Stamp Clubs have started!


I enjoy the beginning of Fall as my stamp clubs start up for the year and I get to see all my friends and customers regularly again!  I have quite a few fun things planned for this year like, pop up cards, tri-fold cards, shadow box folds, criss cross folds, plus a really neat way to emboss with your Big Shot.

I like to give my stamp club members a little something special at the beginning of the year.  This year I made these:


There are 4 pockets and the oval labels I printed for them are:

Technique sheets – each month members receive a printout of the steps learned at club for different techniques taught so they can reproduce them again at home

SU Supplies – a list of all Stampin’ Up! inks, papers, punches, etc. to keep track of what they have already at home!

Monthly Wishlists – to pre-plan your purchases throughout the year (which works until you see me demonstrate something you didn’t know you had to have!)

Punch Templates – a punchout of all SU punches which can be used to compare punch sizes with catalogue image sizes



Supplies used:

Cardstock and Ink:  Very Vanilla, Soft Suede, Dusty Durango, Crushed Curry

Stamps:  Fifth Avenue Floral

Accessories: Soft Suede dotted ribbon, large oval and scallop oval punches, Manhatten Flower Embossing Folder and Big Shot, dimensionals, file folders

If you are in the Calgary South area, and would like to put together your own stamp club for you and some friends, please contact me and we’ll get stampin’!

Tomorrow I will post the October stamp club projects – TTFN!


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  1. Renee Winch says:

    I wish you would do a tutorial on this! It is so cute – creative and funtional! Renee

  2. Natasha says:

    Hi Renee – I used the basic folder idea from this site just changing how it was decorated:
    Have fun making some for yourself! Natasha

  3. Heather says:

    Hi – I just found your site from Splitcoast. You do some amazing work. I love this idea for giving to the girls in the group to keep track of stuff. I hope you don’t mind if I do something similar with my group starting later this month. Did you make the list of SU supplies yourself? Or did you find it somewhere?
    Anyways, thanks for sharing your talents!

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