Hi everyone and welcome to another Terrific Tuesday Video!
Today I am going to share with you my online class that I am offering for the month of September. It uses the beautiful Christmas Quilt bundle from the holiday catalog. This is one of my favorite bundles!
This is one of two of my classes that I am offering online this month. Here are the details. The kit comes with cardstock/paper cut for you to make 10 cards (5 designs, 2 of each). You will need to purchasing the following products from my ONLINE STORE to make these cards.
If you already have these products you can substitute with a $62 order picking products of your choice.
Once you place your order, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . Your kit will ship to you via USPS. I will send you a paypal invoice for $7.20 to cover the shipping cost (US only).
Here are pictures of the cards for this class:
Here is a picture of the bundle. I used it for Christmas cards but it is very versatile and can be used for all occasion cards too!
Before I get started I just have to share this picture with you. Most of you know that I LOVE participating in card swaps. This is where I make cards of the same design and swap them with other Stampin’ Up! demonstrators.
I participate in card swaps every time a new catalog comes out. Here is a picture of all the swaps being sent back to us!! I will do a video next week and show you all the swaps I received.
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Here is the list of supplies that I used to make these cards: