I'm sharing a sneak peak at two of the cards for tomorrow's Techniques, Tools and Folds Class.  Each month we focus on a different aspect of the TTF title of the class and this month..is Tools.  We are using the Big Shot, Cropadile, Punches, and Stamp A Ma Jig. 


  • Stamps:  To You and Yours, Scandinavian Season, Sanded
  • CS:  Kraft, Riding Hood Red

  • Inks:  Chocolate chip, Riding Hood Red, White

  • Misc:  Riding Hood Red, Ribbon Slides, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, White EP

  • every day I check out the samples shared by other demos on our Stampin' Up! demo website, and there was one a while back shared by a fellow demo using the skaters and I loved the layout so I'm using it with this card.  (I'll try to find it again so that I can credit the demo.  Rob wants the computer so I'm typing against the clock)

Now I said that I'd share two but I forgot that one of them is using our Super Secret Bundle from SU that will debut Dec 23rd, called Love you Much.  I can't show it to you yet by the order of the SU court.  No sneak peaks until SU lets us but of course, those  of you coming to class not only get to see it but use it along with the adorable Candy Lane paper that coordinates!  Are you sure you can't sneak away from the Thanksgiving preparations to attend class? 

My last card I'll show you tomorrow.  I didn't get a chance to tweak it as much as I'd like.  Adria spent a better part of the day working on her Egypt project and 'm stamping away trying to get all my Christmas Buffet Card samples created when I hear the "um, mom, I'm done with the poster, now we need to make the outfit??"  Outfit, what outfit?  Yes, I'm pulled away from the stamp desk for this!  I cringe to think of how much fabric she's used but again, I'm sure I bought it about 10 years ago for some other unfinished project and it's just wasting away down in the basement.  Enjoy, and know that the Christmas cards will be finished and posted tomorrow.  I need to get to bed, my office needs some serious attention before class tomorrow and for once it's not mine, it's a days worth of school projects!