I'm so sorry I did not post this earlier but it's been a busy household! My kids have been out of school since May 17th. Yes, you heard that right :) Any how, Stampin' Up! is starting a NEW promotion June 1, 2016 that I wanted to share. During the month of June, you can pick ANY TWO STAMP SETS from the new catalog in addition to the $125 worth of product for only $99!!! You can join my team HERE. I would LOVE to have you on my team :) Whether you want to join for the discount or to actually start your own business - it DOES NOT matter to me.
By joining my team, you will have access to a private FB page full of demonstrators countrywide along with project ideas and inspiration. We have monthly swaps and challenges. It is an AWESOME group to be a part of. Everyone is so supporting and positive. There's no negativity here. All you need is a $300 retail quarterly minimum, which can be yours personally, from online orders or even friends and family orders. As always, if you don't already have a demonstrator I would LOVE to be yours!!!!
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Today's project is a thank you card using one of my favorite stamp sets.
Lovely Amazing You - 140594. This is one of those treasures that is not found in the catalog but still available to order. It is not on the retiring list so double win!!
I am also participating in #acardadayinmay challenge hosted by Robyn from My Pink Stamper.
This is my Day 4 card so I'm on a roll so far. It will be very exciting to see how many cards get created and mailed over the month of May!
Don't you love receiving Happy Mail - I sure do :)
Today's project showcases a technique called "3 Step Stamping". I created this card in 3 different color schemes; bermuda bay, melon mambo, and tempting turquoise. Please leave me a comment and let me know which color is your FAVORITE. You will be pleasantly surprised by how quick and easy this technique can be. It has such a "wow" factor but is easy to do :) Give it a try.