Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini Catalog Preview!

Hello Everyone!

It's been a rough week and it's only Tuesday! I blew out a tire on the way to work today. I'm always in a hurry because I have to get my son ready in the morning along with me, take him to the sitter, and make it to work by 8am. This morning I took a turn too sharp and hit the sidewalk which was all broken up and "pop" goes the tire. It wasn't a good way to start the day. My good friend reminded me though - life happens!

Birthday's happen too! A friend at work just had a birthday Sunday, so I made her this cute little tin filled with Hershey Nuggets and a matching card. You probably don't recognize the stamp set and patterned paper? That's because it's a preview of what is to come in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini Catalog being released October 1st! The tree and leaves comes from a new set called "Season of Friendship". It also includes a snowflake, bird, and flower to put on your tree. A tree for all seasons! The patterned paper is amazing! It's called "Autumn Vine". I just love it!

I have a wonderful event taking place here at Tiffany's Cardtique on October 4th! In case you haven't heard, October 4th is National Card Making Day. I am going to have demonstrations, giveaways, and cards (of course) to inspire you to create. I am also going to be releasing my first card kit for sale! I have been working hard getting this together and I'm very excited about it and I think you will be too. Stay tuned for more details!!!

I hope your week is going much better than mine! Thank you for stopping by.

Tiffany

3 comments:

Kris said...

Just beautiful, Tiffany. I love how you used DSP to wrap the nuggets instead of stamping on labels.

Very creative.

Mary Fish said...

You rocked this project. I'm glad you got the Friendship Tree. It works beautifully with the Autumn DP, your beautiful flowers and nugget tin. Wow! Hugs . . . . M

Kim said...

Looks great Tiffany. Love the fall look of your nugget tin and your card matches beautifully. Great job!