The Valentine Stamping Season Is ShortPosted by Christine Miller on Jan 2, 2014 in Class Project, Uncategorized | 0 comments
By the time I start stamping for Valentine’s Day I am so ready for the change. I love the change of colors and stamps the new season brings. I don’t usually start Valentine’s Day stamping until I am pretty much done with Christmas so that does not leave as much Valentine stamping time.
This year I am trying to take advantage of the “love” die from the Expressions Thinlit dies set before they are finished. (Which is today! Yikes) Now, I already have the die so I can keep right on going with it, but if you want this die you need to get it today in my online store!
This card measures 5″ X 7″ and will be one of the cards made in my upcoming Valentine’s Day Card class on January 13th. The envelope is made with the Envelope Punch Board, which I love, so it fits the card perfectly and can be made with matching paper. This board makes making envelopes so easy and can can really expand your cardmaking horizons.
Save your place today if you want to take this Valentine’s Day Class! The space is limited to 10 and I don’t want you to miss out. You can also use the link below to register and pay for you class space.
Valentine’s Day Cards
Monday, January 13th@ 6:30
The Mine Shaft in Houghton $20
Space is Limited; Please provide your own adhesive.
Make four Valentine’s Day cards that have that extra special touch. These cards will be designed for the different people in your life. You will be making your own envelopes because some of them are larger than the typical size.