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Weekly Classes

  • Card Making and Parchment are alternate Monday afternoons 2pm to 4pm
  • Cold Porcelain every Tuesday afternoon 2pm to 4pm
  • Card Making Wednesday evening 6.30pm to 8.30pm
  • Parchment every Thursday morning 10am to 12noon
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About Us

Craft-e-Liza is located just outside Mansfield town centre at 2a Newgate Lane and can be reached either by a 15 minute walk, the number 7 bus from Mansfield bus station or by car (post code for SatNav is NG18 2LF).  

Meryl is the owner of Craft-e-Liza, she has been teaching Cold Porcelain since 1995 and gained her Pergamano Tutor Certificate in August 1996.  On offer is a wide range of paper crafting products - cutting machines, dies, stamps, paper trimmers, punches etc. along with these products there is also cold porcelain which can be modelled into almost any shape you desire. There is a selection of moulds which have been designed with the card maker in mind because the finished shape is not too deep to sit nicely on a card as a topper, these can be used with cold porcelain and because they are made from a food grade silicone can be used with fondant, marizipan you can even make ice-cubes with them.

There are  regular weekly classes taking place in the Studio, which is within the premises of the shop, and holds up to 16 people.  Meryl teaches card making, cold porcelain and parchment.  

Krafty Hands are regular visitors to the studio - because these classes are so popular Mike and Ian hold two sessions in one day.  They come on a Saturday with a morning session taking place from 9am to 12noon and the afternoon session starting at 1pm through to 4pm.

Steve and Mary from Scary Mary Cards also visit the studio and hold Saturday workshops throughout the year, these are always full of glitter and sparkle with each person having a whale of a time 

My cold porcelain one day workshops take place on a Saturday starting usually at 9am with a break for lunch and finishing about 4pm (I say about 4pm because sometimes we do run over).  I also have the odd weekend workshop if the flower demands an over night drying time 

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