Saturday, May 26, 2012

Wish Big

Hey There Friends!!

Wish Big!  That's what's going on with me.... I'm dreaming just a little. 

I'm sorry that I have been MIA on my blog this past week.  I realized that my stamping team have been doing AMAZING things and putting me in line to earn a goal that I thought I couldn't possibly earn, Fiji!  As of today I'm still in need of about 8400 points, but I'm booking local parties, calling friends and family and asking them for help and very encouraged that it could actually happen.  Sorry if I'm MIA, I'm workin' it!!  :) 

There is NO WAY I could walk this road alone.  There are a lot of people that place small orders, and my amazing team that does great things and helps me to reach my goals.  I feel so totally blessed to have such awesome friends.  Every little thing helps and I appreciate you all.

I have a quick card share for you this morning.  I had fun making the pom pom, and I used leftover packets with the new Christmas paper from the upcoming idea book and catalog..

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Much love to all of you and thanks for your support! 

Friday, May 25, 2012

Build Me Up Buttercup. Saturday Sketch Challenge 257

Good Evening Friends!

Have you ever seen the most AWESOME card, decided to case it, then not do it justice when you tried to recreate it?  That's how I'm feeling about this card.

I took a cool card I saw on my friend Sandi MacIver's split coast post, and it was so clean and simple and pretty...

When I saw this week's sketch I thought it would be cool to use some of the elements she did..  I embellished a bit more, and I'm not sure I love it. 

What I DO love is the new firm foam ink pads.  4 of the 5 new in colors are shown here.  The ink pad coverage is unbelievable, and I'm going to need all the colors pronto.. :)

I think I don't care for the placement of my ribbon or somthin'  Good days, and bad ones, creatively speaking this card is "just okay" for me.. It's like I'm doing American Idol Card making... This one is not in it to win it.. LOL  I do like where the bird is, in relationship to the flower and he looks like he's coming in for a landing on that nice soft flower. 

I'll come back and look at it again in a week and see if I like it.. :)  What do you think?  Would you make any changes to this one?  I'm off for the weekend camping with my family. I'm bringing all sorts of work with me (like a crazy person).  Walking out the door and putting the laptop snugly in the front seat so i can work on the way up there.

Oh I almost forgot the measurements!!! :)

Base: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2", scored and folded in half at 4 1/4"
Layer 2: 4 1/8" square gumball green cardstock and 4 1/8" x 1 1/8" strip for the bottom
For layer 3 I cut a piece of cardstock 4 x 5 and then cut the 5" side at 1"

So, I ended up with two pieces of whisper white 4x1 and 4x4"  :)

Finally ~ and MOST IMPORTANTLY, It's memorial Day weekend.  Take a few moments to thank those of you that serve in the armed forces and to their families that have to go months without them sometimes.  Also, for those who make the ultimate sacrifice to make sure the rest of us can live free.  Thank you to our military. 

Monday, May 21, 2012

Mojo Monday ~ Chock Full Of Cheer & NEW Rewards Program

Good Afternoon Friends!

This is technically a sneak peek, but you should have your new Stampin' Up! catalog that goes live June 1st in your hands right now.  If you do not have a demonstrator and live in the United States, and would like a catalog, please send me an email.  I would love to be your demonstrator!  I have a brand new REWARDS program, so if you are a current customer, there's wonderful news! 

Plus, I am back dating this program to start as of April 1st this year.  If you have placed an order with me, that order counts! 

Today, I'm here with my downline Christine.  We've been playing and training all day!  We decided to check out the Mojo Monday sketch.  I am still working off some leftover cut packets I have, but I paired it up with the newest Christmas designer paper which will be available June first!

I did use more paper with the retired snow burst embossing folder. Sorry to show it (I know it's retired)!  I'm using up my supplies.  I paired this up with the brand-y new paper Be of Good Cheer.  So here is my supply list

Stamps:  Chock-Full of Cheer
Ink: Cherry Cobbler Marker
Paper: Be of Good Cheer
Accessories: vintage brads, vanilla seam binding, gumball green stitched satin ribbon, dimensionals, paper snips. 

