If you love getting together with others, creating fun papercrafting projects, learning new techniques and crossing some things off that long Stampin’ Up! wishlist then Stamp Club is a perfect way to do all of the above.
For Stamp Club Members, classes are free and held in my home, so you don’t need to do anything but come along and enjoy some time for YOU.
I am starting some new Stamp Clubs which will kick off in July. As always these clubs have filled very quickly and there are now just 2 spots remaining for my Monday Club which will be held once a month for 6 months. We will be seeing in the brand new Idea Book and Catalogue which arrives September 2011, so you will get your own copy as part of the club benefits.
Other benefits include :
*Hostess freebies one month out of the 6
*Special club deals
*Being the first to see new products as they are launched
*Creating some gorgeous projects that wouldn’t normally be shown at a workshop (like the box pictured above and the card pictured below)
The above projects were last month’s club creations and we had a great time learning some of the finer points of paper sculpting as well as a new technique using Fine Supernova Glitter (getting thoroughly covered in the sparkly stuff in the process!)
If you would like to take one of the remaining Stamp Club spots for yourself and a friend let me know and I will send you some extra information and an application form.
Finally I have had a number of requests from demonstrators who saw my Workshop Wow at Convention for a link to a picture of the quilt I displayed during my presentation.
Here is the a picture of the quilt which was created by one of my very talented customers – Pamela.
If you look closely at my shockingly blurry photo you will recognise the Top Note and Leaves #2 Big Shot Dies I’ve used to cut out the applique’s. You can also cut wadding plus several layers of poplin cotton at one time saving many hours which would have been spent cutting shapes by hand! If you are a quilter and would like a free in-home demonstration of how to use the Big Shot machine with fabric just contact me and I will call you to organise a time that’s suits us both.
My inspiration for the box above came entirely from Kelly Lunceford’s amazing blog (google her – she’s awesome!).
Here is a list what I’ve used to create my version of the box (all available through me from Stampin’ Up!) –
Stamps : Short and Sweet stampset
Ink : So Saffron, Basic Black, Baja Breeze Classic Ink Pads
Paper : Newsprint Designer Series Paper, Baja Breeze Cardstock, So Saffron Cardstock, Vellum Cardstock
Accessories : Fancy Favour Bigz XL Die, Beautiful Butterflies Bigz Die, Subtles Designer Buttons, Linen Thread, Sponge Daubers, Sticky Strip, Mini Glue Dots, Champagne Fine Supernova Glitter, Very Vanilla 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon, Anywhere Glue Stick, Powder Pals, Hand Held 1/16″ Circle Punch.
For the card –
Stamps : Sew Suit Clear mount stamp set
Ink : Melon Mambo
Paper : Sweet Stitches Designer Series Paper, Bashful Blue and Very Vanilla cardstock
Accessories : Mini Glue Dots, Sticky Strip, Dimensionals, Itty Bitty Punch Pack (still available from previous Mini Catalogue), Basic Pearls
If you have any questions about my creations please email me – I love hearing from you 🙂