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Time to Sign Up For My Monthly Clubhouse Class!

Time to Sign up for my monthly Clubhouse Class.

Meet the Demos on Saturday, December 6, 2014

It’s a Stampin’ Up Party

10:00 am  seating  11:45 seating

Come to the  Clubhouse on 4901 Hamrick Rd.

Central Point

(To enter parking lot turn onto New Haven and keep left.)

Gail's card sample using the Ornamental Pine Stamp set
Gail’s card sample using the Ornamental Pine Stamp Set

 Projects include 5 projects tags, bags  and a card technique

  Cost:  $15

  Door Prizes!

Bring your  scissors and crafting adhesives, glue dots, dimensionals, rhinestones, pearls, pencil, ruler, cutter or trimmer.

Gail's design, using the Fry box,  to create a nutty but nice little package for make yourself a favor
Gail’s designs, using the Fry Box, to create a nutty but nice little package for “Make Yourself a Favor”

Lunch, Snacks, Drinks, Project kits & materials are provided.

 Adhesives are available for purchase at the event.

Bring a new friend to me and receive a special gift!

 RSVP  to this e- mail (Accept/Decline) no later than December 1st

COME JOIN THE FUN!

For those of you who live far away and want a complete kit of all 5 cards and instructions, feel free to contact me. Your check for $20 (includes shipping) will be due by January 25th to insure kits will be prepared for you.

Supplies or 2 of these projects onclude the following:

Get your Stache on and MASQUERADE!

Get your stache on and MASQUERADE!

Comes from Middle French, from old Italian dialect masarada, from Old Italian maschere mask that had its first known use in 1587 is a social gathering of persons wearing masks and often fantastic costumes  for wear at such a gathering or an action or appearance that is mere disguise or show.  masquerade 2What better way to make your disguise a worthy one is to get your stache on! By using the mustache framelit, punching two holes in it for eyes, and a few sequins and you have a great mask for Halloween cards and tags. These staches give your mustache framelit a new life. Using the Mingle All The Way Stamp Set will help you choose your sentimentBy embossing the Four Feathers Stamp Set and using the matching framelits ( it is a bundle) to cut them out, it is easy to get a new look for the stache. You could use this idea for New Years, Marde Gras or on its own for a masculine card, just stache and no mask! Another use is making  a statement with the Santa Stache Stampset.masquerade 1