I stamped the candy canes and cut them out by hand, leaving a white border all the way around.  If you find that you have trouble with your "by hand" cutting or you end up choppy, try moving the paper and not your scissors as you cut.  ;-) 

Thanks for stopping by.  For those of you that come by and leave me comments every day, please know that you keep me going!  Thanks so much for your support. 

Big Hugs!

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Friday, May 18, 2012

Primrose Petals For My Mom SSC 256

Good Evening Friends!

I made this card last week for my mom.  I decided to follow the stamping 411 sketch, as I love using sketches as a jumping off point for cards.

This year for mothers day, my brother Paul & I decided to go in on a mutual gift.  He sent me his part of the gift and I made a card from my family and him and his girlfriend.  I wanted this one to be just right.  Even my daughter Alexis was wow-ed with this one.  She's my best critic.  Since I wanted this one to be for my mom, in my mom's style, it makes my heart happy to get this one right. 

If you looked around my mom's house, you'd see the color "dusty rose" everywhere.  When I looked at primrose petals I thought to myself, "yea, this is my mom's color!"  In fact, the couch in her living room is is pretty much these two colors.  With the trending vintage style, this color set is certainly going to fit the trend.

This was a true labor of love.  I started with some shimmer white card stock and stamped my leaves with soft suede.   Soft Suede is an AWESOME alternative to green.  It's a brown that is sort of in the green family, but it's not.  it really works here.

For the primrose layer, I used the "Double Boss" technique.  First, I stamped a background stamp, then I embossed that layer with the tulips embossing folder.  I sponged the tulip frame with primrose ink, then I embossed the same layer again with a different embossing folder (vintage wallpaper).  The result is so pretty! 
To make the bow, I cheated!  I made loops and captured the loops in the middle with my brad.  Then I took a pair of paper snips and busted a hole in the card right by the stem of my flower.  I opened the brad in back of the soft suede layer.

Then, I attached a pearl to the top of the brad.  I had a sheet of pearls leftover, and added random sized pearls to the center of my flower, grouping them together.  it's such a pretty addition to this card, and on top of the shimmer white, it's so breathtaking! 

When stamping the flowers, this is a two step stamp.  I stamped off with the first image on a piece of scrap paper.  Then added the top image by stamping with the color full strength.

The sentiment read, "for my wonderful mother".  Well, I was going to omit "for my" because this card is from 5 people.  When you omit the words, the word wonderful ended up in an odd place.  So I stamped wonderful first, then stamped mother underneath after cleaning the stamp. 

Finally, here are the measurements:
Base: Shimmer White 11 x 4 1/4", scored and folded in half at 5 1/2"
Layer 2: soft suede 5 1/8" x 3 7/8"
Layer 3: Primrose Petals 5 x 3 3/4"
Layer 4: Soft Suede 2 1/2" x 3 7/8"
Layer 5: Shimmer White 2 3/8" x 3 3/4"
Layer 6: A 3/4" strip of shimmer white, stamped and cut with a square punch to make the "V" in the end.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Rubbah hugs,
Selene Kempton
Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Papaya Collage and Summer Starfruit Sneak Peek

Good Afternoon Friends!

I really do like the vintage style, but when designing, I tend to gravitate more to clean and simple.  The new papaya collage stamp set tests my vintage scaredy cat! 

This is still not as vintage as the set will allow. I will have to play some more as I only used 2 of the 7 images in this set.

I started with the Comfort Cafe designer paper, and the sketch challenge over on split coast stampers today. 

This new designer paper is gorgeous!  He are the colors: Comfort Café ~ Cajun Craze, Midnight Muse, pool party, soft suede, Summer Starfruit, very vanilla.  

Demonstrators got the opportunity to preorder (and earn some things for free) from the new book.  yea!  The main floral image is a silhouette style stamp.  I just added 3 colors to the stamp before stamping.

I am off to do some training, but I wanted to take a moment to check in and show you what I've been stamping today. I made 12 of these.   They go together pretty quick once you get going!  :)

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!

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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Gumball Swap ~ Chock-Full of Cheer Preview

Good Morning!  

Here's a quick share for you this morning and another sneak peek!  Please forgive the stamp set shot.. I took this picture with my phone.  Not too shabby!  :)

Stamps: Chock-Full of Cheer
Ink: Cherry Cobbler and Gumball Green
Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green, Vanilla, Designer Paper: Be of Good Cheer
Accessories: Gumball green Satin Stitched Ribbon, cherry cobbler bakers twine.

