Jingle Jump registration ends TODAY!

Today is the deadline to register for the September sessions of Jingle Jump. Don’t miss it!
Jingle Jump bannerRegistration for the 2017 Jingle Jump (September) is at the bottom of this page — keep reading!  Please note that the projects for October’s Jingle Jump (10/20-21) will be entirely different.

Is this the year you’ll send out handmade holiday greetings? Then get a “jump on your jingle” with this holiday “stamp-a-stack.” Come and make 10 Christmas/holiday cards (several of the same or a variety) for just $20. There will be six different designs to choose from in a variety of styles–you’ll love the stamps from the Holiday Catalog! The cards are designed to be completed quickly (in about 10 minutes or so) and have lots of interest but not a lot of fuss, in order to keep the cost low. These cards can be mailed with no additional postage. This event is perfect for the new stamper — invite someone to come with you!

Session 1:  Friday, September 8 — 1:00-5:00 p.m. (come any time)
Session 2:  Friday, September 8 — 6:30-9:30 p.m. (come any time)
Session 3:  Saturday, September 9 — 9:00 a.m. till noon (come any time)

Place:             My DeKalb home (322 Fairmont Dr)         

Note that registration is limited to 10 stampers at each session.

Need more than ten? Each additional card you make is $2, payable during the camp. I’ll supply envelopes and Stampin’ Dimensionals, but you need to bring your own scissors and adhesive (I suggest bringing several types).

Paid registration of $20 must be received by Wednesday, August 30. I’ll just need your name and contact information in addition to your check. You may also register online below. Please note that if I do not have your payment, you are not registered for this event.


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2 Responses to Jingle Jump registration ends TODAY!

  1. Darlene LeMar says:

    Thank you for the good thoughts re those of us from the Houston area. It has been a very trying time with lots of emotions. I am hoping that our spirit continues to shine.

    • Debra Burgin says:

      Really, I can’t imagine what this is like. I’ve had trying times, but I always knew I had a change of clothes and a place to sleep. I know there are blessings in this — persevere!

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