I used the Going Global with the Going Places 6×6 paper stack to create a great masculine card that you can put together in a jiffy! I just love to make cards that are quick to put together, but still have that “pop” of elegance that makes you proud to give them to your friends and family. I put together a how to video so you can learn how to make a Going Global masculine card as well. I’ve included the measurements and also show you how to stamp the inside panel.
I truly appreciate that you stopped by today. I’ve got a busy day with Sunshine Club. I have local and long distance members so it is a busy week of stamping at the Stamping to Share Studio! I’m also going to start prep work for our upcoming Spring Fling event that my downline and I host for our customers. So. Much. Fun! Enjoy the how to video and have a great day!!
NOTE: The current Hostess Code is ZUTEXDQ2. All online
orders over $25 using this code will receive a sampler of designer
series paper. You will also get a Happy Stamper Token for each $50
product increment on your order. See more about that popular program by
clicking on Happy Stamper. If your order is over $150 in
SU merchandise, please DO NOT use a hostess code. $150+ orders receive Stampin’ Rewards and
you don’t want to miss out on getting your FREE stuff directly from
Stampin’ Up! And no worries, you will still get goodies from me such as
Happy Stamper Tokens and a sampler of designer series paper.
Who doesn’t like to shop in their jammies? Did you know that every person who places an online order with me receives a hand stamped card
in the mail? Unfortunately, if you select “no contact” when you are
checking out, I won’t be able to send a card because I won’t have your
address information! It’s a good idea to avoid that box so that I can
give you the best possible customer service! The current Hostess Code is ZUTEXDQ2. Thanks!
Have you ever thought (even for a minute) about becoming a demonstrator? My group is called Stamping
to Share and if you would like to join up under me, you would be warmly
welcomed and never pressured. Please feel free to Email me if you have additional questions.