The layout came from my friend Mary Jo's sketch challenge from a few weeks ago.. I didn't have time to play then, but I DIG this layout.  :)

I used an embossing folder that's no longer in the new book.  I must have missed the memo that this one retired.  Guess I'll be changing embossing folders on my actual swap.  I think this particular folder matches the designer paper perfectly.. What's a girl to do?  :)

Have a Wonderful Tuesday! 
Selene Kempton
Monday, May 14, 2012

Swap Season has started!

What was I thinking?? I'm signed up for THREE new catalog swaps...

Okay, so I'm thinking of all the GORGEOUS creations I'm going to get in return. I saw the super cool and simple sketch over on mojo monday and decided to try it for my first swap card of the year.  What are your thoughts?

This uses the SNEAK PEEK stamp set Betsy's Blossoms and I also pulled a favorite from a past mini "hint hint", Loving Thoughts. 

I love the big bloom flower that's in the background of this card. It's nice to have a stamp set that makes such an easy background.  I embossed that layer with the tulips embossing folder.

That pretty blue flower is just stamped tone on tone with the NEW extra rich ink pads.. I love these ink pads for bold images.  The coverage is amazing!!  :)

So how about some measurements?

Base : Very Vanilla 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored and folded in half at 4 1/4"
Layer 2: 5 1/8 x 3 7/8" soft suede
Layer 3: 5 x 3 3/4: midnight muse, stamped and embossed
Layer 4: comfort cafe designer paper, 4x3"
Layer 4: framelit with the betsy bird, stamped, then stamped off.. (very simple)
Layer 5: paper banner, I used midnight muse and soft suede markers
Layer 6: delicate flower from the same set, stamped tone on tone and cut out..(i started by punching it out with a 1 1/4" circle punch. 

So ~ I always question if my swaps are "good enough."  Is this a swap card you'd like to get?
Friday, May 11, 2012

Saturday Sketch Challenge 255

Good Evening Friends! 

It's time for another sketch from stamping 411!

Tonight's gorgeous sketch is by Gretchen Barron.  I had some leftover supplies from club still sitting out in the studio, so I changed a few things, a little nip an little tuck, and created this GORGEOUS card with Herb Expressions.  I purchased this set because of one of my BFF's Gina.  She loves it.  I love what SHE did with it... Then I bought the set.  It sat on my shelf, unmounted until it hit the retirement list. 

After putting it together I realized it has four wonderful sayings that I wished I had actually looked at! Isn't that crazy?

So the technique on this card is super simple.  You ink with a marker ONCE, then huff, stamp a bunch of times, until the stamp runs out of ink.  It looks like my lavender is blowing in the breeze doesn't it? 

The bow is VERY simple.. I cheated.  I made 4 loops, then "captured" the center of my ribbon with a brad.  I punched a hole in the layers beneath and put the brad through, then opened the brad backings to hold it on my card.  I did this before sticking it to my base layer, so the brad back is caught in between the layers we are unable to see.  :)  The satin ribbon is my favorite for really regal looking cards.  I'm going to miss it when I run out (and not before). :)

Base: 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored and folded at 4 1/4"
Layer 2: Wisteria Wonder 5 3/8" x 4 1/8"
Layer 3: Whisper white 5 1/4" x 4:
Layer 4: Patterned paper (wisteria and concord crush) 5 1/4" x 1 1/2"
Layer 5 and 6: Wisteria wonder (embossed with vintage wallpaper) 3 x 3 1/2"
Layer 7: Concord crush 3 x 3 1/2"
Layer 8: Whisper White 2 7/8" x 3 3/8"

Thanks so much for stopping by tonight!  I'm off to a birthday party for my nephew! :)
All DAY dance rehearsals tomorrow for my little one!  :)  Have a wonderful mothers day weekend!

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

For Mom

My daughter is pretty lucky, to have the most amazing grandparents around.  Both my mom, and Brian's parents are just wonderful, helpful resources.  I truly believe that Alexis can learn so many things from them that I just can't teach her.  These wonderful experiences have made her into a remarkably loving, sweet, gifted and well rounded young lady.  (not that I'm bias or anything).

