Oh my goodness, we have a new Suite of products debuting for Christmas this month. Starting on Nov 1st, we have the Christmastime is Here suite of products and it features some gorgeous Designer Series Paper and the Christmas Rose stamp set.
Now the Poinsettia the flower we typically use to represent Christmas here in the states but the Christmas Rose is more traditionally used in Germany and England. Legend has it that poor young girl named Madelon wanted to worship the Christ child but upon seeing gold, frankincense and myrrh brought by others, was sadden as she had no gift to bring. She searched for flowers to bring but as it was winter, none were blooming and as her tears fell, a passing angel stopped to comfort her and a beautiful white rose bloomed where her tears fell. It was originally a hellebore and not even a true rose, just resembling a small single rose but over the years a variety of roses and hellebores represent the “Christmas Rose”. Regardless which you chose, this suite of products are lovely…at Christmas time or anytime this winter. It’s NOT just for Christmas I would say.
Join me on my Stinkincutecards FB Live on Wednesday Nov 6th at 9:30am to see how easily this set is used while I demonstrate one of the cards from this weeks Take Three Class (Thursday and Friday)
. Don’t forget this class is free to anyone with a $25 order and is run Open House style. Drop in during the listed times and make your three free cards!
This bundle features both the our Distinktive line of stamps and the traditional outline images. It’s amazing!
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I’m popping in today before I head into work to share a quick video from last week’s Facebook Live. We used the Glycerin Technique during the Facebook Live and I demo’d a card that we did earlier this month in class. It’s totally fun!
I pulled out a few old retired dies to use with this set from the Holiday Catalog. I used Wonderfully Wicked along with the very fun Monster Bash Enamel Shapes. Totally stinkin’ cute, hey?
I demonstrated this card on the Facebook Live. Check it out below!
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There are a few items in the Stampin’ Up! catalog that I call “sleepers”. Things that, at first glance, don’t shout…”Order Me Now!” The Pressed Petals Specialty Designer Series paper is such an item. Not that I don’t like it per say…just that I didn’t know what to do with it. Well last month, it was one of the Designer papers that were included in the Buy 3, Get 1 Free, so since I could get it free, I figured that I’d give it a try. Did I mention that you get 24 sheets in this pack, not the usual 12? It’s a pretty fun pack of papers…just sayin’…pretty glad I ordered it.
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Just in case you missed us today on the Wednesday Facebook Live – Here’s the Fun Fold card from this weeks class. It was Totally adorable and totally easy! I will be sharing the cutting sizes in this month’s newsletter so make sure you are on my mailing list!
Don’t forget to join us each Wednesday at 9:30 CT for my Facebook Lives. I don’t want to push the “snow” season at all but am just sharing a live from earlier this month. (Aug 21st) This is a sweet simple little card using products from the upcoming Holiday Catalog. What’s your FAVORITE item from the Holiday Catalog?
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Don’t forget to join us each Wednesday on my Facebook Lives. This is the Live we did this week. Am going to throw this video up here quick this morning as we are headed down to Illinois for a soccer game this morning…yes, it’s starting. Tis the season. Kind of a joyous regret?! I’ve videotaped another but it needs a few editing before I can share it. I think it was the one where kittens and dogs were having a melee in the midst. I will have cutting sizes when I post it.