Friday, March 19, 2010

Pink , Pink and More Pink

Good Morning Everyone,

I haven’t posted in a few day’s…sorry about that. I’ve been really, really busy with my Stampin’ Up! Business. We coming down to the wire on Sale-a-Bration and everyone want to get in on the action and get some FREE product. I don’t blame them.

Anyway I’ve got another workshop tomorrow and I made this card a little while ago for it. I’ve never met the Hostess but I know she likes PINK!! So do you think she’ll like it?

Pink Garden Whimsey and swaps 001

It features the Greenhouse Garden Stamp Set, which is one of my favorites and so easy to use. I love it. I hope she and her guests love it too. I used a combination of Pretty in Pink and Regal Rose for the inks and Cardstock with just a touch of Black to make things POP.

If you’d like to make this at your workshop let me know. This set will be on special next month as part of our 2-Step Stampin’ Promotion…..wait until you see what the Hostess gets!!!!

Don’t forget I do local workshops and also “Workshops in a Box”….that’s right…it comes to you. Contact me for more details.

… more thing….The Promotion we are having for the next 10 days or so. During Sale-a-Bration you will receive the Starter Kits for 15% off and get a FREE Stamp Set (up to $47.95). So if you want to do something fun and earn a little extra income…contact me and I’ll be happy to tell you more.

Thanks for stopping by and as always….

Have a Stampinglee Good Day!

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stampingmadly said...

Lovely, as usual. Great color combination, great design.

Tammy Q Howell said...

This is such a pretty card. I bought that set and haven't used it. Your design is beautiful!

Sara Storey said...

So pretty -- I love the contrast of the soft pink with the harshness of black and white. I really like all the elements you've used ... it gives the card so much depth. I'll have to have you show me how you get your two-step stamps so perfect every time ... I never seem to manage that!

Sara said...

Lee has done a couple "workshops in a box" for me. I live in Idaho and she sends all the parts and pieces to me ... then I get to try out my skills as a demonstrator. It's really a lot of fun and a good way to have a party from a distance. I don't want to use any other demonstrator, so we've figured out a way to make it work!