Hi! I am excited to offer a Cards for A Cause Class to Go!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month here in the US and I am offering this class in support of Breast Cancer Research. As someone diagnosed with the disease last year, I wanted to do something to help further finding a cure.
The class features the Count on Me stamp set. I love this stamp set and find it easy to make cards to support others going through a rough patch. You will receive a PDF with how to make each of the 4 cards, the consumable supplies and the stamp set in the full class. There are two other options as listed below:
- PDF Tutorial – $20
- PDF Tutorial + Consumable Supplies – $35
- PDF Tutorial + Consumable Supplies + Count On Me Stamp Set – $55
$20 of each offering will be donated to the Susan G Komen Foundation in October.
Register today by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with your class option. A Paypal invoice will be sent.
Class supplies will be mailed by October 18th. PDF only orders – the PDF will be emailed on October 19th.
Register by October 2!
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I created this card using the Rustic Harvest Suite in the July-December Mini Catalog. The only stamping is the sentiment. That is stamped in Jet Black StaZon ink on a scrap of Basic White and punched with the Double Oval punch. That is attached to the larger oval from that punch on a piece of Mossy Meadow scrap.
I love the look of the pumpkin – there are slight impressions in the die – which can be seen better in this picture:
I love the texture that adds to the card.
To make it easier to attach the curly vines, apply a piece of Adhesive Sheet to the back of the Mossy Meadow scrap before die-cutting. This way, the adhesive is already on the vine and you can just peel it off and attach.
Here are the dimensions:
- Base – Mossy Meadow – 4 ¼” x 11”, score and fold at 5 ½”.
- Basic White – 4” x 5 ¼” – 2 pieces
- Designer Series Paper – 3 ¾”” x 6 ½”, score at 5” and fold up
- Basic White scrap for sentiment
- Cajun Craze scrap for pumpkin die cuts
- Mossy Meadow – scrap for vine and stem die cuts and oval punch
Yes, the Black and White piece is the backside of the Designer Series Paper – allowing you to score and fold up to see both sides. Conversely, if you’d rather not use that much DSP, you can cut two separate pieces – the first measuring 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″, the second measuring 3 3/4″ x 1 1/2″. This should allow a 1/4″ overlap of the two pieces which is covered by the ribbon.
The second piece of Basic White is used for the inside of the card – as this is a dark color base, it is good to use a piece of Basic White on which to write your message.
In case you haven’t seen it yet, Stampin’ Up! has announced Weekly Deals for the month of September -the first set of deals is available now with the next being released on Sept 8. My favorite this week is the Kraft Note Card & Envelope set which includes 20 note cards and envelopes AND comes in a Kraft box! This is perfect for creating a card set to gift this holiday season. Check them out and all the rest before the new deals release on Sept 8.
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