Heather Vail in Atlantis books promoting her stor-E-cards
You buy the card for $7.00 which are all Heather's own lovely photos.
You can scan the QR code and read the uplifting story she has written about each card.
or you can go to her site stor-e-cards.com and order them online.
Heather went on Saturday to Atlantis Books and promoted her cards and offered these lovely looking and tasting biscuits to people who came in.
Fraser Newman the shop owner who is planning to open another Atlantic Books in Whakatane is in the background.
Her special little dwarf/gnome was there to be the mascot.
My friend Christine came along with me and bought a couple of cards. She thought it was a great idea too.
Isn't Heather a lovely model?
Her cheery smile is so welcoming and uplifting.
Heather works at the Waiariki Institute of Technology and she is a gifted writer. She has experience in journalism, fiction writing and copywriting.
Heather and her family came to me as a group and did a six week acrylic painting class and they produced 6 different paintings that reflected their interests and personalities.
I have some animal paintings in the kids section of the Atlantis books.
I teach this lesson to children in my after school painting and mosaic lessons.
Your child will feel like a professional artist from the first day as I have lessons on board which they are encouraged to display.
Phone 346-3435 or email email@example.com to book your child in today. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday $25.00 per hour per child.
Enrolling now for next term, Tuesday is the day I am aiming to fill, but there are still gaps on Wednesday and Monday
$25.00 per hour per student, top quality materials and nice, kind teacher.
Studio classroom at 374 Clayton Road, Rotorua
But hurry because classes are restricted to 5 people per class so everyone gets lots of help and attention to rise to their true potential.
Creative Quote of the day
In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out.
It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being.
We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit. ~Albert Schweitzer