Everyone has that one sister/aunt/cousin/friend who's the queen of the holidays. Her home smells of cinnamon apples, her themed Christmas tree is decked out with fancy ornaments perfectly spaced and coordinated. She has tasteful fake frost lining her windows and all the presents under the tree have been professionally gift-wrapped.
And every year, when you show up to the queen's home for a holiday party--with that Chia Pet you bought at Rite Aid shoved in a cartoon reindeer gift bag--you smile wide and wish you had the time and/or money to stick it to her.
Well, now you can—in a classy and creative way—at the Idaho Poster and Letterpress Christmas card and giftwrapping paper printing class. In the three-hour workshop, you'll be able to print your holiday cards, invitations and sheets of gift-wrap paper with antique letters and Christmas cuts. Your handmade artistic creations are sure to be the envy of that holiday diva, and she'll be dying for your advice for next year. But sign up quick by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, because the class has limited enrollment.