When it comes to celebrating holidays that honor those special people in her life and in mine, the right card is essential! 

I get an email weekly from the sketch challenge board over on split coast and saw this delicious sketch.  I thought I better get snapping on those mother's day cards that I'm going to need for the wonderful mom's and nana's and memere's in our family.

I chose this wonderful stamp set that will be retiring on May 31st along with so many others, Flower Fest

I used a bunch of punches as well, it makes layering this flower so quick and easy.   Do you think this card is good enough for one of the AMAZING grandmothers in my life? 

Here's a close up of the flower.. I spritzed it with shimmer mist, and added some pearls in a tight formation to appear like the center of a real flower.  I'm really digging the effect! 

And what is peeking out behind the flower??  Leaves?? Nope!!  That's the new gumball green stitched ribbon!  That will be available for purchase on June 1st.

If nothing else, those special grandmothers in my life will know how much they are appreciated by receiving a card I took the time to sit and make for them especially.  After all, isn't that what it's all about?
Sprinkling little bits of love in every card today. :)

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Warm and Cozy

Good Afternoon! 

I was bouncing around online this morning and found a challenge blog I don't think I've played with before "try stampin' on Tuesday."

They had an adorable sketch up today and I thought it would go nicely with some of my new things.

This stamp set just makes me HAPPY!  

Stamps:  Forever With You Stamp Set, 126727 Clear Mount, or 126725 Wood Mount
Ink: Soft suede marker, 2012-2014 In Color Markers, Midnight Muse and summer starfruit
Paper: Comfort Cafe Designer series paper, Midnight Muse Card stock, Very Vanilla Cardstock
Accessories:  Neutral Buttons, Soft Suede taffeta ribbon, linen thread.

The colors included in the designer paper are:
Comfort Café ~ Cajun Craze, Midnight Muse, pool party, soft suede, Summer Starfruit, very vanilla

There's a stamp in this set that coordinates nicely with the new framelits.  I stamped midnight muse ink on the same color card stock and this is the result.  This card is jaw dropping pretty in person!  

It's rainy and cold here in massachusetts today.  I hope wherever you are, you are warm and catching sun rays! :)

Until tomorrow,

Monday, May 7, 2012

Make A Cake ~ Sneak Peek

Good Afternoon Friends!

One of the things I LOVE about Stampin' Up, is that when I do well, the company rewards me.   the main parts of this card were all free items I received while sharing what I love with friends.  I was lucky enough to have 4 people join my team during Sale - A - Bration and these two stamp sets were part of a free bundle I received with my first order on May 1st.

Stamps: Make a Cake and Itty Bitty Banners, which by the way has it's own new framelits to match.  I cut the congratulations banner with the framelit that matches this stamp set. 

Ink:  The new in color inkpads and markers in Midnight muse, Primrose Petals and Summer Starfruit.  (sigh)...

Accessories: I used a border punch on the primrose petals layer under the designer paper.  Jewels, and that FABULOUS designer paper is called Patio Party.  I also used the polka dot embossing folder.

I stamped the cake on the Baja Breeze top layer.  then stamped it again on whisper white.   I hand cut the whirlies on the top of the cake as well as the cake itself, popping that layer up on dimensionals.  :)

So in the new patio party paper, here are the colors:

Patio Party ~ Baja Breeze, Midnight Muse, Primrose Petals, Summer Starfruit, Whisper White

I'm sorry to cut this post short but I have a DATE with my 7 year old!  I just wanted to share this sweet project with you.  I'll have more to share soon!

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Friday, May 4, 2012

Saturday Sketch Challenge 254

Good Evening Friends!

I was so excited when I saw this week's sketch by Gretchen Barron. It fits my style which is more clean and simple.  it's what I float towards always.

We'll be saying goodbye to this set very soon, and I'm not sure that I've properly even said hello!

I've been VERY blessed with some amazing friends.  I've always known that I have the best friends a girl could wish for but it's when we band together to help others that our true mark on the world is left behind.  With some of the challenges I've witnessed others having, and the beautiful outpouring of community and solidarity to help a neighbor in need, I felt the need to make some cards this week.

