If you guessed 160, you'd be right! In just 2 1/2 hours, 11 women made 160 Christmas cards using the Watercolor Christmas kit to share with family and friends. And some were donated for holiday visitations for local shut-ins. It was a great evening, with a big pot of homemade chili and a fabulous chocolate pie for dessert. (You know, I have a hard time even typing the words, "chocolate pie" after reading The Help). And you know what was the greatest hit last night? Embossing the red Christmas Wishes cards and the envelope flaps with the Holly and Winter Wonder embossing folders!
This is my third Christmas Season as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. the Watercolor Christmas kit is by far the most popular. Last night was my fourth class with it! I think what is so appealing is how quickly the cards come together. This kit is made with the beginning stamper in mind; stamp the sentiments, and adhere the pieces. Easy peasy. BUT...you can easily step them up by embossing, sponging the edges of the sentiments, or adding more embellishments. As you can see, the photos in the instructions were used as a mere suggestion last night as everyone got creative . Like snowflakes, no two were exactly the same!
The Watercolor Christmas kit makes 20 cards, 5 each of 4 designs for making your handmade Christmas cards without a lot of muss or fuss. It's the perfect solution to a girls' night out, or for crafting on the go. Get yours today before supplies run out.
July Host Code
"All Images © 2018 Stampin’ Up!
This blog is my sole responsibility as an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and the use of and content of the classes, services, or products offered on the DBWS, personal blog, website, or other Internet medium is not endorsed by Stampin’ Up!"