Stamp Club Review August 2021

So it’s time to start stamping for halloween! This adorable card features items from the Cute Halloween Suite (#156279). We used the Cute Halloween Bundle (stamps and coordinating punch), Cute Halloween 6″ x 6″ DSP (#156479) and also the Cute Stars, adhesive-backed sequins. I chose to pair these items with Black Glittered Organdy Ribbon (#147897) …

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World Card-making Day is coming

Save the Date!!! October 2 It may seem early, but I want you to plan ahead and put this date on your calendar! World Card-making Day (yes it’s a thing!) is coming on Saturday October 2. And we are going to MAKE CARDS!! Lots more info to follow, but for now, reserve the day so …

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Coffee and Card-making

If you know someone who is new to stamping (or hasn’t stamped in a really long time), let them know about my beginners class called Coffee & Card-making. It pops up on a Saturday morning, about once per month. Next opportunity is Saturday September 18. Guests learn all the basics about ink, stamps and techniques. …

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Blog post August 4, 2021

There are so many great things to tell you today. I’ll start off with the current Promotions: Sale a-bration and how to get free stuff, followed by JOINING during the Sale a-bration. At the end of today’s post, I’ll review Stamp Club from July so you can see the fabulous projects we made. I’m so …

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Coffee & Card-Making class

This 90 minute class is designed to introduce new crafters to stamping and paper-crafting. You’ll get a hands-on experience with ink pads, different types of stamps, cardstock and more. Success is guaranteed! Class is free! All materials are provided as well as coffee and treats#. Register for an upcoming class Next Class date: Saturday July …

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Stamp Club June 2021 Review

Wow! This month we made 2 cards with the same fun-fold but with different stamp sets. It was really fun to master this card by doing the steps 2 times. This fun-fold card gives you 5 front panels to really show off your favorite DSP. The first card, shown below, was made with the Pansy …

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