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November 20, 2007



Girl, I love it! I wish I would have known about the class, I would have totally taken it. There is nothing more aggravating to me than getting the stamped greeting card: stamped signature, stickered address label, stickered return address.

Why even send a card? I mean seriously?

I love that you made your own and I just may look in to doing that myself this year.


Awesome, Christi! I’m glad you agree.

You totally should make your own cards, and then let me know how they turn out! I'm all about the DIY stuff. I make my own cards, stickers, graphic Ts, business cards and so on. It's much more personal!

They have the greeting card class every year, so maybe it’s something you can plan to do next Christmas.

I also think the wrapping paper class sounds like fun. I bet Broadway Paper has some good tips on how to spruce-up an everyday gift, or those really awkward presents like a football or bottle of wine or something.

Anyway, have fun!


I thought the class was way to simple and for the instructor; she was an art student, but no teacher. I have been doing crafts for a long time and she had nothing new to share. I wouldn't take the classes at Broadway paper, but I would look into scrapbooking stores for ideas and classes. They usually have great card making classes. This class was a waste of time and money. I did get to spend time with Karen and that was worth every bit of my time.


I think for someone who doesn't make crafts, this would be beneficial. The ideas were good, but you're right that someone who is advanced, someone who has been doing arts and crafts for years, wouldn’t learn anything new. But you have to keep in mind that not everyone is on the same level and not everyone reads Martha Stewart Living. The main problem I saw was that Caitlin moved too quickly through the steps. Even you and I couldn't keep up with her! While I wouldn't pay $50 for this particular class again, I think there are people out there that would thoroughly enjoy it.

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