Hello Crafty Friends! It's time for the IDEAS (International Demos Exciting Artistic Stampin') blog hop.
Well, it is fall and the holiday season is vastly approaching. That being said, this month's theme for the blog hop is about Thankfulness.
I am using the Lovely & Lasting stamp bundle by Stampin' Up!
Here's our collage, which is a sneak peak from each designer in this edition of the tutorial bundle. See it here:
Here's one of my project contributions:
Each tutorial features at least one card or sometimes a 3D project, some include multiples. It is chock full of inspiring designs from different designers!
Would you like a copy of the instructions for these projects to use for your personal use, or even to use in your classes? Contact me to find out how to purchase the tutorial bundle or earn it for FREE!
If you would like a copy of the written tutorial, here are some ways to get it:1. Place a minimum order of $50 in my online store during the month of November. You must use this link with the host code:
and you will receive the tutorial for FREE! The PDF tutorial will be emailed to you within 48 hours of receipt of your order. This cannot be combined with other offers.
2. Complete the form here to obtain your copy of the tutorial here:
(The form is required for all options of receiving the tutorial).
3. My team members get a copy of the tutorial for FREE every month to create the projects or to use for hosting classes.
Not a team member yet, but would like to be? Click HERE to get more information or to join my team.
Thank you so much for stopping by! Want more exciting inspiration? See more projects next from Elizabeth Ames by clicking the NEXT button below.
*Once you have received the tutorials, please remember not to share or distribute the printed or electronic copies of these bundles. We have worked hard to provide these exclusive projects for your use. If you know someone that would like to purchase the bundle, please direct them to me to obtain their copy. Thanks for your support.
Some simple stamping. The full projects are nice and easy to duplicate!ReplyDelete