March 16, 2009 at 3:55 pm #3953
just wondering if anyone knew of any classes in scrapbooking or even card making? have been at this for a little while but would love to meet up with other people to learn new techniques and maybe share ideas and my stash !!!!!
i did go to a class in julainstown agood while back when i first started out and really enjoyed it,
look forward to hearing from all my fellow scrappers !!!March 17, 2009 at 10:37 am #71249BookwitchMember
There is a mum on here scrappymammy who runs classes and has her own scrapbooking website thescrapbookstore.ieMarch 17, 2009 at 5:13 pm #71253
hi bookwitch, I think it was the same lady who ran the class I went toin julianstown but she seems to only do them in Dublin which is a bit too far for me !!!!
thanks for the reply anyway, looks like I am just going to have to keep buying magazines for inspiration !!!!March 17, 2009 at 6:37 pm #71257scole1Member
i would love to learn to do scrapbooking my friend from canada’s sister is fab at doing scrapbooking and did a great one of their wedding, it has inspired me to well start but as of yet haven’t got there, as dunno where to start and want to do a good one….so if there is a class that would be greatMarch 17, 2009 at 7:39 pm #71259KateMember
hia, i know a drogheda girl who has done demos for companies and the art stores, she may do classes, i dont know but I’ll ask.March 17, 2009 at 10:41 pm #71263
thanks kate that would be great, i’m in drogheda so if was in the area I would be really interestedMarch 20, 2009 at 2:07 pm #71359
was just wondering if there was a craft club where people met up,in a local venue, to so their own crafts be that scrapbooking, card, knitting, stitching etc would anyone be interested in this,might be able to get on-line art and craft shop to come up every so often with her shop ? She runs a class like this in kerry,cork and midlands and is very good fun !!!?????March 23, 2009 at 9:16 am #71434MaryEMember
Have you contacted Sonairte? http://sonairte.org/index.php/Location
It is an Eco logical Centre on the Laytown road.
I was there on Saturday & very impressed, they do nature walks, have a farmers market & also have loads of very interesting courses running for 2009 – including card making & other arts & crafts.
The website seems a little dated but they have a new broucher out listing all their courses which is very interesting.
They also have a kids nauture club, eco friendly building classes, gardening classes, bee keeping classes & even chicken keeping claases – my dh wants to do the last one but not a chance.
When my ds is older, i amdefinately bringing him there to teach him how fruit & vegtables grow & dont just come from the shop.March 25, 2009 at 11:10 pm #71619olivia holdenMember
I’m in the Irish Country Womans Association (ICA) where we do a lot of crafts like knitting, crochet, patchwork, painting and other activities. We meet on a wednesday night at 8pm in the Drogheda Communiity Services Centre in Scarlet Street. We like to learn about other crafts too.
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