Wednesday, September 16, 2015

A Little Something Notecard Set: Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop

Hello friends! I come to you today from beautiful St. George, Utah! I'm here soaking up the sun and enjoying a relaxing time here at Stampin' Up! Founder's Circle 2015. As one of the top 20 demonstrators in Canada I earned a spot at this luxurious retreat, and I am SO thankful! The top 100 US demonstrators and top 20 Canadian demonstrators are here, and I'm so excited to share in this experience with them! 
Thank you to every single one of my customers and amazing team members for making this dream become a reality for me!

So let's get on with things shall we? I'm sure you're here to see what I've created this week for the Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team blog hop. The Artisan Team is using the A Little Something Bundle this week. In this bundle you'll find the Square Pillow Box Thinlits Dies and the A Little Something stamp set. So much potential here!
I chose to create a darling little card pouch with the Pillow Box Thinlits and stuffed it with three notecards and envelopes. I love how these notecards fit so perfectly inside. 
The real showstopper here is the Home for Christmas Designer Series Paper. If you don't have this one already, you NEED it. It's adorable.
I've used a few different patterns for my project today, and the retro graphics are my new fave. I cut some out for the focal images on my cards.
I know my local ladies will be asking, so I might as well spill the beans - yes, this will be a class on my October or November calendar. I just need to finalize a date. And if you're interested in a class to go, this will also be an option. Stay tuned for details!

Now let's go see what Barbara has created to share this week shall we?

Thank you so much for stopping by! I'll be blogging sporadically as I share details from Founder's Circle, but if you want to stay connected, be sure to follow me on Facebook and Instagram!

Happy Stampin'



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2 comments:

  1. So much adorable-ness!! I love the idea of cutting out the images!

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