Friday, 5 June 2015


..........TO THIS YEAR'S

We have a really great team of demonstrators over the two days who are going to share lots of lovely projects, techniques and samples with you. Some of the demos you'll be able to join in with including Brushos, interference paints, Stampbord and lots more.
We don't have a booking system for the demos they are completely free of charge and all run the whole day from 10am to 4pm so you can flit from one to another as you like. At busy times, there may be some waiting for chairs to become free to have a go at some of the products and techniques but you'll still be able to see the demos.

Here is a list of who is doing what.
Saturday 6th June
Helen Chilton - Brushos, Crafty Individuals stamps & mica
Jane Gill - Stampendous co-ordinating dies, stamps & colouring techniques
Kay Carley - JOFY stamps & Brushos
Chris Dark - Faux finishes including ivory, rust, dirty metal,chipped paint and more
Carol Cockbain - Sweet Poppy animal stencils with Brushos, pastes, dies 
Kathy Byrne - Stampbord, Crafty Individuals stamps, Chalk inks
Lina McDermott - Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Stamps & watercolour techniques

Sunday 7th June
John Lockwood - MDF pieces with Craft Consortium papers, stamps & dies
Jo Firth-Young - JOFY stamps, paints & Bunting punch board
Michelle Johnson - Layer perfect, masking and bling
Neil Walker - Viva Decor Stamps, media fluid acrylics & interference paints
Jane Collman - Fancy cards with Sue Wilson Dies
Heidi Green - Stamping projects with the latest Hobby Art stamps
Rachel Snook - Fun craft projects using Punch Boards

For the Mini Makes, priced at £5, some time slots have sold out but there are still spaces left on both days. The projects are lovely you can chose from Lavinia scene card on Saturday and Brushos mini book on Sunday.
All of the demos and mini makes are on the ground floor at the back of the shop and accessible even if you have some mobility challenges  .Free parking is available on both sides of the road and loos are available next to the plant centre.
The on site cafe attached to the plant centre has been trebled in size and has lots of outside seating which, if the weather forecast is right and its nice and sunny both days could prove lovely. If you want to bring packed lunches there is plenty of outside space to sit and eat towards the lake beyond the plant centre.  There are also lots of pubs and a couple of very nice cafes on the A25 going away from Redhill towards Bletchingly if you fancy going off site.
We hope you can come and join in the fun,
Sandy xx

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