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FREE Quilling Class - April 24, 2013

Hello! Hope you all had a happy Easter. I became an Aunt on Easter. My brother Randy and his wife, Meredith, had a baby girl this Easter, by c section, 7 pounds 3 ounces 20 inches long at 10:13 am (3/31/13). My mother got the call from my brother on Easter Sunday, what a celebration and surprise. We knew they were expecting but we thought the baby was due in the first week of April.

Other good news FREE Quilling Class
Location: Lansingburgh Branch: Troy Public Library, 27 114th St # 1, Troy, NY
Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Time: 6 to 8pm
Register online: Library Website Calendar
Or Call the library: (518) 235-5310
Only have enough supplies for 10 people

You may want to bring tweezers with you since we will be working with small pieces.

I will be sitting along side you and sharing each step as we go along on the card we will be making. No one gets lost and we all finish around the same time as everyone else. This is a calm and peaceful environment and doing the craft of quilling relaxes/de-stresses you from your busy life.

I will bring the supplies quilling paper, the quilling tool, any other paper and directions, glue and scissors, and the zip-lock bag to take your supplies home in. You get to go home with the quilling paper and quilling tool.

If you have any questions send me an email staceysmile(at)gmail(dot)com





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