Nov 03 2011


I can't believe that my Fall Stamping Technique Day is almost here.  On Saturday, guests are going to make 20 technique samplers with instructions.  These samples are related to Fall, Holidays and Winter.  Here is a sneak peek.  I did get two cancellation, so I have two open spots, email me!  Can't make it, maybe you want the kit to go.  Full details about my special day HERE.

I love my new simply scored tool #122334.  This is what I used to create the "rolly piece" on the cover of my album.  One of my guests this weekend will get to win a simply scored tool!

It's tradition for me to decorate my linen album when I host a technique class or a scrapbook class.  This will be one of my favorites for sure. Once again I used the spice cake designer paper#124003!

Before leaving you today, I wanted to share with you two pictures from Founder's circle this past September.  They were sent by stampin'up!  What precious memories.  Not sure I'll get to go to founder's again but I am glad I got to experience Founder's at least one time. Can you find me?

Pj night

Stampin up! Rubber Park in Kanab

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3 Responses to “FALL TECHNIQUE DAY”

  1. Tammy Richardon 03 Nov 2011 at 1:18 pm

    Kim, I always look forward to how you top the last album. You have outdone yourself one again, I love it and can't wait to see the new techniques.
    Tammy, a fan and admirer xxx

  2. Sara Knoxon 04 Nov 2011 at 8:57 am

    Now I REALLY REALLY wish I was going!!!   Have a great class 🙂

  3. Julie Leblancon 06 Nov 2011 at 8:49 pm

    Found you… (I was just lucky)… Usually smaller kids sit in the front , lol!

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