Greetings my stamping friends! WOW! Friday’s events at #OnStageAtHome were AMAZING! I wish you could have all been here with me to see all of the talented demonstrators who shared their creativity with us as they dazzled our eyes with incredible pieces of art in the forms of handmade cards starting from a simple version stepped up to an avid version. I will be sharing some of these cards with you very soon once I get my hands on the stamps, inks and papers they used to create their projects.
I joined a few of my sister demonstrators at Amy Storrie’s home in Denton, Texas and we watched as a group to try to incorporate a little of the “convention” ambiance. Granted, there were just five of us, but we were socially distanced as best we could and YES, we all wore our masks!
I am sharing something (actually three things) with you today that we made today during our “Stamp & Share” portion of our day which we would have called our “Make & Takes” had we been at an in-person event. When we registered for #OnStageAtHome we had the option to purchase part of a suite of products to use for this purpose called Dandy Garden Project Collection. This complete suite will be available for customer’s to purchase in January with the release of the January-July Mini Catalog.
Of course, if you cannot wait until January to purchase this suite of products, if you were a demonstrator for Stampin’ Up!, you would be able to pre-order these products starting on December 1. A starter kit is just $99.00, is 100% customizable by you and includes $125.00 of products. Any purchase you make thereafter receives a minimum of a 20% discount and counts towards your quarterly minimum! What a deal, right!? Let’s talk about the benefits of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.
Okay, here are the Stampin’ Up! products that I used in the design of these cards that are available for purchase now. You can add these products to your shopping cart by clicking on the thumbnails below:
CARD 1:Product List
CARD 2:Product List
CARD 3:Product List
If you have any questions about the design elements of these cards, including layer measurements, please ask me.
I will have more updates for you tomorrow for our final day of #OnStageAtHome so stay tuned.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.