This card is for a very special and generous friend who went out of her way to help someone.  Isn't that what it's all about?  :)

So I used the Masking technique on this card.  Someone was asking me about how to make it so one set of stamps fits with another, and masking was how I put the hearts in the truck.   So I wrote up some quick directions for you.

After stamping and water coloring the image, I added some dazzling details.  I just love this dimensional shimmery glue!  At $2.50 a bottle, I'm addicted!  :)  I also used the cherry cobbler dazzling details on the tail light of the truck.  So cool! 

Okay.. So how about some measurements:

Base: 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored and folded in half at 4 1/4:
Layer 2: 5 x 3 3/4", wisteria wonder
Layer 3: 4 3/4" x 3 1/4", whisper white, embossed with the hearts embossing folder from the mini
Layer 4: 3 x 2 1/2", wisteria wonder
Layer 5: 2 3/4" x 2 1/4", whisper white

I used a retired slot punch to punch the hole for the ribbon and tied a knot. 

Here's another peek at the finished card. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!  If you have time, come play along with the operators! 

Rubbah hugs,
Selene Kempton

A Cherry On Top ~ Sneak Peek

Good Morning! 

Stampin' Up! is allowing demonstrators to purchase up to two hostess sets from the upcoming idea book and catalog.  One of the reasons I chose this set, A Cherry On Top is because of the AMAZING sample that we got to preview from the upcoming idea book and catalog. (we got to see the hostess section of the book)  yea!!  Looking to sign up so you can see too?  Check out my site here.

I knew right away I had to make "that card."  Has that ever happened to you?  You saw a certain sample and knew you just had to make one?  So, this card doesn't stand up on it's own.  I used a small stand I found at the Christmas Tree Shop for $1.  :)    As you can see, my paper piercing isn't perfect... Well, I did it freehand.  It's not too bad, is it?

For the base I used the new big shot die, that's capable of doing multiple sheets.  It's called Oval Accent Bigz Clear die.  To give you an idea of the size, a regular medium sized card base, barely fits.  So it's just about exactly a quarter sheet of cardstock, perfect for creating cards!

First I created the piece with the fold, underneath by putting a standard size card base through the big shot.  I didnt cut where it folds.  Then, I cut another sheet to go on top, that finishes the main shape.  So pretty!

The white layer was cut with the Apothecary Accents Framelit die.  if you want to see some other shapes that come in that pack, look at the card I did yesterday.  :)

The stamp set is called A Cherry On Top, and it will be a hostess set beginning on June 1st!  So exciting!!  The colors are so DREAMY together.  I used Pool Party, Daffodil Delight and Cherry Cobbler for a color set.  Oh, it feels so fresh and summery!

Thanks for stopping by!
Rubbah Hugs,
Selene Kempton
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Thursday, May 3, 2012

More Sneak Peeks!

Good Morning Friends!

In my excitement to stamp with the "firm foam" stamp pads some more, I started playing again this morning.

This time I used the "Floral District" Designer Paper that's on sneak peek right now.

Much to my dismay, there are no 2012 in colors in the paper. Boy, was I surprised when I tried to start putting the colors together.  :)

Here are the colors in this designer paper:

Floral District ~ Baja Breeze, Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade, Rich Razzleberry, Rose Red, Tangerine Tango, Whisper White

There's lots of pretty colors to choose from and a big selection of prints and solids.  I'm able to show a few with this fun layout.  I actually went through of my own sketches from stamping 411 this morning and found this old friend.  

Boy this brings back some memories.  I love the clean lines.  I could have stuck more closely to the sketch, but I wanted to show off some of the new FRAMELETS!  There are three of the shapes in the apothecary accents shown.. The one with the flowers is actually only a piece of one.  I took my 3 sheets of designer paper, and cut them at 2".  The framelets fit inside the 2" window for each of these pieces fairly easy! 

The stamp set is going to be a new hostess set, called "A Cherry On Top"

I tried a new ribbon trick I saw on pinterest, but I think my bow is a little frumpy.. You tie up a bunch of straight pieces and the knot is in the back.  it would be a good way to use up scraps, but I'm not loving how mine turned out.  Perhaps I need to try with a different white ribbon.  my satin frayed a bit.  

