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Old 08-03-2006, 12:54 PM   #1  
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Post Inspiration Sheet Class

Hi stampers! At convention they mentioned holding classes based on the inspiration sheets. Have any of you done this? Can you share details about your class? I'm thinking of doing this but I'm not sure if I just pick one sheet and have my customers pre-order the stamp set to make all the projects. Or should I charge a fee for the class and let them decide if it's something they would like to add to their collection. I'm hoping some business savy people can tell me which is the better plan or give me some additional pointers. Thanks so much!
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Old 08-03-2006, 01:27 PM   #2  
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I think what I'd do is pick an inspiration sheet, and maybe do ONE project exactly like it is on the sheet. You know how they have other stamp sets listed on them as suggestions for using the same ideas? I'd get one or more of the alternative sets and make several other projects using the inspiration sheet as a jumping off point. And do the alternate color scheme they have at the bottom, just so customers can really see how different things can look even if you start with the same idea. I'm not a demo yet, so this is all speculatory on my part, but that's what I would do.
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Old 08-03-2006, 03:30 PM   #3  
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Talking Inspiration sheets are great

My demonstrater creates a wonderful evening of stamping for us. She selects a sheet, shows us, and orders in advance the necessary stamp set. We generally do all of the cards pictured (sometimes she turns a box into a card). We pay her $5.00 for all the paper, etc. she has cut--including hardware and stuff. We have a swell time, especially when she bakes her famous frosted brownies. Probably has a group of 8 or 10 and rotates each card among the grooups! Good time!
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