Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Dashing through the snowflakes

This is the Make & Take for all my pre-Christmas workshops, so if you fancy making one, you only have to book a party! You’ll get a free catalogue, a small hostess gift from me, plus all the hostess benefits if the party reaches sales of £150.

The hostess for this party earned a Level 3 hostess stamp set PLUS £60 of free merchandise of her choice. Yes, I’ll say that again... SIXTY POUNDS of free merchandise of her choice! To say she was delighted would be an understatement.

The Rudolph comes from the fun and funky Sparkly & Bright stamp set – he’s stamped in Chocolate Chip and his nose is coloured in with a red marker. The Garden Green panel is stamped in Garden Green using the snowflake stamp that comes with the set.

The white snowflakes are made with the Sparkling wheel. I bought an unkinked cartridge and a Whisper White Craft ink refill so that I could make my snowflakes in white – and I love the way they look!

Check out the fabulous new ribbon, too – this ½” striped ribbon is now available in Real Red, Pumpkin Pie and Old Olive – three of my very favourite colours!

Stamps: Sparkly & Bright, Sparkling wheel
Cardstock: Real Red, Garden Green, Whisper White
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Garden Green
Accessories: Stampin’ Write marker – Real Red, ½” striped Grosgrain Ribbon – Real Red, Jumbo Handle, Uninked cartridge, Whisper White Craft ink refill

All products by Stampin' Up! Please email me to order a catalogue, or click the link on the right to view it online.

4 comments:

  1. Cute card! I love the white snowflakes.

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  2. I never thought to colour his nose in hee hee - looks fab. I must get me some of that ribbon too - really cute little card :D

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  3. Super cute - love that set! CC

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  4. This card looks gorgeous and I LOVE this stamp set! I tried to order it, but it was out of stock :(

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