Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Workshop samples...

Hi everyone! This past weekend, I had a fantastic workshop! I think the ladies had a wonderful time. :) I did! Everyone seemed so excited...it was a lot of fun. AND! The hostess received lots of FREE products, just by opening her home to us and hosting the workshop. How simple! Hosting a SU! workshop is a perfect way to earn free products. Also, until March 31st, everyone who purchases $50.00 (before tax and shipping) worth of SU! products will receive a free Sale-A-Bration pick. What a great deal!! Most of the sets are valued at $14.95. But, you can get them for free! It really is an exciting time at SU!...hurry because it's almost over! Call or email to place an order. Or, shop from your home by visiting my online SU! store (link is on the side of this blog). Don't miss out on free stamps! Nowww, on to the projects we created at the workshop.

This card was inspired and CASEd from a sample I saw on SCS. I think the girl's name was actually Heidi! I think this is such a fun type of card. It's made using a technique called the Z fold card--very simple! This adorable stamp set (which is so springy) is called Bold Blossom and it is out of the Occasions Mini Catalog. The cardstock colors used are Rich Razzleberry, Daffodil Delight, Very Vanilla, and Pumpkin Pie (DSP). Inks used are Melon Mambo, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, and Rich Razzleberry. The ribbon is 1/8 inch taffeta ribbon in Old Olive.

This little 3x3 card uses the stamp sets Three Little Words and Punch Bunch. Both can be FREE with each $50.00 spent (before T & S/H). Isn't SAB great?! The card stock is So Saffron from the Subtles collection, Poppy Parade from the In Color collection, Whisper White, and Certainly Celery DSP. Inks used are Early Espresso and Concord Crush. Accessories used are Linen Thread and Owl Punch.
Hope you enjoyed these adorable cards! Want to make your own? Contact me today to schedule a workshop or visit my online SU! website to start shopping now!! Thanks for looking!


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