Well, 2 posts in one day, get me - lol!
I wanted to share with you a quick card I made for a lovely lady who is interested in joining my team and becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. We are having a full team training day soon and I made a more formal invitation for aforementioned lady so she knows just how welcome she will be even though she is not a member of the team.
The patterned paper with the musical notes on is from the "Newsprint" Designer Series Paper, (DSP), which is on the retirement list, so you only have until the end of the month to get hold of, that's if it stays in stock that long! The image from the "Always Elegant" stamp set was embossed using a mixture of black and gold embossing powders, which creates a really lovely two-toned effect.
If anyone else is interested in becoming a Stampin' Up demonstrator, please do get in contact for all the details. It really is great fun, and it really is something that you can put in as much effort as you want to but the friends you make and all the help and support you get as well as loads of training and top tips is amazing and worth it just for that!
Until next time, take care..
Stamp Sets : "Always Elegant"
Card stock : "Naturals Ivory" & "Riding Hood Red"
Accessories : "Newsprint" Designer Series Paper, "Filigree" Designer Brads, "Crumb Cake" Seem binding ribbon, Basic Pearls and Versamark Ink Pad; Black & Gold Embossing powder - mixed together
Colour : "Crumb Cake" ink pad
Tools : Personal Computer - for the text, "Itty Bitty Shapes" punch pack, Heat Tool