Monday, January 26, 2015

Loralie Valentines

 Who's ready for Valentines? 
If you visited the store in the last few days you may have noticed this beautiful wall hanging that Rachel finished recently.

Here is our newest Loralie line of fabric:
 And a miniature quilt that Rachel made using some of the Loralie fabrics.
 ...some mug mats

 And some cards! 
These cards were made by Karina using the above fabrics.





And this pop up card made by Janet Esh: 

This stamp set was used on some of the above cards. 
 And this Spellbinders die was used on a few of the cards:

Have a great week and stay safe in the snow! 
-Janae

Monday, January 19, 2015

Geranium Fabric

I don't know about you, but here at the Farmhouse we have been thinking about spring quite a bit!!
Take a look at this geranium fabric for spring!

 Here are some cards Rachel made using the above fabrics:
The green glitter background that she used on some of the cards is colored burlap that we recently got in. We also have it in red and a red&green plaid. 

Here are two of the stamp sets she used on the above cards:

We also used the fabric to decorate our calendar page for June:

I hope everyone is staying warm & safe so far this winter. 
Have a good week. 
-Janae

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Pop-Up Cards/9th Anniversary Sale

 Good Afternoon! 
Check out this die from Elizabeth Craft that we've had for quite a while but never got the chance to play with until recently!

 It's a die to make a pop-up card like these made by Cecilia:


 The images came from this fabric:
 And here is another card Cecilia made with the same fabric:

Also, here is information about our 9th Anniversary sale coming up! 

Join us for our…
9th Anniversary Celebration!
January 17-24, 2015



Spellbinders Die D-lites & Inspire dies:
25% off


Outline Stickers:
20% off



Brother
Scan N Cut machine:
15% off
plus a free  beginner class!

Monday, January 12, 2015

2015 Winter/Spring Class Schedule


v  Beginner Brother Scan N Cut Class taught by Sylvia Field
With the Brother Scan N Cut you can scan virtually anything to create cut designs and save to your USB drive for future use so you will never have to buy a cartridge again. The machine also has 700 built in designs including quilt and applique patterns. It will also cut fabric for sewing, quilting, and applique. In this beginner class you will learn the basic functions of the machine and make and take home one card. You will need to bring your own machine to this class. The machine will be available for purchase at a discount on the day of the class.
Wednesday, January 28 - 9:30am - 11:30am   
Cost: $15.00 per person

v  Card-Making with Outline Stickers Class taught by Rachel Stoltzfus
On the first card, we will be using outline stickers on clear plastic and coloring with Glaze 3-D markers to achieve the look of stained glass. You will also learn to use the innies of outline stickers. On the second card, we will make glitter paper, put the outline stickers on it, and color it with Copic markers. You will make and take home two cards.
Saturday, February 7 - 9:30am - 11:30am   
Cost: $20.00 per person

v  Valentines Crop  
Bring your photos and scrapbooking supplies and spend the day with us.  We provide donuts and coffee when you arrive and a Valentines lunch, plus lots of inspiration and hands on help with your pages and/or card-making. 
Age Limit: 12 years and older   Cost: $23.00 per person
Thursday, February 12 - 9:00am - 4:00pm   

v Advanced Scan N Cut Class taught by Sylvia Field
Learn some of the advanced features on this machine. You will make a card using fabric and also create a scrapbook page title by using the “scanning to cut data” features. You will need to bring your own machine to this class.
Saturday, February 21 - 9:30am - 11:30am   
Cost: $15.00 per person

v  Stamping to DIE for Class taught by Rachel Stoltzfus
Learn how to use stamp sets that coordinate with dies to speed up your
 card-making. You will make and take home two cards.
Wednesday, February 25 - 9:30am - 11:30am   
Cost: $20.00 per person

v  Paper Quilts Class taught by Rachel Stoltzfus
Using square punches and scraps of paper learn how to make miniature quilts to accent your scrapbooking pages and greeting cards.  You will make and take home one card and one paper quilt embellishment.
Saturday, March 7 - 9:30am - 11:30am   
Cost: $15.00 per person

v  Card-Making with Fabric Class taught by Rachel Stoltzfus
Learn how to make fun and easy cards using fabric and your Cuttlebug machine and     Spellbinders Nestabilities dies. You will make and take home two cards.
Saturday, April 4 - 9:30am - 11:30am   
Cost: $15.00 per person

v  Table Runner Class taught by Sylvia Field
Learn how to make a table runner by cutting a border print into triangles using a 60 degree triangle ruler. The results are simply amazing. The class does not include the cost of the fabric. See flyer for more details.
Wednesday, April 15 - 9:30am - 12:30am   
Cost: $20.00 per person

v  Pot Pie Crop
Bring your photos and scrapbooking supplies and spend the day with us.  We provide donuts and coffee when you arrive and Mom’s homemade chicken pot pie meal for lunch, plus lots of inspiration and hands on help with your pages and/or card-making.  Age Limit: 12 years and older   Cost: $23.00 per person
Thursday, April 23 – 9:00am – 4:00pm   

v  If you have a group of friends that would like to do a class together, call ahead and schedule your own personal class. We also rent out our upstairs cropping room for a fee of $8 per person, per day. Please call ahead to schedule your day.



*Your space for the classes will be reserved when we receive your payment. If you wish to cancel a space for a class we need to know 3 days in advance in order for you to receive a refund in store credit. We reserve the right to cancel a class in which case we would issue store credit. 

Monday, January 5, 2015

Roosters

Good Morning! 
Here are some ideas for your kitchen using rooster fabric!
Rachel made the card, frame, miniature quilt and the table runner.  


 A closeup of the rooster frame.
 And a card to match.
 and a miniature quilt.

All of the above things were made using this fabric:
It's in squares which makes it easy to work with!
 And the frame she decorated was this frame from Kaisercraft.

Enjoy your week! Happy 2015! 
-Janae