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HANDMADE HOLIDAYS: ALL NATURAL SKINCARE GIFT BASKET

Save $20.00 with a 2022 Membership - New and Renewal of unexpired 2021 memberships


Course Number: 224DAHW030

Dates: Sunday, December 4, 2022
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Meets: Su from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Fee: $105.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

This course ended on December 4, 2022

Fill a holiday gift basket with all-natural skin care products you make from scratch using luxurious oils, fragrances, goat's milk and more. You'll learn to make handlotions, bath salts, lip balm, body rubs, cleansing cream and more. Go home with a beautiful complete bag and recipes for many more products. All materials and supplies needed are provided for the materials fee of $35 PAYABLE TO INSTRUCTOR in class.
Fee: $105.00

Save $20.00 with a 2022 Membership - New and Renewal of unexpired 2021 memberships

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)Non-member$ 105.00
Optional FeeDonation$ 1.00

Anne Rambo

Photo of Anne's work

(404) 316-8946
ramboanne@hotmail.com
Anne's Classes

Stained Glass Artist Anne Grant Rambo is a native Atlantan, growing up in the Druid Hills area. She now lives in rural Rockdale County, sharing "Cocklebur Farm" with her husband and daughter and a menagerie of pets and farm animals. Her love of animals and nature is reflected in much of her stained glass work. Influenced by her Scottish heritage (the Grant Clan), Celtic art has become another focus. A passionate appreciation for glass art began when she took a class with the idea of creating several pieces for her new home. That first class extended to many more, plus workshops and apprenticeships. Calling herself a "reformed" accountant, Anne feels she has found her "heaven on earth" changing careers. Now a full time artist and teacher of stained glass, Anne particularly enjoys sharing her knowledge and experience with her students at the Spruill Art Center in Dunwoody.

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