Did your Fall fly by like mine? I can't believe Thanksgiving is over and we are headed full force right at Christmas!
The other event that I feel is coming quicker than I realize is Handmade U Fourth Semester Spring 2013!!
I feel like we just had our amazing Third Semester which I am going to share about here! Spring will be here before we know it, and I have secured two AMAZING teachers for two SUPER FUN classes!! As Handmade U evolves we try new things and keep the fun things you'll remember from all semesters past. Handmade U will be held at a downtown Omaha hotel this next semester!! That means just a few blocks walk to the Old Market full of shopping and restaurants! A quick free shuttle from the airport, and just a fun atmosphere!
I am buttoning up the details and will be sharing the goods with you soon!! Be sure to write your letter to Santa including your desire to come to Handmade U Spring 2013!!
(L to R: Shelley, Michelle, Hope, Me, and Liesel)
So Thankful for these ladies that helped make Handmade U Fall 2012 so wonderful!!
Now let's remember all the fun we had at Handmade U Fall 2012! This was our biggest event yet.
Our Welcome dinner Thursday night after our afternoon of Shopping began with Goodies!! Goodies included a bag of snacks, water, Omaha tourist info for students' stay. The official Handmade U t-shirt! A small tote bag embroidered with the student's name on one side and the Handmade U embroidered logo on the other with a fun ruffle at the top (made with much love by my Mom Sara. Also a Yoyo button name pin! Of course I must mention the total bag was full of sponsor goodies!! So much love was shared with our students!! They appreciated it all so much!
Everyone was excited for the much anticipated classes of our instructors Liesel Lund and Hope Wallace Karney!
I was thrilled that Liesel came all the way from Seattle to be with us, and Hope came from Maryland! Not to mention that this was Hope's first in-person class to teach! Both did such a great job! More to come on the classes....
YUM. Nothing Bundt Cakes!! So good.
Next we had Make and Take's. My 3rd semester Alum and some of my favorite people helped out with the evening activities.
Michelle Geller, a two time Handmade U Instructor herself, taught a cute little journal that some of the girls used to track the weekend fun.
At the next table over Shelley Overholt, a girl of many talents, showed us how to make her favorite Hexi's.
Such a cute little bracelet! This one takes a bit of patience and time, but well worth it!!
Off to Bed for our students, and onto decorating the Class Room for me and a few elves ;)
More to come on the weekend.....