Christmas Card #1…

Last week I had the privilege of having a class with 20 or so ladies.  I usually do this class one every year where we create Birthday Cards.  They then give out the same cards throughout the year when their birthdays come around.  For something a little different, we decided to create Christmas Cards & concentrate on embossing, which was a huge hit! 

Doing a class this size can be quiet exhausting & utter chaos, but I think we have it down to a fine art now whereby we are in about 5/6 small groups.  Each group has their own supplies, including inks, stamps, kits, etc while at the same time creating 5/6 different cards.

In fact, this time round I had a table where I left the Punches to be used, Big Shot & about 4 different Embossing Folders.  It worked brilliantly!

Mind you it does take me some time to think up some easy designs & cards, but at the same time, ensuring that the ladies will love them & get to use different supplies.  It also gave me a chance to use up some of my retired stock.

As with these classes everyone’s card always turns out very different, which is great!

Supplies –
Stamp Set – Lovey as a Tree – 127793, Teeny Tiny Sentiments – 120024
Ink – Certainly Celery – Retired, Chocolate Chip – 126979
Cardstock – Very Vanilla – 106550, Baja Blue – Retired, Certainly Celery – Retired
Punches – Modern Label – 119849, Word Window – 119857
Embossing Folder – Petals a Plenty – Retired
Ribbon – 1/2″ Seam Binding – Baja Breeze – Retired
Accessories – Stampin’ Dimensionals, 104430, Anywhere Glue Stick – 104045, Multipurpose Liquid Glue – 110755

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