It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! The tree is up - not decorated, but up. And a few of my favorite decorations are out. And I sent the Lad back to school a batch of fudge to share with his roommates. I wonder how long it will last???
I've been doing a lot of work the last month getting ready for craft fairs and vendor events. I really missed being in my studio to design and just be creative. As I was cleaning up and making some space for my Occasions and Sale-a-bration preorder (yay!!!) to arrive, I stumbled across the Hello December 2016 Project Life Card Collection and Accessory Kit all tucked away and hiding from view. How could I not have used these yet?
Have you seen these yet? While they're original intent was for photo pocket scrapbooking, they are seriously cute and make the quickest cards and projects. All you need is a little paper, adhesives, and ribbon and you're all ready for the holidays!
There are 71 cards in the card collection and they come in two sizes, 3" x 4", 4" x 6". Use them as is, or trim to fit. The accessory kit has an additional 20 2"x2" cards plus lots of fun goodies like stickers, silver epoxy stars, foil letters, washi tape, and an exclusive stamp set! Best of all...THEY'RE ON SALE!!! That's right, until 11/28, the Hello December 2016 Project Life Card Collection and Accessory Kit are both on sale for 30% off. And, if you use hostess code TNPFMWWQ, all orders of $25 or more receive something "extra" sparkly from me. Orders over $50 will also receive 5 free handmade cards.
The Stampin' Up! Online Extravaganza ends tomorrow, 11/28. There's even a flash sale tomorrow! Check back here after midnight tonight to see.
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