Thursday, October 18, 2012

Snow Much Fun

With the beautiful weather we've been having, it's hard to think about snow.  But before we know it the Christmas holidays will be here.  Here's a starter...

Snow Much Fun (pg. 15) is just a fun set.   This was another convention swap, so I can't give you all the specifics.  It looks like the snowman was stamped on white or vanilla cardstock and then on the crumb cake cardstock.  Then the vanilla snowman was cut out, the scarf and hat were colored in with cherry cobbler ink, and this piece was attached to the crumb cake piece where it had been stamped now with only the arms and boots sticking out.  A great technique!

I have made a ton of cards in the last few days putting together a "Manly" class and a "KISS" class.  KISS stands for ... Keeping it Surprisingly Simple!   Or at least I think that's what I'm going to name the course.   This will be a class where with just one 1/2 sheet of card stock and two smaller pieces (2 3/4 x 4 1/4 or less) you can make some awesome cards.   More information will follow along with dates available.  There will be an introductory class where you will receive a binder, instruction sheets and over 150 sheets of pre-cut card stock (in every color Stampin' Up! offers) to get you started!  It's really an awesome concept allowing for cool, quick cards and very, very little waste.  Stay tuned for more information and dates.

Happy Stamping!

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