I found myself struggling with posting photos of cards before they had been received. I didn't want to ruin any surprises. Well, this time around I did not post any cards early, but I did learn that I will not be worrying about that as much in the future. So, you may see your card posted here before it arrives at your door. I think it will still be enjoyed and appreciated even if you see a photo of it before you get to hold it in your hands. :)
As I plan for 2017, I need some feedback from you. I am thinking about several options this year. If you are interested in any of them, please let me know.
- Monthly in-person card classes featuring 3 designs (making 5 projects)
- Weekly videos (let me know what day would work best to watch LIVE)
- Online classes corresponding with weekly video. Each month will feature a stamp set you purchase to have at home and I send paper kits in time for you to be able to create cards along with me while watching the video.
- Online Virtual Parties.
- Quarterly Come and Go Classes making seasonal projects for under $5.00
Let me know if you are interested in any of the above and/or would like to receive a monthly newsletter or host a virtual party or RSVP for a class or want more information about any of the above.
Here is the gift wrapping I tried out for Christmas this year. I did learn that rather than create a box out of DSP, it works better to add DSP to a shirt box or a box created out of Cardstock for greater stability.
|Neighbor food gifts in cello bags with Cookie Cutter Christmas tags|
|DSP added to shirt box|
|Gift Box with Top made of DSP|
|Gift Bag made with Punch Board|