Holiday Gift Wrapping Class offered in San Mateo

November 19, 2012 by  

Aiming to promote the message that gift wrapping does not have to be a frustrating and tiring experience, the College of San Mateo is offering a class on December 1 where attendees can learn secrets for superb and fun gift wrapping.

The workshop offers techniques as presented by Megumi Inouye. Guests should bring a few gifts they wish to wrap to use for practice purposes. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to take home creations in gift wrapping to impress even the most pernickety family member or friend.

Inouyi has appeared on many television shows demonstrating her art of gift wrapping skills. She has been the leader of several events relating to gift wrapping in both San Francisco and New York.

Colleges that offer non-credit and specialty courses often have flyer printing done to help promote the courses. Flyers are easily distributed to students, parents, staff, and the community in order to help develop attendance.

Catalog printing is another frequent project for printing companies per request of schools and colleges. Catalogs are usually made to contain a list of all the upcoming classes usually per semester with a complete description of each class, with registration forms and instructions often included in the catalogs.

The upcoming San Mateo holiday gift wrapping course will be held at the College of San Mateo, located on Hillsdale Blvd from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. The cost is $45.00 per person. For more information, call 650-574-6161 or visit the college website.