Doesn't this card look like a present ready to be opened? It was created by Esther Boyle for our Founder's Circle Swap. Now take a good look at the card, she used the daubers to sponge all those circle. Now take another look and consider doing it 120 times. That is how many cards we did for the swap. All I can say is WOW that's a lot of sponging.
Are your cards done for Christmas? Are they in the mail? I am so behind in that department this year. I think I have enough stamped, but have to get them addressed and write messages in each one, that is what takes time.
I am so excited today my first (and I am sure not the last) order from the new Occasions Catalog arrives, with some new Sale-a-Bration Sets. I feel like a kid waiting for Christmas. Can't wait to open that box and to start creating.
I know you have not seen the new Occasions Catalog, that is one of the perks of being a demonstrator, is seeing and playing with the new items first. Ever given some thought about being a demonstrator? You may want to think about it as there is a kit special coming your way with the start of the new Occasions Catalog.
I have the outline of classes and Stamps-in-the-Mail for the next 6 months laid out, now to create projects. So I will start sharing samples, but won't be able to show you the product until January 3 when the catalog goes live. By then, I hope to have lots of fun videos to share with you.
I hope you start making plans now to attend my Big Event Mystery Hostess on January 25 from 1-3 p.m. at the Lenox Community Center. And also start praying for a beautiful winter day, so all my long distance customers can get here with no problem. I know I live way out in the country, but I promise to make it worth your drive.
This event is always so much fun as old friends unite to stamp the day away and Celebrate the beginning of Sale-a-Bration.