As of today, Stampin Up has a new Clearance Rack, where they will sell retired items at a huge price reduction. These items can only be ordered online. Check it out on my website. Click on the Shop Now button and click on the Clearance Rack link. These items will change as they sell out and they will add new items as they become available. Reminder...... only damaged items can be returned. All sales are final otherwise.
As promised, here are the other 3 cards from our swap. This Halloween card was done by one of our most organized ladies, Dorothy Terrill. She has all of her swaps done months ahead of time. I just wish that I could be organized enough to have my cards done at least a week before the swap. Dorothy used the "Halloween Hoot" Stampin Up set. She also used an embossing folder and ribbon. She told us that her husband helped her with the clay bat. What a guy!
This Snowman card was done by Debbie Redshaw. Debbie is the newest member to the group. She used Designer paper for the Snowman's hat and scarf. What a clever idea. The clay she rolled out and used a cookie cutter to shape the snowmen.
This card on the right was done by Norma Dalgleish. She made the clay baby with a mold. She also used the Stampin Up's "Loads of Love" stamp set, flowers and and embossing folder. Very cute.
Like I said, it is truly amazing how these ladies interpret the themes or techniques that are assigned. Next month...... masking. I can hardly wait to see what everyone comes up with.
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