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TGIF!

TGIF!  I don't know about you all, but I've had a super busy week.  I'm ready for the weekend and can't wait to have some time out and get in to my craft room.

I'm also long overdue for a catch up on writing my newsletter, setting the dates for my next lot of classes and working out when I can schedule my next open house!  Let me know if you have any preferences for date/time but it's likely to be in the first week or so of September.

Here's a little something we made as our make-and-take at a workshop a few weeks ago.  Most of the ladies attending had crafted before so we did something a little trickier than usual.  Actually it was really simple... it just looked tricky.  We had a blast and they all made some stunning projects.  Apologies for the funny photography... I took them in very strange light :-/





It's a super simple easel card.  I love this style of card as it allows the recipient to put it on a desk or shelf to enjoy the gift that a hand made card is.  I only used two colours of cardstock - but we did lots of stamping to get this effect. 

If you'd like to learn how to make this, why not consider hosting a workshop.  Workshops are a great way of checking out stamping and see if it's something you love.  It's also a fabulous way of growing your products, as you have an opportunity to earn free stamps and product, along with a gift from me.  There's no pressure to buy.  I really just love stamping and am happy to share my passion for paper craft with others.  Alternatively if you see something you love on my blog you could consider getting a few of your friends together for a custom class.  This is a wonderful way to catch up with friends, have a laugh or two, learn some new skills, use all my products :-) and have fun.  Email me at info@sallycancraft.com if you're interested in hosting a workshop or a custom class.

Thanks for stopping by.  Have a fabulous weekend.

Sally

Materials:
Cardstock: Kraft, Very Vanilla
Ink: Soft Suede, Bordering Blue, Ruby Red, So Saffron
Stamps: Baroque Motifs, Flight of the Butterfly, Tiny Tags
Punches: Large Wide Oval, Scalloped Oval, Butterfly

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