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Old 12-19-2004, 04:40 PM   #1  
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Default Stamp camps vs. workshops

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Old 12-19-2004, 04:57 PM   #2  
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You will probably get as many different answers as you do people who reply. I call my 'parties' workshops...because everyone has to 'work' (do a make and take). My workshops/parties are free. Stamp camps, for me, are much more involved. We do between 8 and 10 projects that take time to complete. I charge for these. (Cost depends are what we are making.) I hold classes in my home and charge a minumal amount to cover supplies. Focus in on one main technique.
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Workshops are usually held at someones home & she earns free stamps off of the sales at the workshop. Stamp camps are usually held at a demos home or location arranged by the demo. You pay a fee to make projects. Sometimes door prizes or discounts are available.
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When I go to a hostess' home and they only do a make-n-take, I call that a demonstration. If she wants her and her friends to make 4 projects, I call that a workshop and there is a fee. I also hold workshops in my home and we make 4-5 cards. Not too elaborate. What I consider a stamp camp is when we make anywhere from 7-whatever projects and they are generally a mix between cards and noncard items. Then I also will be having classes. In those I plan to teach a specifc technique. Could be 6 weeks, 6 months or one class.

But like she said, everyone is different.
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