Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Why make Christmas Cards when summer is still hanging around?

I used to have a job that ramped up to crazy busy at Christmas--where suddenly Santa was down the chimney but my tree was still in the basement and the stockings were not hung by the fireplace, with care nor haphazardly.  It wasn't even a good job and I regret all the years that I missed the fun and excitement of anticipating the Holy Day because I was rushing out the door to work and dealing with customers and Fedex and deadlines.

Since I left that job, I focus on ways to really see Christmas for what it is meant to be. This year I am making all my cards before December--really! And when the holidays roll around, I can write a note to everyone and pop the cards in the mail with a smile and wait for the responses to roll in!

Yes! I can help you make this your success story too! Start by attending my Christmas stamp-a-stack class on Tuesday Sept 27 at 7 pm or the final class in this series on Tuesday Oct 25. We make 15 cards, 3 designs and 5 of each design, for $20. RSVP required, limited seating. The cards are straightforward, limited embellishments and will mail with no extra postage and no trouble at the post office.

The two at left are from the August class, to give you an idea of the types of cards we have been making.

If you are interested in participating in an Adhesive Bulk Buy, I will be putting in an order tomorrow, Wed Sept 21, so email me pronto! Best price available for Tombow Mono adhesive refills and dispensers and Tombow Fast Fuse refills and dispensers. Email me for details and to participate. Orders close at noon Wednesday. Local customers only.

Tomorrow is the last day for Stampin' Up! Special Offers on the website. Don't miss out! Pop over there to take advantage!

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Happy Stamping!
Dee Tollaksen

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