How is your week going? Mine is going well, my family and I were able to get Christmas decorations up and I have to say I love how the tree came out. My grandsons took over decorating the tree this year. They loved putting the ornaments on the tree and asking questions about where they came from. The baby has been really good about not pulling the tree over, although she does have her own Little Tykes Tree. With the tree, she can put up or take down her own ornaments.
It is the year-end closeout and many things are selling out so you do not want to wait to purchase anything.
The Stamparatus bag is also available for purchase and it holds ALL of the Stamparatus, its accessories, and so much more. Plus I just love the navy and turquoise together. To learn more about the Stamparatus accessories check out this video below.
Another bag that is currently available is the Craft & Carry Tote! This a shallow tote bag and holds SO much product.
The tote bag can also hold a Stampin’ Trimmer! I absolutely love mine for transporting my product. This bag is only available for demonstrators and those who are signing up in January through March or while supplies last. So if you are interested, contact me at email@example.com and we can talk about how you can get yours.
Valentines Day is on its way and the Be Mine set is a perfect addition for anyone wanting to make Valentine Day crafts. Make sure to purchase this by January 10th in order to get it during the month of January so that you won’t have to rush making Valentine Day goodies.
This set is set to correspond with the Animal Expedition Set. Which is a suite that is currently available in Stampin’ Up!’s Annual catalog!
This suite is just so adorable. I love how the everything coordinates and the Designer Series Paper features hippos and alligators. Here are some examples of crafts using this suite.
I love the suite and cannot wait for the January Paper Pumpkin.
An easy project that easily wows is the Never-ending card which is so easy to make.
For this week we made a 6″ x 6″ card in which we used a strip of 6″ x 12″ piece of paper to get four strips of 3″ x 6″ strips score each strip at 1 1/2″ vertical and on both horizontal ends. If you are planning on mailing this card you can use the envelope punch board to make your envelope. To learn more about the punch board and how to make envelopes check out the video below.
To learn how to make the Never-Ending card check out this prerecorded Facebook Live video! We show you how to score and fold so that you make your own Never-Ending card.
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