Easel Cards Are Easy to Display

Georgia Brosnihan shown with easel cards made during one of her classes.

Jaine Toth

Easel cards, taught by Georgia Brosnihan, make great gifts because they are easy to display. Creativity abounds. Most of the people who took the class crafted leprechaun cards for St. Patrick’s Day, but other ones included an Easter bunny and a friendship card.

Different members take turns teaching new techniques. Classes are usually held twice a month. On other days, members work on their own projects, be it cards or scrapbooks, and many take time to create cards for the Paper Crafting Club’s charitable projects.

We now have a New Member Chairperson who will present a basic kit of welcome materials to each new member and assign a mentor if the person has limited or no experience in paper crafting.

We meet in the Creative Arts Center on Mondays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Thursdays from noon to 4 p.m. If you’re curious but not sure if this is something you’ll enjoy, your first visit is free. Then if you wish to join, your annual dues include most of the materials in the cupboards and use of all the machines. For more information, contact Club President Pat Serveiss at [email protected] or 719-661-1582.