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I am offering this class on
Saturday, September 15th, 1pm – 3pm
&/or
Tuesday, September 18th, 7pm – 9pm
at my place, 8847 229 Rd, Dawson Creek
Cost is $15 & includes all supplies.
You will have a choice of either this Flirty 6 Card Class or  this 6 page mini chip board album. Cost is $15 & includes all supplies. Contact me today to reserve your place in this class. If you would like to do both classes, just come both nights:)
These cards are made with the Flirty paper pack as well as some pieces from the Dakota & La Belle Vie paper packs. I also used a Slate Mini Medley to embellish with, silver shimmer trim, some Black & Grey sparkles & Baker’s Twine Harvest Assortment. All the shapes were cut with the Cricut Artiste Cartridge as well as some of the card bases. I used  the Approved & Pun Fun stamp sets as well as a few images from the exclusive stamp set I got at Convention.
Cheers,
Charity
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I made this card & little purse with June’s Stamp of the month “Life is Tweet”. I cut the purse with the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge and stamped it before I put it together. I put velcro on the folded shape to keep it closed and topped it with a bling button threaded with bakers twine. The card pattern “Pretty Simple” is from Originals.

“Life is Tweet” has 15 stamps.

Each month you can enjoy a new D-size stamp set, available for one month only, for just $5—that’s over 70% off retail! When you place an order of $50 or more in Close To My Heart products, you qualify for this special Stamp of the Month pricing.

Cheers,

Charity

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This is April’s Stamp of the Month “You Are…” If you place an order for $50 or more, you can receive this stamp set for $5!! An awesome deal!!

 

And this is a simple little tag I made with it & some” Cruisin” paper.

And this is a link to the Monthly Stamp of the Month Blog Hope put on by my fellow consultants:)

http://www.hookedonstamping.com/index.php/cards/ctmh-april-sotm-blog-hop-tutorial-2/

Cheers,

Charity

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