St. Patty's Day Card


Here's my St. Patrick's Day Card.

Recipe:

125568   Pear Pizzazz Pleated Satin Ribbon    $6.95
125457   Happy St. Patrick's                  $7.95
126537   Gnome Sweet Gnome (clear)     $21.95
125592   Paper Doily Sizzlit Die           $21.95
125598   Labels collection framelets    $26.95
126154   Everyday Enchantment DSP     FREE (Sale-a-bration)
127279   Everyday Enchantment Ribbon and Brad Pack   FREE  (Sale-a-bration)
119247   Basic Pearls                            $4.95
125577   Large Pearls                            $4.95
124329   In Color Cardstock 2011         $6.95
119797   In Color Cardstock 2010         $6.95
100730   Whisper White Cardstock     $8.50
119706   Brights Cardstock                     $6.95   (you need Daffodil Delight and Tempting Turquoise)
119976   Square Lattice Embossing folder   $7.95
119881   Heart to Heart punch              $16.95     (use the smallest heart and punch out four of them)
119859   Extra-Large Oval punch           $16.95    (punch out strips for the rainbow)
117191   Bird Builder punch                   $16.95
119858   Boho Blossum punch                $16.95
118480   Crochet Trim Chantilly 1/2"        $6.95
100037   Blush Blossom Marker            $3.50  (Used for the skin tone)
119804   Watercolor Crayons Brights           $16.95
102845   Blender Pens                            $9.95
101406   Stazon Ink Black                      $7.95
122935   Lucky Limade Ink Pad              $5.95

Plus:
piercing tool, adhesive, dimensionals and scissors

That sounds like a lot when you write it all out but I've been doing Stampin' Up! for four years now and have collected the punches over time and ink pads and papers. I actually used my scraps for this card. Do you keep your scraps? If so how to you organize them? Here's what I did recently:




File folders. I wrote the color on each folder and started sorting all the cardstock I had saved. I was surprised how much useable pieces I had. It was funny too that I could pick up a piece of cardstock and know that it was River Rock, Pear Pizazz, Old Olive, Pool Party, etc. Pretty good.

So now you would like to make the card above and you actually find that you have cardstock you can use and punches already. What you really need for this card is the cute Gnome and the Happy St. Patrick's Day stamp. The doily is a great addition to any crafter's supplies. You don't have to punch out all the little pieces either. I made one and left a lot of them in. See:



You could also buy the starter kit for just $125. You can pick those two stamps plus two others.  plus 4 ink pads, 2 markers, blender pen, papers, cardstock, adhesive, sponges, wheel, wheel handle, reinker, versamark pad, etc.

Watch the video to learn more:  Join the Fun

Another way to make this card is to come to the class on March 15th. I'll be at Ann's store Gulf Coast Scrapbooking at 10am. Cost is $10 or a $20 order. Space is limited so sign up now.Call the store at 251.223.4441.

Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!










Comments

Jackie Barfield said…
Getting people signed up for this class already. Hurry while space is available.

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