Stampaholics
Card making and Papercraft in Surrey

Daytime and evening classes, Open Workshops and Stamping Parties

Welcome!

Stampaholics offer a variety of daytime and evening workshops, classes and stamping parties. 

We also work in partnership with charities and non-profitable organisations such as The Recovery College and The Oakleaf Enterprise. 


All workshops and classes are set in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and are a great way to socialize whilst being creative. 

The majority of the classes are family friendly (children of 9 years and above only). 


All classes are easily accessible in Guildford library and Woking library 

Upcoming classes 

Card making in Guildford library

When: Saturday 14th July between 1 - 3 pm

Where: Guildford Library, 77 North Street, GU1 4 AL

Fee: £10 per person, children £5


Come and join me for a crafty afternoon in Guildford Library in Seminar Room on the second floor. We will be making fun cards with pull tab sentiments hidden inside and also 2 shadow box cards. 4 cards per session. All supplies are included. Drinks and biscuits are also included. Each attendee will get a little gift. Booking is essential. Children aged 9 and above are welcome. Limit of one child per adult. Child fee is £5.

Full refund available if you cancel by 7th July. Payments via Paypal ([email protected]) or bank transfer (Lloyds Bank, 27179160, sort code 30 93 94) 

Limited time only! - July Stampin' Up! Promotion

Would you like to get exclusive Stampin' Up! products worth £200 for just £99? Here is how it works... Normally, your standard starter kit would include products worth over £130 but if you register as a demonstrator and buy your kit by the end of July, you will get a set of 10 ink pads worth over £60 for FREE! Click here to select your starter kit today!

Competition time!

Like our Facebook page @Stampaholics.co.uk or follow us on Twitter @Stampaholics for a chance to win this lovely Notes of Kindness kit by Stampin' Up! worth £33! Competition ends on 15th July when we pick one lucky winner.
* Makes 20 cards: 5 each of 4 designs
* Folded card size: 3.5" x 5" (8.9 x 12.7 cm)

Kit Includes: 
* Set of 6 photopolymer stamps
* Clear stamp block
* 20 printed card bases and coordinating printed envelopes
* Giftable kraft box
* Die-cut stickers and accents
* Archival Basic Black Ink Stampin’ Spot
* Baker’s Twine
* Stampin’ Dimensionals
* Adhesive-backed pearls

Stamp set of the month!

This month, I would like to share with you a stamp set called Toucan Party by Avery Elle. Avery  Elle is an American company and they bring a range of cute critter stamps and coordinating dies.  

Below are other examples to showcase this lovely stamps set (sourced from the official Avery Elle blog). 

We are working in partnership with the Oakleaf Enterprise, a mental health charity in Surrey, for a third time, to deliver a 5 week Card making Course for their clients. The course will start in September 2018. More info will follow soon!

Testimonials 

Thanks for a great afternoon! I had a fab time. Thank you Linda for inviting us all over and providing yummy cakes and scones  I had a lovely fun time with all of you great ladies – thank you Linda for being such a great host again!
Jackie
I really enjoyed it today. Thank you so much. Lovely to meet such friendly, creative and relaxed ladies!

Lindsey

Thank you, Linda. I had such a lovely morning and am delighted with my cards.

Nicole

About Us

Linda 

Founder of Stampaholics

Stampaholics is a small family run business. It was founded in 2015 and its primary focus is on connecting people who are passionate about arts and crafts (and foremost stamping!), sharing the knowledge, and improving skills and confidence. 

'It all started when we moved from Kent to Surrey. I didn't know anyone in the town. My husband suggested to join a local meetup. At the time, I could not find any crafty meetups near us, and I decided to start one myself. I remember the first meetup I ever held. I was a bit nervous about inviting strangers to my home but it turned out well in the end. We spent the whole time chatting, and I remember how nice it felt to be able to chat about things with like minded people. 

Since then, we have made a huge step forward. Some of the things I am most proud of is delivering courses for mental health charities and non-profit organisations. We worked with the Oakleaf Enterprise and the Recovery College. 

Mental health issue is very close to my heart. Besides being a qualified Teaching Assistant, More to Life Mentor and working full time within the Community Mental Health Team, it also stems from a personal experience.

And that's why I love what I do. Besides sharing the passion for crafts, it's also the gift of enabling others to learn new skills, gain more confidence and experience the sense of achievement, acceptance and belonging.'