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Ski Slope Little Felt Flurries!


I love, love, love this new Ski Slope Designer Series Paper from the Holidy Mini ! (When this link is blue it means you CAN click on it to view!) I knew I was going to love it when I first saw it in the mini, but now that I have it, I love it even more! It is gorgeous with Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze, and Riding Hood Red!

This card also uses the Snow Swirled stamp set, an Antique Brass Build-a-Brad, an Ice Circle Rhinestone Brad, 5/8" Real Red Grosgrain, and Word Flurries rub-ons. This picture doesn't even do this card justice!

7This card also uses Little Felt Flurries, Snow Swirled5/8" Chocolate Chip Grosgrain, and Word Flurries.

8 This card uses the most retro-looking paper in the pack, IMHO, but I love it even more than the rest because of it! This time, the rub-ons have been switched out with the Seasonal Sayings rub-ons from the Holiday Happenings Level 3 Hostess Bundle!

In case you are wondering, I am attaching the Little Felt Flurries  and the Build-a-brads with either mini-glue dots or Stampin' Dimensionals. I built my brad by stamping on Whisper White Cardstock, punching the image with the 1/2" circle punch, layering it on the bare brad with SNAIL, added the clear adhesive disk, then cut off the brad legs with a pair of my Craft & Rubber Scissors (now that I have so few stamps that need trimmed they work great for cutting metal and Sticky Strip!). I then attched the brad with a Stampin' Dimensional.  The rub-on is in the Word Flurries pack!

GEDC3403All images ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2008 This last card I used Silver brads and a greeting from Many Merry Messages. All the inner verses for these cards came from either Many Merry Messages or the Snow Swirled Set. I also used the Stamp-a-ma-jig and the Ticket Corner punch on this one!

Aren't these great cards? I got my inspiration from Andrea Walford, a Canadian Demo I met on the Bermuda cruise. I gave each card my own little "twist" to make them mine.

I made a card holder for these beauties with Textured Baja Breeze Cardstock, but you will have to come to one of my classes for an opportunity to see & make it along with the cards!

Ski Slope Cardholder & 5 Cards Class:  Monday, November 24, 2008, 6 p.m.
                                                            Friday, November 28, 2008 2 p.m. (the day AFTER

Class Fee: $25 (includes 1/2 package of Ski-slope Designer Series Paper, 1 pkg of Season of Cheer rub-ons, and 8 Little Felt Flurries, as well as cardstock, ribbon, build-a-brads, silver brads, textured cardstock, SNAIL, Sticky Strip, mini-glue dots, & Stampin' Dimensionals), as well as use of ink & stamps. You will also be provided with dimensions and instructions to make the cards and cardholder.

RSVP Pre-order Deadline: Monday, November 10th, 2008

Early-Bird Registration Deadline & Fee discount: Friday, November 7th, 2008 :Save $2!

Card Kit: $23

Kit & Stamps: $48

                    After Friday, November 7th:

Ski Slope Cardholder & 5 Cards Kit: $25 (does not include SNAIL, mini-glue dots, dimensionals, stamps, or ink) I know many of you have purchased the Snow Swirled Stamp set when it was on special for 15% off in August & September, so I hope this Kit will help you with your Christmas cards or gifts!

Ski Slope Cardholder & 5 Cards Kit & Snow Swirled Stamp Set: $50.00 (does not include SNAIL, mini-glue dots, dimensionals, or ink)

Additional supplies may be ordered at time of purchase of kits.

You may contact me by phone or email anytime before Monday, November 10th to register for the class or pre-order the kits, or use the PayPal link that will be provided in the November Newsletter.



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