Krystal De Leeuw Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

Friday, August 14, 2015

My Fall Online Stampin' Up! Classes (maybe) ;)

Hi Stampin' Friends!!

Well... I'm finally home. It's been a whirlwind of a summer. I've been to 4 states, 3 funerals, 2 weddings, 1 class reunion, the Junior Olympics, and over 40 water polo games. It was fun while it lasted but it's good to be home. Now if I could just find my stampin' mojo!!!

I have, however, had a chance to pre-order amazingly fabulous products from the upcoming Holiday Catalog. SWOON!!! Absolutely LOVE this catalog!! It was so hard to decide which stamps sets to use for my online classes because I {heart} them ALL!!


Here is my tentative list of what classes I will be offering. I say tentative because there are so many sets I love, I may change my mind or add more. I haven't decided. ;)

SEPTEMBER - Holw-o-ween Treat Stamp Set and Boo to You Framelits Bundle

OCTOBER - Vintage Leaves Stamp Set and Leaflets Framelits Bundle (this is in the regular catalog, not the holiday mini catalog)

NOVEMBER - Snow Place Stamp Set and Snow Friends Framelits

DECEMBER - Reason for the Season Stamp Set and Festive Flower Builder Punch

I'm considering doing a Tulare County class using the Happy Scenes Stamp Set and Hearth & Home Thinlits. But I haven't figured out a date yet.

I also hope to do a North SD County class at my home featuring Christmas cards.

Of course don't forget my current online class featuring Watercolor Wings:


Whew!! That's a lot of info!!! Now time for a card. This is a card I created for the Junior Olympic Greeting Card Fundraiser I hosted for my daughter. I have two more cards to share. Hopefully I'll get back on the blogging wagon. Maybe when I find my stampin mojo I'll also find my bloggin mojo. ;)


Stamps: Lovely As A Tree, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper: Very Vanilla, River Rock (retired), Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Arrows EF, Deco Label Framelits, Washi Label Punch, Brads (retired), Grosgrain Ribbon (retired)

I've been a demo since 2006 and Lovely As A Tree as been in the catalog as long as I can remember. I'm sure it is the oldest stamp set still being sold. But it is such a classic I know why Stampin' Up! keeps it. 

For this card I colored the trunk using markers and sponged the leaves and grass with daubers. Soooooo easy to do, but looks amazing.

Well that wasn't too hard! Hopefully I'll get back on a regular blogging schedule. Wait. When have I EVER been on a regular blogging schedule?! ;)

Thanks for stopping by!
Stamp Something!!
Krystal



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