Saturday, November 12, 2016

Stampin' Up! Foxy Friends - Just Because

Hey Stampin' Friend!!

Long time no blog!!! So sorry I've been MIA. I started an accelerated teacher credential program in August and homework has sucked up ALL of my stamping time and I miss it so much!!!!

But I'm super excited to finally become a teacher. It's only been about 25 years in the making. I graduated from college and attended a teaching credential program and then I fell in love and got married and never finished my credential. So I'm back at it and since I'm still lovin' the same guy, I plan on finishing this time. :)

Back in August I offered an online card class featuring the Foxy Friends stamp set and coordinating punch. I never had time to get the card kits together and sent to my customers until last week. They are so gracious for having to wait so long. I can not apologize enough for the delay.

So today I have the first of four cards from that class.


Stamps: Foxy Friend, Tin of Cards
Paper: Cajun Craze, Crumb Cake, Whisper White, A Little Foxy DSP
Ink: Cajun Craze, Early Espresso, Basic Black
Accessories: Fox Builder Punch, Woodland Embossing Folder

Kit Includes: 

1 - Cajun Craze card base
1 - Crumb Cake embossed card front
1 - A Little Foxy strip
1 - Crumb Cake piece to stamp stump on
1 - Whisper White piece to stamp fox on
1 - Early Espresso Ribbon (retired)


Stamp fox pieces using Cajun Craze ink onto Whisper White cardstock. When stamping this image, make sure you do not over-ink your stamp. If you do, you will loose the details of the speckles on his face. I stamped him twice and hand cut him out so I could layer his head over his body using Dimensionals.
Stamp the stump image using Early Espresso ink onto the Crumb Cake cardstock. Cut out by hand.
Attach the Crumb Cake embossed card front onto the Cajun Craze card base. 
Stamp the sentiment of your choice onto the Little Foxy DSP piece before attaching it to the card front. 
Attach the stump onto the card front.
Attach the cute little fox onto the stump using Dimensionals.
Tie the ribbon.

Super cute. Super simple.

I've been a Stampin' Up! demonstrator for ten years. This is the first time ever that I am worried about keeping my minimums. I just don't have time for stamping classes right now because of school. And there are so many AMAZING products in the Holiday Catalog that I want to play with!! As soon as I am finished with school, I plan on getting back into my monthly Online Card Classes. But until then, could I please ask you to consider placing a small order to help keep me in business? I would really appreciate it!!! 

I really appreciate all of my loyal customers. 
I wouldn't be here without you!!

Enjoy your day and stamp when you can!!


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