You also may not be able to see it from the picture, but I really gooped on the dazzling details.  I just dig this stuff!  My ink moved a bit, but it just looks like sugary frosting!  I omitted part of the image to stamp my happy birthday.  The image actually reads "happy birthday with a cherry on top.  It's adorable!  

That's it for now!  I'm off to play some more.. Have a wonderful day!

Selene Kempton

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Forever with you ~ Sneak Peek!

Good Evening Friends!

One of the things I LOVE about being a stampin up demonstrator is the opportunity to order sets a MONTH before they go live.  It gives me some time to get my classes in order and ready.

I received my first batch of preorder goodies and here's what I made!  So ~ the colors here are the new Midnight Muse, Very Vanilla and soft suede.

Let me just talk for a minute about the new firm foam ink pads...  I'm going to be replacing ALL my ink pads with these awesome new pads.  It's like taking a layer of total smooth butter, and adding it to an ink pad.  The even color and AMAZING coverage has me totally sold.  I NEED them in every color asap!

I found the sketch for this card over on split coast stampers.  This also fit's the paper players challenge this week.  Something blue, ribbon and NEW STAMPS, I think I have a bingo!!  So, I'm going to do the measurements for you quickly.

Base: 11 x 4 1/4", scored and folded in half at 5 1/2"
Layer 2: Midnight Muse 5 x 3 3/4"
Layer 3: Comfort Cafe Designer series paper: 4 1/2" x 3 1/4" (sigh)
Layer 4: Very Vanilla 1 1/2" x 4 1/4", embossed with the vintage wallpaper embossing folder.
Layer 5: Midnight Muse, 3 x 2 1/2", embossed with the vintage wallpaper embossing folder.
Layer 6: Stamped image, hand cut with a white border all the way around.

Stamps:  Forever With You Stamp Set, 126727 Clear Mount, or 126725 Wood Mount
Ink: Firm Foam Stamp Pad, Midnight Muse 2012-2014 In Color
Paper: Comfort Cafe Designer series paper, Midnight Muse Card stock, Very Vanilla Cardstock
Accessories:  Neutral Buttons, Soft Suede taffeta ribbon, linen thread.

Sigh... I'm in love with this color. Can't wait to play some more tomorrow!  Thanks for stopping by!

Selene Kempton
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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Scrapbook Class May 18th and 19th

Good Afternoon Friends!

I have been putting the finishing touches on my scrapbook in an evening/morning class.  Class Participants will make TWELVE 12 x 12 scrapbook pages in a few hours and be ready to roll to put pictures in!

Knock out a huge piece of your scrap booking to do list with these fun bright pages.  The pages could be used for almost anything where you need bright and happy pages.  

So I'm going to start with the Deadline.. I am ordering the supplies for this as I am prepaid for the class due to the amount of product offered.  Deadline to sign up is May 7th, or when the accents I'm using for this class sells out, whichever is sooner.  Please do not delay in signing up!

So here are the basic details:

Where: Selene's Stamp Pad
What: 12 page scrapbook class using the big top suite of products
When: Friday May 18th (anytime after 5:30)  OR Saturday at 10AM
Level of difficulty: 1 EASY!  Pages should take 2-3 hours to assemble and includes basic stamping and assembly

What's included?  
  • 12 sheets of 12 x 12 cardstock (base)
  • 1/2 a pack of designer paper (we will use most of it)
  • a full pack of quick accents
  • 1 sheet of dimensionals
  • 1 anywhere glue stick
  • 1 tombo multipurpose adhesive
  • Extra cardstock for cutting custom mattes to your cardstock and a short lesson on the easiest way to cut your card stock for common sizes.   If you want mattes all for 4x6, I will cut before you arrive if I know.  :)

Cost: $60 (that's $5 per page including embellshments!).  Remember! due to the amount of product included, this class must be prepaid.  In the event you are unable to make the class, I will give you the precut packet. 

OPTIONAL album add on:  Have the album ready to slip your photos into.

12 x 12 matching Ring Bound Album (top loading) add $31.33
12 x 12 matching Post Bound Album (top loading) add $34.82

Thanks so much!  Deadline to sign up is May 7th, or when the accents I'm using for this class sells out, whichever is sooner.  

Thanks for stopping by today!
Selene Kempton