WOW – I can't believe the response to the fabulous Holiday Extravaganza promotion – I shouldn't be surprised because of the awesome deals but it was nice to wake up yesterday and today and go online to see how many of you had taken advantage of the online ordering option through my website. It's really easy – just go to my personal business website and click on SHOP NOW in the top right hand corner and you'll be taken to the my "store" – you will need to set up a profile first but that's easy and quick. Type in the promotional code from the FLYER in the "search" box and you are set to go.
I see that the overwhelming favourite so far is All in the Family, followed by the Tags & Bags. I personally thought the Curvy Label punch and stamp set was an awesome value – check it out. My choice is the Mission Embossable Bundle! And…the Seasonal Stamper Bundle should be renamed "The Best Kept Secret" bundle- it has four stamp sets, one for each season (WOW!) for $60 – that's $15 per stamp set – I think it must have gone unnoticed with all the other great deals but check it out - wouldn't they make awesome Christmas Presents for your stamping friends? Where can you get a set for $15? Keep the set(s) you like for yourself and wrap the others up for your crafting friends.
For those who ordered online please watch your mailboxes for a special thank you coming your way in the next week. 🙂
So…back to my post….It's still snowing…well..not really…but it is snowing in my studio. I took the card from my Big Shot Club and adapted it to my Scrapper's Club layout.
Here's what I came up with for the club members this month:
I used the Snow Jumbo Wheel and Night of Navy ink for the bottom of each page. I started with a 4" x 12" strip of Whisper White cardsock. We used the Wheel Guide to line up our image. Next we ripped the top off the sheet, flipped it over and placed it under the edge of the bigger piece. That's how we made the snow drifts.
The Snowflake on page one is a Large Felt Flurries from the Holiday Mini Catalogue, a Night of Navy snowflake (from the Big Shot die cut) was layered on top and then a Build a Brad (with a stamped image) was inserted through both snowflakes and adhered to the page.
In page 2 – the first snowflake was created by die cutting 2 of the Snowflake #2 dies (using the Big Shot) – one from Brushed Silver and one from Glossy Cardstock. I then daubered Silver Encore ink on to the Glossy snowflake and covered it with Irridescent Ice EP. The top snowflake is from Shimmery White cardstock using the smaller snowflake Big Shot dies. Everything is held together with a Rhinestone brad.
The last snowflake on the page is cut with the Snowflake #2 die from a piece of cardstock weight vellum. Next I daubered on Versamark, added Heat & Stick Powder and heated it until it was sticky. Next I applied the Silver Chunky Glitter and heat it again to set the glue.
The snowflakes are from Snow Burst (on sale in a bundle for 40% off) stamp set and are stamped with Silver Encore ink.
We had fun!