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Hand Lettering Envelopes Workshop

40.00
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Hand Lettering Envelopes Workshop

40.00

Date: Wednesday, September, 11th

Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm

Location: 3 Cups

Ever want to send a friend a cute envelope but don’t know where to start? Want to wow your family this holiday season with fancy addresses? Let Sarah help you!

In this class you will learn basic lettering techniques, perfect envelope layouts, and tips for making sure your letters arrive safe.

A little about Sarah:

Call me crazy, but I think art should be fun, affordable, and on every wall of your house. 

I grew up along the coast of southern California, and I've been making art since I could hold my first crayon. My mom and grandmother taught me how to cross stitch when I was seven, and I was put in my first art class when I was still learning to tie my shoes. I was raised with the belief that if you love something enough and you have the dedication, you can do anything you put your mind to. 

I have a tubby toddler, a crazy kid, an old lumpy dog and a very patient husband. We live in a little wooden house in Salt Lake City, surrounded by spicy lavender plants and humming bumblebees. 



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Date: Wednesday, September, 11th

Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm

Location: 3 Cups

Ever want to send a friend a cute envelope but don’t know where to start? Want to wow your family this holiday season with fancy addresses? Let Sarah help you!

In this class you will learn basic lettering techniques, perfect envelope layouts, and tips for making sure your letters arrive safe.

A little about Sarah:

Call me crazy, but I think art should be fun, affordable, and on every wall of your house. 

I grew up along the coast of southern California, and I've been making art since I could hold my first crayon. My mom and grandmother taught me how to cross stitch when I was seven, and I was put in my first art class when I was still learning to tie my shoes. I was raised with the belief that if you love something enough and you have the dedication, you can do anything you put your mind to. 

I have a tubby toddler, a crazy kid, an old lumpy dog and a very patient husband. We live in a little wooden house in Salt Lake City, surrounded by spicy lavender plants and humming bumblebees.