Looking for some chatter from my readers. Just want to make sure I’m not alone on this stamping journey!
Good news, I’m currently at 32,000 points. For those of you who are not aware, I have to reach 40,000 points by the end of June to earn the next Grand Vacation to Hawaii. How do I earn points you ask? Well, I get a point for every dollar in products ordered. I also receive points when my down line promote. That’s why it’s so important to have a great team. My plan is to grow my team and have them work with me so that we can all go on the 2016 Grand Vacation! I don’t even know where the vacation will be, but, I can guarantee that it will be as promised: A GRAND VACATION!
How about some cards? Here are some of the cards we made in Kismet class this week:This 5 x 5 card is made with the new photopolymer stamp set, Endless Birthday Wishes that I talked about a few days ago. Such a sweet set! The stamps with the words are placed on an acrylic block and all stamped at the same time! Such a cool, fast way to stamp. The cake was colored in with bermuda bay, summer starfruit and strawberry slush markers. Then I used our silver dazzling details for the candle tops and iridescent dazzling details over the summer starfruit accents on the cake. The designer paper used is from the Occasions catalog, it’s call Kaleidoscope. The base of the card is smoky slate. We also made an envelope with a matching liner. It was a surprisingly fast card to make and really shows off the stamp set and the beautiful paper!
Here’s another one:This fun fold card uses the designer paper from the Fresh Prints paper stack in the Occasions catalog. The verse is from the Happy Watercolor stamp set. I used the heart and circle framelits and 1/2 of a doily for the front of the card. Inside I used the delicate lace tape, (which I know is hard to see). A little rhinestone bling and a little ribbon and tada a card is born!
Hope you enjoyed the cards. Thanks to the stampers that made it to class!!
Here are the desserts that I promised you a while back: