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Another "Christmas in September" Stamp-a-Stack Card!

Christmas in September Stamp-a-Stack!

I have been holding a Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack every month since July, and the next one is almost here! Every month I choose 5 designs, cut and prep all the supplies, and my stampers come and make 10 cards, two each of the five different designs, all for $20! If they place a $50 order at this event, their class is free! My next class is this coming Friday, September 25, at 1 p.m. & 6:30. I still have some spaces left in both classes, so contact me by phone or email if you would like to come!

Today was my Technique Class/downline meeting with my "Yes Ma'am!" stampers, and one of my 2nd level downline, Cathy Hewlett, showed us this new technique, "Sparkle Plenty"! First I'll show it to you, then I will tell you a little bit about how we did it!  (I'm thinking a tutorial for this one is in order, whaddayathink?) NOTE: This card is one of the Christmas In September Stamp-a-Stack cards!

Sparkle plenty


We stamped first with the snowflakes from the "Christmas Punch" Level 2 Hostess Stamp set, then stamped over these images with Versamark and "Scenic Season". After embossing with Iridescent Ice embossing powder, we brayered over the whole piece with Not Quite Navy ink! Gorgeous!

A few other samples I took pictures of before my camera battery ran out:

Ornament punch

This was one of Cathy's swaps she received at the Cincinnati Regional she attended last weekend with her downline, Melanie! In case your wondering what stamp was used to make this card, it's made with "Delightful Decorations" and the NEW Ornament punch! That ornament punch ain't just for Christmas, ya know?

This was one of the M & T's at the Cincinnati Regional using the Holiday Mini set, "Berry Christmas" and the "Bitty Box" Big Shot Die!

Berry Christmas

Well, that's all for tonight, but I"ll be back tomorrow with another sample for the Christmas in September Stamp-a-Stack!

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