We Are Loving Those Pandas!

As you may already know, Stampin’ Up! is offering a free stamp set called Party Pandas when you shop and purchase $50 of stamps and accessories.

Yesterday, we had fun talking about organization on our weekly live stream show yesterday.  And at the end we shared an idea for a card (which I’ll share today).

It’s always fun for us to see the same people return and meet new stampers as well.

And it’s even more fun when you’re on the stream with us.  You can make comments and chat with other that are on the call with us.

Who knows?  You might make a new friend!

So if you missed this one, perhaps you can join us next time!

Here’s the You Tube version of it.

(Those of you reading this in your email can come to the blog and watch it here.)

Now at the end of the show, you’ll see how Ann made the background of this card.

Panda Birthday CardIsn’t that cute?  It looks MUCH better in real life!  It was inspired by a card made by one of Ann’s gal pals – Carol.

But you will NEVER guess how Ann put that greeting on there!

Can you believe that she used the Lemon Builder Punch?  Yep!

Here’s how she did it.

Use the punch with the greeting all the way to one side.

Then put it through the punch again to punch out the other side so that the point is under the center of the greeting.

Panda Birthday Card

Attaching a Post-It Note as a handle will make it easier to get the second punch done.

Who knew!

And the flowers were from the Tree Builder Punch.

So you could add some of the stamps and supplies we used to your collection and get the Party Pandas stamp set free!  (We showed some sample Panda cards to our local stamp club the other night and almost half of them ordered those cute little bears.)

Jungle Birthday Card

We used Archival Black Ink, but our friend Judi mentioned that Memento Tuxedo Black might be easier to clear up.  (I think she’s right.)

Cardmaking Supplies

We’d love to help you get that Party Panda set for free.  All our online shoppers receive 4 free tutorials in their inbox and a handmade card in their mailbox.  Use the current host code that we post here or towards the top of the right column on any blog page and we’ll include a small sample of current product that you can try out.

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Price: $110.00

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What great organization tips!

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3 Comments

  1. Great video…thanks….I have a question….I spied your heat tool holder in the background….can you tell us where you got it….I desperately need one. Thanks.

    • That’s a popular question. We got it years ago from a demonstrator Ann met while on a Stampin’ Up! trip. It was right after they changed to the present heat tool and really don’t fit the newer tools. We make it work. If you have a handy husband, 3 pieces of wood can be made into a tool holder.

  2. I love your live streams and look forward to Wed. The panda card turned out so cute.

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