Many demonstrators have asked how I set up my classes and accomodate so many stampers. I used to rent a community center for my classes, but the cost got to be too high, so I have been holding classes at home for several years. Here in California, we don't have basements, so we use the garage.. we park the cars outside on class days, and my husband sets up 5 tables for me. My classes are either on Monday and Tuesday nights, or 2x on a Saturday (each class is repeated 2x).
EDITED TO ADD 2-27-08: Several of you have asked about pricing on my classes.. this Stamp A Stack was $15. You can click on the STAMP CLASS SCHEDULE in the left column of this blog to see my current class schedule, descriptions, pricing, times, etc., to give you a better idea of those details. Thanks for all your interest!
Here are 2 of the tables set up yesterday for last night's Stamp A Stack Class - Stampin' Up! 11x17 Grid sheets at each stamping space:
Close up of one project table set up and ready to go:
I usually have one project per table, with the cardstock all cut for that project:
All the stamps, punches, etc., are in the middle of the table. Tools like Snail, bone folder, punches, etc., are in a small caddy in the center of each table (Caddy from Staples):
I have an additional table set up with a display board, 3-D samples, catalogs, order forms, wish list, etc.:
And here are some of the ladies having fun last night:
And we had a brand new stamper last night too! Joy (left) brought Bonnie... welcome, Bonnie!
I am repeating my Stamp A Stack tonight and again on Wed. morning! Everyone enjoys going home with 10 cards! I'll post the finished cards tomorrow.
If you have any questions, let me know.