Friday, September 24, 2010

Lovely as a Tree

Hello Friends,

Today I was part of our New Hire Training at Stampin' Up!  I was asked to show these wonderful gals 'a workshop'.  This is really my forte and I really do feel in my comfort zone. 

I start a new shift at work in a week and I will be taking on the 7am shift. Really - my name and 7am should not be in the same sentence.  I am SO NOT a morning person.  I do look forward to being home in the afternoon however.  I have made a commitment (to myself) to start holding regular workshops and now with a shift change, it is going to make it so much easier.

I had the gals make the card above as part of the workshop - Make 'n' Take.  I let them know that "Lovely as a Tree" is the oldest stamp set in the catalog.  What will we do when it retires? (SOB :) I often love the crispness of a monochromatic card.  If you are looking for a Christmas Card idea, this would be great.  It is pretty simple but elegant.  You can add a sentiment of your choice to 'finish' it.

Stamp Set :  Lovely as a Tree - 115026 Price: $27.95 Trees, glorious trees! With a variety of trees to choose from, the Lovely As a Tree set offers so many options. Stamp a solitary tree or stamp an image multiple times to create your own forest.Card Stock : Old Olive, Very Vanilla

Accessories : Old Olive 1 x 1/4"Striped Ribbon, Rhinestones, Big Shot/ Petals -a- Plenty Embossing Folder, Two-way Glue Pen and Dazzlin' Diamonds

I have a few spots available for my card class this coming Wednesday (Sept 29th) - Normally the last Tuesday of every month but it is my sons birthday on Tuesday.  Contact me for more details. Not in the area/Cannot make it?  - No problems ask about cards in the mail :)

Interested in becoming a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator? You will receive a FREE Greenhouse Gala Tote and a FREE "Eat Chocolate" stamp set if you sign up before October 3rd. E-mail me at or call me 801 897-0429 for more information.

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Have a wonderful day!


Mary Fish said...

As a fan of clean and simple, I think you did a fabulous job. Love the texture and I'm sure the trainees were impressed. Hugs, M

Chrissie said...

This is just lovely Max!!