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.

WANT TO WIN A PRIZE?!?!?!?!

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

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

Lucky Elephant Card

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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

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High Tide Card

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So In Love Card  Product List 

Heat Tool

$30.00

Big Shot

$110.00

Lucky Elephant  Product List

Heat Tool

$30.00

Tasty Trucks Card  Product List

Big Shot

$110.00

High Tide Product List

Big Shot

$110.00

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!

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    • 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.

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  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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