Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Seasonally Scattered: Colourful Christmas Card

How in the world is it already Wednesday?! Wow. This week is flying by! I do have some VERY exciting news to report. This morning we are signing the contract to begin our basement development for my Stampin' Up! business! I can't believe it. I'm SO excited. I'll have a very large studio for teaching classes, a private office, and a full bathroom. I'll never have to leave! Just kidding…I think. :) Don't tell my husband, but I'm already planning all the fabulous decor. Let's just say that I am overwhelmed with amazing ideas. I can't wait to share the process with you!

Ok ok, on to today's card. The real reason you're here right!? This bold and bright Christmas card is one that I made for the display boards at Stampin' Up! Convention this summer. I just love a non-traditional colour palette for Christmas!
The Seasonally Scattered stamp set is great for creating a big and bold statements on cards and scrapbook pages. The sentiments 'Love', 'Thanks', and 'Merry' can be used together with so many other stamps too. I've used the Alphabet Rotary stamp here to add the 'Christmas'. To view the full supply list and shop in my online store, please click on any of the products at the bottom of this post.

Faux Vintage Book Page Wreath Class
Saturday, November 1st @ 1pm
Join me to make this stunning wreath! Cost is only $50 and included the 2 ⅜" Scallop Circle Punch ($22.95 value), and entire package of Typeset Designer Paper ($15.95 value), and all the supplies you will need to complete the wreath. Please bring a glue gun and a supply of glue sticks. 
Event fee: $50
Registration deadline: October 19th - Contact me to sign up! 

Have a fabulous day friends!
Happy Stampin'
Allison
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