Christmas Greeting Card Buffet

You are invited to create 10 hand stamped Christmas greeting cards with all supplies cut according to the samples provided and tucked into the envelopes. You pick which designs to create and how many of each design from a buffet of options. Create 10 cards with envelopes for $20. Let me do the prep work for you! Add additional kits for $1 per kit.

The buffet will be by pre-order only. Pre-order is due with your rsvp so I can have your kits ready for you. Please RSVP with your pre-order by Wednesday, December 5th, 8am by clicking Contact above.

Please pre-order designs as ornament, santa or tidings.

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Please pre-order as snowpeeps, merry and bright, reindeer and tis the sweet season. Note that Be Jolly with the candy cane is sold out. But I’ll have the candy cane stamp and punch available to use on the “tis the sweet season” card.

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In addition, these autumn kits will be available for $1 each as Take-n-Makes, while supplies last. You take them with you to stamp using your supplies. From upper left: leaf punch, crumb cake leaves, harvest blessings and witch.

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Additional details:

I can provide adhesives for $3 extra or bring your own. I’ll have new packages of glue dots, dimensionals, liquid glue, tear n tape and SNAIL for cash and carry sale as well.

You are welcome to bring friends! A new friend that has not stamped with me before earns you both an extra card kit. If you are a member of my Super Awesome Stampers team, you get an extra kit too.

Place an order during the event or using the December host code (to be published on December 1st) and receive an extra kit.

I reserve the right to cancel the session if less than 3 stampers RSVP. So please invite your friends!

Hope to stamp with you then!

Super Awesome Stamper Shirley

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3rd Day of Parade of Holiday Cheer

The Ugly Sweater Addition! I so love the cable knit embossing folder. I see more creations using this folder during the upcoming winter months!

Here are 2 designs that my Mom and I whipped out for a card exchange with her stampin friends. Although the patterned paper is retired Stampin’ Up!, we had to go outside of Stampin’ Up! for bling!

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Yes, those are mini, real ugly sweaters! Mom has the greatest props!

Rudolph and the reindeer gang card was created by Cheryl Wenker.

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Last, this design is not so ugly and shares the versatility of our stamp sets. The Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set has images of Rudolph, Santa, Gingi, Bear and this Eskimo. The same punch cuts all these images as well!

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Eskimo was created by an unknown designer. Let me know if it was you so I can give you credit!

I hope you enjoyed my Parade of Holiday Cheer! Not sure if I will create any more posts before this weekend, so I’ll say Merry Christmas to you!

Super Awesome Stamper Shirley

P.S. I do have an idea for one more post. It involves the story of why half of you will receive your Christmas cards next week. So if you have not already received your card from me, you are in that group! It’s a groaner for sure!

2nd Day of Parade of Holiday Cheer

Welcome Back to my Parade of Holiday Cheer! I am featuring holiday swaps received during #Onstage November 2016 in Madison. Enjoy!

Rachel Durtschi created and colored this fabulous card! She used our new stitched framelits which are in next year’s annual catalog but Stampin’ Up! released the set early. We have promptly sold out of several shipments with the next shipment in stock in January. Would be a good purchase during Sale-a-bration!

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Cheryll Steinke created next card with the santa’s sleigh stamp. I love the red glimmer paper berry detail. The oval layering which includes a layer of red glimmer paper provides perfect balance for the pine bough. Cherry cobbler and garden green coordinating products make this card one to be placed in the annual decorations!

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Lovely as a Tree stamp set is still a top seller and for good reason. It has classic, realistic looking images. Sharon Kaldenberger created this one using emerald envy ink and ruched ribbon/ruban ruche/ruschenband. I can’t offer the Japanese translation though! We share and sell across the globe, maybe in your country!

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The next card is from an unknown designer. She placed the Santa’s Sleigh thinlet tree back inside the cut opening. It now has a 3-D effect! Neato!

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The last one for today is from Norma Artman. She added lots of details using the Star of Light product bundle. The fancy fold opens to reveal a message in the middle panel. Nice job Norma!

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That’s it for today! Check back tomorrow for the ugly sweater addition!

Super Awesome Stamper Shirley

Parade of Holiday Cheer

Good Morning! It is bright and crisp here. Sun shining down on new fallen snow with outside temperatures in the negatives. Although it is pretty, it is not my kind of weather! Much prefer gentle warm breezes while sipping a refreshing kombucha. Looking forward to those days already!

Let’s stay in the moment and current season for now. I’ll share swaps received at #Onstage November 2016 in Madison in the next few posts. I’ll stack ’em deep in case you need holiday inspiration. Here goes!

My design…I learned that the cut designer series paper can’t be jumbled around in the storage container because then the patterns don’t match! I created a video to share how to cut the angle perfectly every time here.

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Unknown designer…

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I Love You designed by Tina Petko…

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The next two flew all the way from Maryland! Andrea Haines created both of these. The Tidings of Comfort and Joy card will be scrapbooked for sure! Andrea blogged about her journey with Gingi here.

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Check back tomorrow for another stack of holiday inspiration! If you would like to order any of these products, my online store is open 24/7. I appreciate your business! Thank You!

Super Awesome Stamper Shirley