We’re two weeks away from Halloween! Better buy that candy (and try not to eat it before the 31st).
Today’s card features stamper Theresa Huffman of Ink, Stamp, Love. She created this card for our team swap held September of 2019. It highlights the Spooktacular Bash stamp set, the Ornate Frame Dies, and the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper.
See a list of the products used in the card below. Click on any of the photos to buy these supplies now for your Halloween crafting!
Thanks for stopping by today. Please let me know if you have questions.
I’ve gotten a lot of mileage out of these apple cider treat packets. I’ve given them out at a team meeting and at a host of events throughout the month of September. They were so easy to put together. This packet uses Stampin’ Up!’s Harvest Hellos stamp set and coordinating Apple Builder Punch. What’s cool about this set and punch is that it can be both an apple and a pumpkin. That makes it very versatile.
Here are the steps I used:
1. Garden Green card stock cut at 6 inches x 3 1/2 inches, scored at three, and folded. Stapled sides.
2. Adhered a piece of Designer Series Paper sized 3 1/4 by 2 3/4 to front of packet. I used Stampin’ Up!’s Garden Lane Designer Series Paper here.
3. Next, I adhered a circle from the Sttiched Shapes framelits die cut from Garden Green.
4. I stamped the apple in Garden Green ink onto Mint Macaron card stock and added the sentiment from Country Home. Punched it out using the Apple Builder Punch.
5. Added an Early Espresso stem and a Mint Macaron leaf from the punch.
6. Popped it all up with a dimensional.
I found the the cider packets at the local Fry’s grocery store here in Mesa.
Thanks for stopping by today. Please let me know if you have questions. See the list of ingredients below.
Are you looking for inspiration, fun, and free product? A monthly club could be for you. How does it work?
You sign up for a six-month term and commit to:
Entering a $25 minimum online order (before shipping & tax) each month. You’re responsible for paying the shipping and tax on orders you place.
Placing your order by the 15th (or other specified day) of each month
Using the host code for each month provided to you in an email sent at the beginning of each month
Once six members have committed, I’ll conduct a random drawing to determine your host month. You’re then guaranteed:
A minimum $150 workshop order during your designated month as the host
A minimum of $15 in Stampin’ Rewards to spend on exclusive host stamp sets or any other current Stampin’ Up! product during your designated month**
Exclusive product perks for your orders each month. For example, it could be a set of rhinestones for a $50+ order.
Free monthly tutorial with four projects delivered via email
Free catalogs during your club membership term
A free, current stamp set of your choice (valued up to $25) at the end of the six-month period (excluding host sets)
First chance to sign up for the next six-month term
**When it’s your month to host, you’re welcome (and encouraged) to gather additional orders to increase your Stampin’ Rewards. (Just give your friends the monthly host code and ordering information.) If you already have five friends who want to participate, start your own exclusive club.
Additional note: Your commitment is for six months. Other crafters in the club are counting on you and your monthly club order.
Please contact me if this opportunity interests you. I’d like to get a club going as soon as possible.
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