It’s Monday so Masculine card.
****Before I get started I have a warning first “Today is the last day for the sale Stamp, Stock and Save so don’t miss out last chance is now. To view the flyer CLICK HERE or to shop CLICK HERE
Now about today card the open frame I share the video last week and if you miss it CLICK HERE to view. This is very simple with your clear acrylic block and marker. I love the look of this one with the sail boat from the set The Open Sea. I would say this would fit perfect in my series of stamp on the go super quick and easy. It is clean and simple but very nice. Here the measurement
Lost Lagoon 5½ by 4¼, Whisper White 4 by 10½ fold in half and glue on top of the Lost Lagoon, center layer Crumb Cake 3 by 2¾, Whisper White 2¾ by 2½ this is the piece that you will stamp and your frame yes it look like more layers but it is not it’s the frame that make it look like more layers.
Okay this is it for today and make sure you scroll at the way down I’m offering the Rosette Turkey again this year due to popular demand. Thank you all for your support and have a great day!
By Popular demand I will offer the Rosette Turkey class in the mail again this year *Limited time on this class
Please note that this year color will all be in the IN-Color 14-16 Designer paper
The class include the pattern, How to Video, all pre-cut paper except the turkey you will get the pattern and paper to cut your own.
Here the list of tool and supplies you will need
- Hot glue Gun
- Silicone Craft Sheet #127853
- Sticky Strip #104294 or Fast Fuse #129026 ref #129027
- Simply Scored #122334
Turkey class in the mail fee is $18.00 plus the $6.00 shipping/handling in US only priority mail with tracking.
If you are interested e mail me at [email protected] and I will send you a Paypal invoice
To view all the other class in the mail CLICK HERE You can include 2 class in the mail for the same shipping price of 6.00 and some can fit up to 3 classes for the same price you need to e mail to get the shipping price on 3 or more classes.
Available for Canadian info on Tina blog my Passport Pal CLICK HERE for Canada