I did my last demonstration the other week and wanted to make it a bit special and the hostess had asked for a Christmas card so I ventured into Splitcoast Stampers resources to have a browse for some ideas and came across Beate’s Pocket Card

Holiday Thyme Pocket Card You can see the glitter on the tree if you look closely.

I was a little worried that the ladies wouldn’t like the card but they all loved it – even my hostesses 83 year old mum! We all had a good time talking and chatting and sharing stories that we didn’t realise how late we went – my poor hubby rang and asked what to do for dinner and it was 7.30pm and i thought it was about 5pm! So yes time flies when your having fun!

I followed the tutorial that Beate wrote I just adjusted the sizing a bit so I could get 3 cards from a 12×12 sheet. I used paper from the Holiday Thyme Designer Series Pack which is only available till tomorrow so if you want some you better be quick! The stamps I used are from Riveting (Hostess set), Lovely as a Tree and Wishing You (Spring Mini). I also used the round tab punch and the circle punches. Christmas Pocket from Sharon

I went to a Christmas Dinner with my up-line and some of our team and I got one of these lovely pocket cards from the lovely Sharon Davis

Sharon used the very cute Festive Favourites and Snow Flurries sets and paper from the Four Seasons Designer Series Paper. She’s even added some dazzling diamonds for the snow – I just love these snowmen – so cute!

Thanks Sharon for the lovely card – we sure did have a good time last night and the food was great – shame the staff wanted to go home!!

2 Comments

  1. ooooh it was a lovely night – thank you so much girls for coming along and making it so much fun! We will definitely have to do it again soon – and YAY to convention and all-night chats (and drinkies!!!!)

  2. Thanks for the plug Leonie…..:-) was a great night and it was a shame to have to leave…….ooohh at convention we can sit and talk as late as we want……..

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