Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Tips & Techniques Thursday - September 25, 2018 - Stampin' Up! chicken Wire Elements

Today I want to show you a fantastic new embellishment or element in the Holiday Catalog. It is the Chicken Wire Elements and is in the Country Lane Suite and is located on page 43.

I love this and you can use it full size or cut it down.  You can sponge it, dauber it, and just swipe your stamp pad across it.  Did I say I loved it.

Check out the video and see what you think.

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To see what this is like for September all orders over $50 using this months hostess code KPE2VZW I will send you a sheet of Chicken Wire.  Order here.

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Since this is now my lively hood I would love it if you would order your Stampin' Up! products from me.  Just click here to order.

Another way I make my living is to hold my on-line class the Stamp a Month Club.

I would like to invite you to a great on-line class called the Stamp a Month Club Class. I want to show how versatile our stamp sets are.  That all you really need is one or maybe two stamp sets to make all the cards you need.  So every month I will pick one stamp set and then make all the cards with that set, Christmas, Birthday, Thank You and general cards.  I will do 3 - to ???  projects.  All photos will be posted in a closed Facebook group for you to see.  I will also upload written instructions for at least 3 projects. You will be able to add your own photos for that month's stamp set.  I will give out gifts and prizes.  There will be games and fun times.   We will have at least one live event a month where you will see the monthly stamp set in action.

September we are using Varied Vases stamp a  new stamp set in the 18 – 19 Annual Catalog.  We will also be using in future months Pleasant, Pheasants, Winter Woods,  Time for Tea, Country Livin, and others.

OK  the Details when you sign up the first month is $6 and then after that is $15 a month.  You can sign up here http://www.22s.com/marysstamping/106976

I would love it if you tried it out.

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