One of the quirks of being a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator is receiving a free monthly magazine called “Stampin’ Success”. In this magazine, we get to view cards, 3D items, demo items for workshops, and many many more awe inspiring things. Below is one of the items in this months issue. Isn’t this pumpkin just so cute!
Imagine becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and getting together to create stuff like this. Not only do you receive a free magazine, but you also get discounts, pre-order new items before anyone else and earn extra money to help your family. I would love to have you on my team, contact me today to find out how.
The pumpkin is made by cutting 12 strips of cardstock 8.5″ x 1″. Punch a small hole on both ends. Gather all the strips and insert a brad at one end. Now spread out all the strips on your table to make them look like a spoke wheel. One at a time, grab a strip and lift it up and round it over and keep adding a strip at a time so that they join and form the pumpkin shape. Insert a brad once all strips are gathered.
What a cute way to make centerpieces for your dining room table or to decorate your stamp room.
Join my team from September 1-October 18, 2010, while supplies last
New recruits who join the Stampin’ Up! family as a demonstrator during the promotion period will receive a FREE craft tote (valued at $39.95) with the purchase of their Starter Kit.
Greenhouse Gala Craft Tote Description
•100% twill nylon exterior; 100% nylon interior
•Dimensions: 15-3/4″ x 7-5/8″ x 8-7/8″
•Includes attachable shoulder strap for easy transport
•Center section fits 12″ x 12″ card stock, Craft Keepers, and Paper Cutter
•Outside pockets fit extra-large punches perfectly
•Outside flap pockets offer secure spot for accessories
•Back zipper pocket holds up to seven Stampin’ Pads
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- Debbie Henderson
- Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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