First – let’s start off with all the fun events that are upcoming!
This coming Saturday April 25 – if you ARE a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator – we have a special event just for you! We will show you 3 ways to host a basic (and easy) in person or online retired class. This will be done on a private Facebook page and then end with a Zoom Q&A session where you can spend time actually speaking with us! Registration ends soon – details are here.
The Retired List comes out Wednesday April 22!
Tuesday April 28th – join me and 5 of my talented Demonstrator team for a day of demonstrations showing off all of the favorites that will be leaving us. This will be a private Facebook group. You will need my code to get in (the page is not ready yet -so check back here in a couple of days for more information!) These events are simply fabulous. Trust me – you do not want to miss it!
Then Friday May 15th I will be hosting a “Retired Stamp With Me” via Facebook/YouTube and maybe Zoom…. You will get the supplies for 5 projects (cardstock, designer series paper, embellishments, etc) and you will supply your own stamps and ink! I will have complete details by the end of this week. Packets are available free this month with qualifying purchase and will also be available for a small class fee. It’s also your chance to get your name on the list for a free 2020/2021 Catalog!
Ok – now on to today’s tutorial!
This card is so bright and cheery – and that way with no flowers, lol.
If you don’t have any of the stamps that are part of the reversables collection in your stash – you are missing out!
This card comes together in mere minutes. I added an extra layer – with the same layer, so kind of a cheat layer. But if you are a newer stamper the card is just as pretty without it!
You can see the images that appear as ‘blobs’ are the reverse sides of the stamps and give a lovely shadow image.
This basically doubles the number of stamps in this set!
Check back again tomorrow when I have another card to show you from this same bundle – that is completely different!