What a day it was yesterday....I had 5 ladies that came to help me for the last minutes touch up for the Fundraiser Celebrate Pink. I'm so impress will all we accomplish.....what would I do without do with out good friends?
Now about the card today. No I didn't come up with this clever thing but one of my team member Lynne did a demo at our meeting last month and I was in WOW when she show this cool way to close a card with the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch. Yes it's is using the punch. It is easy the main thing is to remember NOT to fold your card stock in half before you punch it out. I think it's a habit to fold the card stock in half. You will see in the video it's simple and quick. Video always on my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com. Scalloped Tag Topper Punch #133324 and the stamp set that I use is Happy Watercolor wood #133188 clear #133191
Talking about team....did it ever cross your mind to join my team or to get your Stampin'Up! product at a discount price? Any one in the US can join my team. My team activities are bass for long distance and local so everyone can participate. Internet and mail make it all possible. All activities are optional but always fun to be part of a group of people that enjoy and have the same passion as us that is Stamping. I have more detail CLICK HERE and always feel free to contact me by phone or e-mail and I would be more then happy to answer your question and would LOVED to welcome YOU on the team.
Before I let you go I wanted to share one of the photo that I took yesterday when I had some of the girls at the house helping me with the last minute goodies for the fundraiser this weekend. Let me just say I think they can make the spiral flower with their eyes close.....I can NOT thanks them enough for taking their day off from work and volunteer to help me out. I have such a good group of ladies to always be willing to help out. THANK YOU! If you are attending the "Celebrate Pink" you will see all the loved that was done by this group of ladies. FYI those cute little rose flower I will have a video on how to make them next week.
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