Hello Stampers! Thanks for visiting us at the Expo!

I was helping my upline Sarah S. at the Expo at State Fair Park this past week end.  We had lots of fun as usual.  Just wanted to give a shout out to our stampers that came to visit us!  It’s so much fun to look up and  see the smiling faces of our stamping family members.

We did get to speak with lots of new stampers and enjoyed sharing our love of stamping with them.  Looking forward to seeing some new faces at Camp Stamp-in- Oga!  Just click here to get signed up to come to camp the first week end in November! 

Today I am getting ready for tomorrow’s Holiday class.  I took pictures of two of the cards, however, again, my camera skills are proving to be a problem.  I have a beautiful round snowflake card that I want to share with you.   I am going to try and get a better picture before I share it.

I do have an approved photo of the Halloween card we will be doing.  I thought it would be fun to do a square card and of course make a lined custom envelope to go with the card!  We are having a ball working with our new envelope maker.  It’s just so easy way to make envelopes to match our cards.  It’s also a great way to use  our    designer series paper.

Here is the card :

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI used our textured smoky slate card stock for the base of this 5 x 5 card.  The textured card stock is on page 28 of the Holiday catalog.  It is sold in 12 x 12 sheets, a package of 24 sheets for $11.95. It comes in 4 different colors, island indigo, smoky slate, cherry cobbler and old olive.  It really adds a nice element to your cards.

Next layer is our basic black followed with tangerine tango.  The designer series paper is from Witches Brew found in our Holiday catalog on page 21.  Hard to tell, but the spooky house is bumped up with dimensionals.  I could not resist using some of our candy dots to give the card balance.

I will be posting a little later with the fall card that my non Halloween stampers will be making and the beautiful snowflake card as soon as I can get a better photo of.

Happy Stamping!

 

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