How any of us have our Christmas Cards in the mail? I’ve managed to post a few this week only because I am a little restricted in what I do for the next 10 days due to eye surgery but happy to say that it is coming along in leaps & bounds.
When I first saw the Stitched Stars Dies, the first thing that jumped into my head was an Interlocking Card & I am happy to say we did one in class a couple of weeks ago! It’s been so long since I’ve created this type of card that I enjoyed the process.
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I’ve teamed up with my mate, Sandra from the UK to bring you 12 Weeks of Christmas! Each Friday, we will each be showcasing a Christmas project for you to create in time for Christmas or to post off in the mail. That’s 24 projects!
It is my way of thanking you for being a customer, attending any of my classes, subscribing to my blog, following me on Instagram & FB or subscribing to my Newsletter,
I haven’t really done any crafting or been in my craft room the past week or so. Sometimes you just have to take a step back when life & health take a down turn, but fingers crossed all good. This means that a couple of things have had to be put on the backburner including a few classes but hopefully we will be back in November.
We are a group of SU! Demos from all over the world sharing their love of Stampin’ Up! You are free to join us if you like, but we do ask that you be a current SU! Demo & that you use current SU! products.
This month it is all about showcasing our gorgeous DSP or a favourite stamp set.
You may have arrived from Vickie’s blog where I’m sure you would have seen her fantastic project.
I was torn between a few & then created one with both my favourite stamp set & DSP but sent it off in the mail forgetting to take a photo & what I did it for in the first place!