, and we'll also be offering a brand new workshop in the new year!
If you’ve got any questions at all, please feel free to ask them in the comments below or send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We hope you’re as excited as we are, and look forward to seeing you in class!
Julie and Kirsty