If you are done with your Halloween cards or just need a break, then it is time to step it up on your Christmas cards. The Halloween cards may be fun, but the Christmas cards seem to be a bigger project. It may be because they are more work or volume needed to get done, but now is the time to get started. So I am giving you another Christmas card this week. Those that are getting my newsletter are enjoying the Twelve Weeks of Christmas. This is full of cards, tags, and projects. So if you have not signed up for my newsletter do it today and don’t delay. After all, it is FREE.
I have titled this card Rudolph So Bright. I just know you can guess Rudolph with his shiny nose. He has lots of love to share with you this Christmas. Everything is in this picture says Christmas; between the star, the star embossing folder and of course Rudolph. Let him help spread the love. I have a list of supplies below, but if you want more detailed instructions join the VIP group. It is here you will find the PDFs.
What do you think of when you hear “Halloween”? Yes, Trick or Treat, but remember that Jack O Lantern on the porch. So here comes your pumpkin card done with “Sparkly Season” framelit and stamp set. Notice this a bundle which means you save 15% ordering it. The spiders stamped are so perfect to accent the card. They came from “A Little Something.” Stampin’ Up! thinks of everything. So Happy Spooky Halloween to you from me.
The list of supplies is below. If would like to order the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog and/or Holiday catalog, please click on the drop down for catalogs. I would love to help you enjoy this wonderful hobby. Don’t forget to RSVP for my Open House Oct. 17th (Saturday) 2 -4 if you live in the Des Moines, Iowa area. There will be Free Gifts and PDFs along with refreshments.
Here is Wow Wednesday video #4 and yes I know it is Thursday. I decided yesterday download the new Microsoft software. Fatal error! First it took forever to download and then the disk didn’t want to load. You know the one with pictures. It took forever again to remove and change it back to the original set up. Hence, a day late. So here is the video and a peak at the card in the VIP.
Learn to mask and add interest to your project.
Don’t forget if you are in the Des Moines, Iowa area I have added classes which the information is on http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/pinkrose/ Also, don’t forget I am having an Open House October 17, 2015 from 2 to 4. There will be free gifts and PDFs to take home along with refreshments. Please RSVP so I know how many to plan on by Friday October 16th. I look forward to see my clients.
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