Back due to popular demand, Lissa will be you host for the afternoon, she is a university lecturer who happens to also be a very talented card maker, making cards as a form of relaxation and a creative outlet.
Join us in this card making workshop in which you learn skills and techniques to create beautiful hand-crafted cards and projects that are perfect for gift-giving, home-decor and more.
Come and learn the art of card making and walk away with your very own handmade creations to gift someone you care about. You will come away with 4-5 completed beautiful projects.
Come alone or being a friend!
Thursday 2nd May 4pm - 7pm
$30 for members, $35 for non members
If you have them, please bring your own sharp scissors, double sided tape and/or liquid adhesive for paper-crafting.
- The art of card making, tips and tricks.
- 4-5 creative projects to take away
- Premium-quality materials and embellishments.
Please park next to Thompson Hall. We do not have our own parking, but please feel free to drive up close to drop off equipment before parking if required.
Building 32 is located at the back of the estate. Enter via Seven Hills Rd, turn right through main carpark to access the tree lined avenue and turn left. Drive past the tennis courts and you will find Thompson Hall on your left to park. Then walk down the avenue to the right where you will find building 32.
Casual and comfortable
18+ Women and daughters
If the class needs to be cancelled by The Hills Women's Shed, paid attendees will be notified and a full refund will be provided. If a person who has paid to attend needs to cancel their attendance. If you email The Hills Women's Shed with a minimum of 24 hours notice then a refund will be provided. Failure to attend a workshop on the day will incur a $5 administration fee with the remainder eligible for refund.
We want to make everyone welcome so please notify us if you have any special access requirements. The Hills Women's Shed is run from a council owned heritage building which is not currently wheelchair accessible but we are exploring ways to become more accessible so please notify us if you require specific access so we can discuss what is possible.