I trust everyone had a great summer, but it is time to get back on schedule. So make Stampin Pink Rose part of your routine. Stampin' Up! is buzzing with many new things. This gives me a chance to share new ideas. So send me an email for the free 2014-2015 catalog and Holiday catalog or better yet contact me for a class at email@example.com Classes are posted under events.
Since getting back from Colorado (yes again), I have been busy making Halloween and Christmas cards. I have one big project I want to make and share. Stampin' Up! has an adorable Halloween wreath. The first card is these scary, but not too scary ghost. The idea came from Inking Idaho. The ghost are stamped and cut from the Fall Festival stamp and framelits. This stamp set has scary,but not too scary ghosts. Also, has pumpkins with faces and without. You will find tons of uses for this set. Checkout the next card I made with the Fall Festival. This card is not a standard 4 3/8" x 5 3/4". It started that way, but I cut 3 inches cut off the front. Then glued the pumpkins and ghosts onto the card. Today's final card is the ghost hiding behind the door. I used another ghost for this card because I made this card before Stampin! Up! came out with the Fall Festival stamp set. However, the ghost on Stampin' Up! Fall Festival will work just fine for this Halloween card. I think two ghost hiding behind the door would be perfect.
So join the fun of creating and making wonderful Fall and Winter projects from Stampin' Up! With my guidance you cards will be perfect.