Archive for September 28th, 2015

White Pines Cardmaking Kit

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On November 6, we will be creating the White Pines Cardmaking Workshop on the Go Kit.  If you are in Club, this is the time to order.  You need to order by October 2 by contacting me or joining the correct gathering on my website to receive it by the scheduled workshop date.

The White Pines Cardmaking Workshop on the Go Kit includes:
2  – White Pines B&T Duos Papers
1 – My Acrylix White Pines Cardmaking Workshop Stamp Set (exclusive)
5 – Cardstock Sheets (2 Fern, 2 White Daisy, 1 Cranberry)
1 – Bitty Sparkles
1 – Fern Thick Twine
1 – Instructional Brochure

Basic Workshop on the Go supplies: All Workshops On the Go Kits use some or all basic supply items which I recommend you bring with you.  These items include a paper trimmerscissorsspongepiercing and embossing tool kitMy Acrylix blocks for stamping, and adhesives of your choice (which may include Liquid GlassGlue Dots3-D Foam, etc.)

Additional Supplies required to complete:
Black Exclusive Inks Pad
Cashmere Exclusive Inks Pad
Cranberry Exclusive Inks Pad
Fern Exclusive Inks Pad

When you place an order of $50 or more, you get the Stamp of the Month set for only $5.
The Stamp of the Month is:
September: Paper Garden
October: Twinkle
*The Stamp of the Month will vary depending on your purchase date.  If you order online, it will be the month in which you are purchasing.  If you order by contacting me, it will be October: Twinkle.

The current Constant Campaign is:
September: National Stamping Month – Hello, Life!
October: It’s In the Bag – Get a FREE Convention Bag when you sign up to be a consultant.  Contact me for more info.
*The Constant Campaign you qualify for may vary depending on your purchase date.  If you order online, it will be the month in which you are purchasing.  If you order by contacting me, it will be the October special.

Notes: These really didn’t take too long to make.  (1) You can use the scraps from your first B&T paper to cut the remaining card pieces and you will have a full sheet of patterned paper leftover.  (2) Be thoughtful when you staple your card, you wouldn’t want to staple it shut! 😉

Here are my cards:

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