March Card Kit is here- See details below

The Card Kit of the Month Program – March 2011


Featured Set: “Easter Blossoms” and Featured Accessory: Vintage Flower Adornments












Card Kits are the Stamping Classes that come right to your door! You’ll receive the supplies to create SIX of EACH design shown here – that means all of the consumable supplies that you need to create 12 cards total. You will also receive 2 additional full color photographs of “alternative” cards that you can make with the combined contents of the kit! In addition, you’ll receive detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to complete each of the 4 designs. This month’s card kit items are listed below, and the price of the Card Kit is just $20 – that’s less than $1.70 per card!!



Card Kit Order Deadline is March 10th. You will receive your kits at the end of the month.



Special Offer for March! Purchase the Card Kit and receive the, featured stamp set “Easter Blossoms” and the Featured Accessory, “Vintage Flower Adornments” at 20% off!





The Card Kit ($20) Includes:

 Cut Cardstock Pieces

 Cut Seam Binding Pieces

 12 – Die Cut Ovals

 12 – Very Vanilla Medium Envelopes

 Step by Step Instructions to complete 4 different card designs using the kit pieces



Add-on Products:

 Baja Breeze Classic Ink ($5.95)

 Early Espresso Classic Ink ($5.95)

 Rose Red Classic Ink ($5.95)

 Stamping Sponge ($3.50)

 Easter Blossoms Stamp Set: Wood - ($25.95) $20.76 Clear - ($1895) $15.16 with the purchase of the Card Kit.

 Vintage Flower Adornments ($5.95) $4.76 with the purchase of the Card Kit.



Other Optional Purchases:

 Stampin’ Dimensionals ($3.95)

 SNAIL Adhesive ($6.95)

 Bone Folder ($6.95)

 Paper Snips ($9.95)

 Mini Glue Dots ($4.95)



Please Note: I am glad to ship kits directly to you! There is a $3.50 shipping charge.



Contact me today to order your Card Kit Today!

Sandra D. Grimes, Manager

Stampin’ Up!


Scapbooking

Just wanted to share a fabulous blog that can be accessed by customer or demonstrator. If you are into scapbooking, this site is for you!!

http://mydigitalstudio.net/

Try it out and let me know what you think about the site???

Pat's Stamp A Stack

We had a wonderful time today at the greeting card stamp a stack. Three wonderful card designs were made and everyone took home four of each design. I also had two Senior High Students who were graduating and wanted to make thank you cards. The first card is for the senior high students. They changed up and added their own special charm. I am very proud of both of them because they finished all twelve cards! Awesome job girls!!

The next three cards are what the rest of the group made. Male birthday, Female Birthday and a Thank you card. First the female birthday card.


 Next is the male birthday card

And finally the thank you card.

I also want to send out a special thank you to my wonderful helpers! Thank you Pat ....  Thank you Karen.

We are planning another Stamp A Stack for sometime in the summer so check back regularly for the next event date and time.

Stamp A Stack helper gift

I decided I needed to give my Stamp A Stack Helpers a gift so here it is. This is a post it note holder. I am extremely excited about giving it to them tomorrow. Tell me what do you think? Would love to hear your thoughts?




Sandra Grimes

Saturday's Stamp A Stack

Good Morning,
Just wanted to let everyone know that my Stamp A Stack for Saturday has sold out. Please see my event calendar for my future events or better yet call me to schedule your own event. Thank you all for your support!

Stamp A Stack Greeting Cards

I am getting geared up to do a stamp a stack which will include three male birthday cards three female birthday cards and three thank you cards . There will be doors prizes and lots of laughter! The date is Saturday February 19th 1pm to 4pm cost $20.00. Interested ?
Sandra Grimes
Location:Sandi' Stamping Studio

Downline meeting

Just wanted to share the cote hair flower pin I gave my Downline in attendance tonight. This is so easy to make.








I used the tasteful trim die and ran our fabric through the die. Used our fabric adhesive then gathered the fabric around a
the scallop circle. I placed a vintage brad through the center. On the back I hot glue gun a hair clip. I think it turned out great! What do you think?
Sandra Grimes

Location:Grandmas house