Valentine Gift Class 2020

Valentine Gift Class 2020

Each year we try to make something that works well as a gift for a guy.  Be it for your valentine, father, son, . . . .

Last year’s gift was such a hit, I knew it was going to be tricky coming up with something to top it.  I came up with an idea, however, and finally got around to making it a reality.  Thus far, I would say it has been a success.Valentine Gift

We are fixing up these wooden plaques!  Naturally, each piece of wood is going to be different, but you get to choose from what is still available.  You also get to choose the wording you would like to use.  You cold choose to use words such as: “Grandpa”, “America”, a pets name, “man cave” . . . whatever!  I think this could be really cute with a dogs name and then their leash and other items hanging from the hooks.

We are putting the Big Shot to work for this class as it cuts and embosses metal to make those letters!

I forgot to take pictures of every plaque made the other day, but I did get two of them which I was given permission to share with you.

Wood plaque

Handmade gift

Another had the name of a grandson on it.

Now this class is labeled as a valentine gift class, but don’t let that hold you back.  Think of the guys in your life and who needs this sign!  I am also happy to extend this class beyond the dates listed below if you are interested.

Valentine Gift

Create a special gift for your valentine this year.

When:  Choose one of the dates listed below to attend

  • Thursday, January 30, 1:00 P.M.
  • Thursday, February 6, 1:00 OR 6:30 P.M.
  • Tuesday, February 11, 1:00 OR 6:30 P.M.

Where: StampThat, New Freedom, PA
Cost: non-refundable $30.00
RSVP:  with payment, at least 2 days before you plan to attend class
What to bring: Snail & Tear n Tape

Contact me to RSVP for this class.  Someone you know would love to have this gift!


  1. You have a super great idea for your “Valentine Gift Class 2020”. The wood part os almost like recycling something natural. I would have never thought of something like that. Thanks for sharing such a great idea Becky. Hello to the Family and have a great day. ( :

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