This past weekend was my monthly Stamp A Stack. It's one of my card classes that I always look forward to. It is fun to see my customers and downline who attend so faithfully as well as to meet new friends who come to join the fun.
Here are the cards we created at this months class.
I featured two stamp sets at this month's stamp a stack that were designed by two Million Dollar Achiever demonstrators. This first card featured a stamp set designed by Angie Juda and features her adorable dog Bella. The set is approriately named, Bella and Friends.
This is a super simple card and I think super cute too. I had many guests comment on how sweet Bella was and even one who said she had a similar looking puppy named Bella too.
The next cards stamp set called, "One Wild Ride" was designed by Million Dollar Acheiver Dawn Griffith. If you came to our May retreat last year you will remember Dawn and Rich were a huge part of making is such a success! Dawn and Rich are two of my most favorite people who truly have hearts of gold. I was so blessed to spend time with them where we made so many wonderful memories to last a lifetime!
I think its so cool that the artists at Stampin' Up! designed this stamp by looking at a photo of Rich's actual motorcycle!
This is a great stamp set for creating masculine cards or even an all occasion card for your adventurous friends.
I am in LOVE with our new Large Letter Framelits. I featured them this month along with our Timeless Textures stamp set to create this simple and elegant monogram card. Everyone had the opportunity to choose their own monogram when they created this card.
I choose a "T" to demonstrate at my Saturday class and shared that if you didn't want to make a monogram card you could easily convert it into a Thank You card. On Sunday I demoed a "P" monogram and Pam who attended that class was thrilled thinking that I had custom made these cards with her in mind cause her initials are PT.
It couldn't have worked out more perfectly if I had planned it myself and just look at this cute picture I got of Pam with the perfect initial monogram cards.
Our final card was done by request, a Christmas card. It was this card that got the biggest WOW at both classes. It wasn't because of the card itself but because of the new product I showed on this card, a product that is just FABULOUS!!! The minute I showed it to my friends at both classes, they reacted with a big "WOW" something that demonstrators get really encouraged about when they hear it. My Saturday class was SO cute I told them, "wait, I need to capture this moment, can you please do what you just did again, so I can get a picture" and this was the result.
I LOVE cheers of joy from Happy Stampers who are excited about our newest products!
Well here is the card that features the new FABULOUS foil acetate. I'm not just saying the word fabulous because that is what I think about it but it literally is called FABULOUS FOIL.
This product is one of those that is hard to appreciate its beauty unless you see it in person. It is so lovely and the thing I like best is one side is gold and the other side silver. I attached it to the red card stock using two glue dots that I strategically placed under the pattern to avoid being noticeable.
This set, Peace This Christmas is available now as well as this beautiful Holly embossing folder. This card would be a simple card to start working on now so that you'll be ahead of the game this Holiday Season.
I LOVED the Fabulous foil acetate so much that I created two birthday cards with it that I will feature on my blog this week and at the end of the week I will be giving away a 6 x 6 sampler pack of this beautiful paper by way of a blog candy drawing. To enter just make a comment on this post or any of the next two birthday posts that will feature this beautiful product.
To comment on my blog scroll past the section at the bottom of my posts that show the product used and click on the word "comment". I will draw a name from all the comments received this week on this post or any comments on my next two birthday card posts and will choose a winner to receive the acetate at the end of the week.
Thank you for stopping by to hear about my July Stamp A Stack class. I hope you liked the projects and were inspired to get out your stamps and create some beautiful projects of your own this week.
Until next time, Happy Stampin'