I’ve shared a great masculine cards that I made for my guys last year and so today I found this fun little calendar that I created for my 3d swap at #OnStage in Jacksonville that got buried on my desk that I wanted to share with you.
This fun little Calendar Card sits up on your desk and you can add a simple signature panel to the back of it. It also fits into a standard Stampin’ Up! envelope making it a win, win!
A great card for our guys, right? Check out this quick little video I have whipped up for you too.
And of course here is the PDF for you – print it and save since it has the YouTube Link on it along with the supply list and step by step instructions.
Awesome Vintage Tool Calendar Card Tutorial printable PDF
I’m still catching up from my surgery from November so you’ll want to stop by and see the videos that got lost along with this one.
But if you love this set as much as I do watch for my January Card Class that will highlight this set and more Information coming soon!
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Yesterday, I shared some of the cards I received during the swapping at OnStage and I’ve got more to share with you today. These stamping events are always fun and there is a lot more to them than swapping. We learn, see new products, share and stamp together too. So it’s always a good time. You’ll want to keep reading because today I’ll share more than just my swaps with you, but I’ll be starting there with a Christmas Barn Bundle card.
Done in neutral tones this card is simple and elegant with a classic country feel. Love embossing folders? How about this card that uses the Whimsical Woodland 3D Embossing Folder to create a quick and simple card that packs a wow.
And this next card Night of Navy and the Christmas Scottie sentiment for this charming card.
I just love the way our products work together, don’t you? Here is a bright and cheerful card using the Christmas Scottie set too but this time done in Parakeet Party. After all it’s not just a holiday set.
The Christmas Scottie makes great 3d projects too – check out these 2 treat holders.
Making treats is always soo fun. And speaking of dogs, how about a little elephant? This next card uses the Elephant Parade stamp set and coordinating dies to create a little holiday card.
And for a traditional feel Here are a couple of cards that use two of our wonderful sentiment sets Christmas to Remember and Brightest Glow. So easy to team them up with your favorite papers like these cards do!
Non traditional colors have been used on the last couple of cards I’ll be sharing with you today. This first one uses our Decorated with Happiness Bundle and teams up our Sweet Sorbet with Soft Succulent.
And the beautiful Framed Florets Bundle that is currently available with it’s limited time products as a sneak peek from the 2023 Mini.
This is just a few of the lovely projects I received as I swapped last Saturday.
I’ve never been to Jacksonville and really enjoyed my time there. I was thankfully the hurricane didn’t cause more issues than it did for everyone. It was a rainy drive in from Clarkesville as Nicole moved her way north into Georgia, but the sun was out when I arrived in Jacksonville and the river and all it’s bridges were quite lovely.
In addition to swapping I was able to attend Center Stage and receive new 2023 Mini & Sale-a-bration catalogs, NEW products, and a special CenterStage gift.
The beautiful umbrella opened to have a fun pop of color on the inside. It will be fun looking up and seeing all these wonderful colors on a rainy day.
Of course, during OnStage there are always prize patrols during the event and lovely decorated tables to enjoy for the day. You’re going to love our NEW Specialty Papers!
We also got to stamp a bit and were able to use the new Kit that is now available called, The Timeless Greetings Kit (161062). I really enjoyed all the texture and the look of these cards and since it contains everything you need to craft it makes a wonderful gift too!
As always Stampin’ Up! spoils us with our swag bag and prize patrol and fun demonstrations! I can’t wait for our next gathering.
I’m working on my 2023 January – June Mini & Sale-a-bration Catalog mailing list now and will finalize it November 25th. If you have placed an order with me during the last 3 months, you’ll automatically get a copy. And of course, if you place an order with me by November 25th you’ll also be included and receive a copy by mail. (Just a note: if you place your orders in my Online Store please make sure your mailing address is up to date so your copy can be delivered to your correct address.)
Well that’s it for today. Stop back by tomorrow when I’ll be sharing my little table gift that I made for those sitting with me a cute little treat box made with the Christmas Scottie Bundle.
I’m off to the Stampin’ Up! event #OnStage in Jacksonville and am excited to be able to gather with other Demonstrators a live event. So in preparation for another fun Stampin’ Up! event I’ve create this card to swap while I’m there.
This card uses the simple masking technique to create a monochromatic image as it’s focal point. I really like how it turned out. The Blending Brush gives it a soft subtle edge and creates a nice contrast to the bold colors behind it.
Want to see how I made it? I’ve created a Video Tutorial for you and also a PDF with the complete supply list, measurement, and step by step instructions.