Card making & paper craft 1 articles

Card making & paper craft 1 group articles

Group report

This is an article published in the Summer 2018 newsletter ….

The card making groups are thriving. We meet once a month and make a card. The techniques that the group members have mastered recently are stamping and powder embossing and using a heat gun, die cutting, brayering, using acetate to make window cards and embossing folders. Catching up with friends, having fun, tea and biscuits are all included in the £2 cost of the session. In June I started making up card kit packs for those unable to attend a session which are proving very popular.

At the time of writing this report I am in the middle of designing Christmas cards (I know the dreaded word!) as we need to begin making them in September if we wish to make 4 or 5 cards in time for the Christmas post. I do have a 2 spaces on a Wednesday morning (the first Wednesday of the month) so if you think you would like to try your hand please contact me so you can come along for a taster session. One lady who started over a year ago is convinced she isn’t artistic but at the end of each session she is so pleased with the result and often says “I can’t believe I’ve just made this!”

Anne Hollis

Group report

This is an article published in the Summer 2017 edition of the Hayling Island U3A newsletter...

Card making and paper craftThis is a photograph of the Tuesday afternoon group who met in July. Having just completed the pop up insert they are finishing the front of their cards.

There are 3 groups who meet monthly learning new skills and techniques. A display of some of the cards we have produced over the last 6 months will be displayed at the AGM.

Please let me know if you would like to join us, there is currently one space at the 10 am and one space at the 2 pm first Wednesday of the month groups.

Anne Hollis