“Souper” Night – What’s that?

“Souper” night is another name for a Stamper play date!

Do you ever wish for a little get away where you can just kick back relax and let your creativity flow?  I have the answer for you….”Souper” Night!  I hold this once a month – where stampers can come by with their card stock, cutters and adhesive and work on what ever they want to.  I have oodles of Stampin’ UP! materials for inspiration.  You have access to all my stamp sets, inks, Big Shot dies and embossing folders  and my embossing station.

You may ask … what would this cost me?  Well, it is $5 which includes everything described above and a light dinner.  Tonight I will be serving  you a nice hot bowl of soup and a whole wheat roll.  Of course I will have  to serve you a little chocolate  just to finish things off.  Yes, I am running a soup kitchen!

What could be better than that you may ask?  Well, how about getting all this for FREE.  If you bring a new stamper with you – the fee is waived for both of you.  That’s all – just invite a new Stamper to join our family!  Check out my calendar of events.  Click here and I will take you to my Stampin’ UP! website, on the bottom right hand side you can check out all my events.  Best of all you can RSVP right from there!  One click and you’re in!

Here is your card for today.  It’s from the fabulous set Tea Shoppe.  I used, of course, our designer series paper Twitterpated.  Pairing it up with Riding hood red and Island Indigo.  I always complete the inside of my cards.  The inside should reflect the out side making it a complete package.








Here is a close up of the image inside the card.  I inked up the stamp with Riding Hood Red, then used my blender pen to remove the ink from the tea cup.  I then reinked the cup with my Island Indigo marker.  This technique is easy and gives you the opportunity to pick and choose which items you want to stand out in your image.  Give it a try and give me a comment!

Have a GREAT day!

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