Friday, October 22, 2010

Tree Trimmings and Jolly Holiday DSP

 

I wanted to show you the cards that are offered in the Tree Trimmings Class Planner.  The planner ($5 in the left sidebar) includes all of the dimensions and instructions to make all four of these cards. 

Purchase the Tree Trimmings Stamp Set and any Designer Paper and I will send you the instructions for these four cards for FREE.

Just email me your information after placing an order and I will send it right to you!

Here’s a list of the supplies used on these cards;

Stamp Set:
     Tree Trimmings Stamp Set 116722
     Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set 115370
Paper:
     Jolly Holidays Designer Series Paper 117159
     Cherry Cobbler 8-1/2x11 Card Stock 119685
     Very Vanilla 8-1/2x11 Card Stock 101650
     Old Olive 8-1/2 x 11 Card Stock 100702
Punches:
     3/16” Corner Small Punch 119871
     Scallop Edge Border 119882 1-3/8”
     Circle Large 119860 1-3/4”
     Scallop Circle XL 119854
Ribbon:
     5/8” Grosgrain Ribbon – Very Vanilla 109055
     5/8” Grosgrain Ribbon – Old Olive 109054
     1/8” Taffeta Ribbon – Very Vanilla 119960
Ink:
     Jet Black Staz On Ink Pad 101406
     Classic Stampin Pad – Cherry Cobbler 119669
     Classic Stampin Pad – Old Olive 102277
Other:
     Basic Rhinestones 119246
     Stampin Dimensionals 104430
     Dazzling Diamonds Stampin Glitter 102023
     2-Way Glue Pen 100425
Tools you will need:
     Scissors, Paper Trimmer, Adhesives, Ruler or Grid Paper

These are some really simple cards to make for the Christmas holidays!  I hope you got some more ideas to use for all that leftover Jolly Holiday DSP from the Contempo Class last night!

Want to make your own or give a class?  I’m offering the complete kit or just the instructions to these four cards.  CLICK HERE for all the details!

Carla Brasher, Senior Supervisor
cjbrasher@aol.com
http://www.thesouthernstamper.com/

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