Tuesday’s Tools, Tips & Techniques

QUESTION:  What supplies were used to create that Christmas Card in the lower right corner on page 21 of the new Idea Book & Catalog?

 Christmas Sample

ANSWER:  Good Question!  The new Catalog is chocked full of great ideas that you would want to CASE – Copy & Share with Everyone!  To make this easier for you, Stampin'Up released a PDF file of the Stamping Supplies used to create all those wonderful projects.    Download Stamping Supplies PDF

This handy file allows you to find all the supplies you need to make any of the unique projects featured in the annual catalog.   Here is the supply list for that card take directly from the PDF file.  

 21d – Merry Christmas card

Bells & Boughs and Come to Bethlehem Stamp Sets; Real Red and Very Vanilla Card Stock; Patio Party Designer Series Paper; Early Espresso and Real Red Classic  Stampin’ Pads; Victoria 5/8" Crochet Trim; Cherry  Cobbler Baker’s Twine; Basics Glimmer Brads; Vintage Faceted Designer Buttons; Stampin’ Dimensionals; Big Shot; Apothecary Accents Framelits Dies; Paper Doily Sizzlits L Die; sewing machine and thread 

It's a handy list – but what if you want to know HOW to create the card?   That is the job of the Independent Stampin'Up Demonstrators known as Wendy & Cheryl!  Give us a call at (608) 237-7103 or e-mail us HERE.  That is one of the many benefits that come with purchasing supplies from us.

Speaking of Christmas – Starting in July and then every month through November, we will be having Christmas Card Classes.  Make 4 Christmas cards and a 3D item OR 5 Cards for $20.00. Come to Christmas class every month from July to November to made a collection of cards to give your friends and family, or to find the card you want to make for all of them. You must pre-register and pre-pay one week before class. Remember, if you buy the supplies to make your Christmas cards from me, I will cut them for you! 

Go HERE see our upcoming Calendar of Events!

Happy Stamping!


Wendy & Cheryl

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