Debie Deschaine Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Creating Greeting Cards & Paper Projects with Love!

October 8th 2018,

This weeks product spotlight: Dandelion Wishes

    I’m so excited to be starting another stamp class…Deb’s Card Class, at Heritage Pantry in Dixon! First class is October 17th.  Everyone will make 8 cards, 4 designs, 2 each. This is one of the cards.

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I like to use Post-it note tape so the framelit doesn’t move while cutting it out in the Big Shot. I’ve tried other removable tapes but I like the Post-it Note tape best. I get it on Amazon, you can buy it  HERE.

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If you would like to order any of these products, I would be happy to be your demonstrator, if you don’t already have one.

Scroll down past current promos to check out all the products used in making this card.

If you have a question about products, technique or just want to leave a comment or suggestion, please leave it in the comment box below.

   To order use Hostess Code at check out:

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(October 1-31st, 2018)

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Paper Pumpkin offer GOOD 3 DAYS ONLY!!!

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Price: $110.00

 

2 Responses to “Deb’s Card Class”

  1. Denise Bryant

    Lovely card! There is that die I love, along with the pretty Dandelion Wishes set! Thanks for the link on the Post It tape…. I have checked my local Staples with no luck. I never thought to look on Amazon!

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