are always looking out for our readers, and we know our local friends
cannot possibly miss a deal as good as this. What kiddie class isn't
made better with a friend? If you have a creative kiddo at home, you
won't want to miss this amazing, limited-time-only deal from the popular Wishcraft craft studio in Roscoe Village.
The clever ladies behind Wishcraft
are offering a special "2-for-1 Bring a Friend Along promotion from
September 7-10th only. You can sign your kid and a crafty buddy up for
any of the Fall 2010 craft classes and split the price of the 8-week
session. That's 50% off the regular cost - a total steal!
class offerings at Wishcraft go way beyond your typical kiddie craft
projects. Cool options include Dim Sum Paper Fun (ages 3-5) and It's Sew
Easy (age 7+). Kids can even make their own Halloween costumes or
fashion eco-friendly accessories.
has morning and mid-day classes for wee ones and afterschool
programming for school-aged kids. They even have classes for adults
looking to hone their sewing or crochet skills! Check out their full schedule online to see all of the awesome choices.
Here are the deets on how to get in on this deal:
- The promotion applies only to new students for the 2010 Fall session.
- The promotion does not apply retroactively.
- If you register online,
you can pay the full price for one student, enter the second student's
name in the "comments to seller" box and split the costs yourselves. Or
you can email the folks at Wishcraft at firstname.lastname@example.org with the info
for both students and they will send PayPal links with the 50% discount
to each person. Discount code to reference is "Tell 2 Friends."
you want to take advantage of this great deal on kid's craft classes,
you have to move fast - the special 2-for-1 promotion is only valid
through September 10th. Classes start the week of September 13th.
Want to know more about all of the good stuff happening at Wishcraft? Follow their Twitter updates or become a Fan on Facebook. Got questions? Send them to email@example.com.
Now go get those (cheap! cheap!) classes. Your crafty kid will love you for it.