January Card Class and Contest

Hey Stampers!

Today was my January Card Class.  I hold a monthly class in my home.  I have an awesome group of Crafty friends and we really have a great time.  I thought I’d share the cards we made with you.  

I will have a complete supply list, for each card, listed below the pictures.


See details below for a chance to win.

Leave a comment to this post and add #sheristamps to it.  I will draw a name to win a kit to make these cards.   The Kit will include pre-cut cardstock, Designer series paper, ribbon and any other accessories needed to complete the card.  If you do no have the stamp sets used on the cards I will pre stamp for you, or you can use any stamps you have to create something new.  I’d love to see what you do!  Good Luck!  I will draw and contact the winner on February 18 2017

So In Love Card



This care was CASED from fellow Demonstrator Jenny Hall.  You can see her awesome How to video and this link.  

Lucky Elephant Card



This card was inspired by a card made by fellow demonstrator Kelly Acheson.  Here is a link to her how to video and she has a template you can download to do the braid technique on her blog here.  Kelly’s Blog Link

Tasty Trucks Card



High Tide Card



So In Love Card  Product List 

Heat Tool


Big Shot


Lucky Elephant  Product List

Heat Tool


Tasty Trucks Card  Product List

Big Shot


High Tide Product List

Big Shot


8 thoughts on “January Card Class and Contest”

  1. #sheristamps Great cards Sheri – I like the So In Love and High Tide cards best – but the basket weave elephant catches your eye and the ice cream truck is so cute! Thanks for sharing – I’d love to make these!

    BTW – Your blog isn’t allowing comments to be posted at this time – not sure if something is not working or I just responded too quickly!


    1. Melanie, Thanks for the heads up. I will check into that. The High Tide card was the hands down favorite in class. It took some time but the result is amazing. I loved looking at everyone’s. They all looked a bit different. Some added or took away things and really made it their own.


  2. These cards are all so adorable! Thank you for sharing all of the things used to make them, and the tutorials as well! I was fortunate enough to be in your class yesterday, donI can attest that these are incredibly fun to make!


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