Good Monday morning
Not an MDS Monday this week as I wanted to quickly share a video with you.
I’ve been asked how I made the white embellishment on my paper quilt Christmas cards I made as a Team swap.
It’s a bit hard to tell in that photo, but in a close-up you may be able to work out that they are made from Stampin’Up!’s White Simply Pressed Clay
My inspiration for the card itself came from my late mum’s love of Christmas and crafting – but the inspiration for the white embellishment came from one of the images on page 14 of the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalogue (you can view a pdf of the catalogue HERE). But rather than make an ornament to hang on my tree, I made an embellishment for my card.
When the catalogue launched a few days ago Stampin’ Up! released a video showing how the ornament was made – which I’m sharing with you below.
Isn’t that just way cute!
I love it that not only do we get fantastic products from Stampin’ Up! – but awesome resources like catalogues packed with projects and videos with instructions are shared with everyone so that we have heaps of inspiration and we can create great things – YAY!
As a Demonstrator I love having access to this and soooo much more. I also love the great discounts and incentives and early access to products of course – but what I enjoy most are the people I meet as a result of being a demonstrator – other crafters, customers, fellow demonstrators, Stampin’ Up! staff members. And I want to share all this with others so if you’d like to join in the fun as a demonstrator I’d love to have you as part of my Team!
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