Birthday Bash Stampin' Buffet

WHEN: Saturday, March 4 from 1:00 to 5:00 PM.  If that date doesn't work for you but you'd still like to make the projects, let me know so we can see if we can work out another time.

WHERE: My House in Farmington

WHAT: Birthday Cards!!  Who doesn't need lots of birthday cards to give to family and friends?  As always, make only the cards you like and more of the cards you love.  This month, instead of boxes or home decor items, I'm offering some fancy fold or interactive cards in addition to regular cards. They are priced slightly higher because they take more supplies and a little more time to prep.  If you sign up to make one of these cards, you will also receive printed instructions or a template for that card so you can recreate it at home.

RSVP: By Wednesday, March 1 to or voice or text to 801-557-3439.  Please include which projects you would like to make when you RSVP so I can have them cut and ready to go.

Bring a friend!

And don't forget it's Sale-A-Bration Time.  If you place a $50 order at the class, you'll receive a free item from the Sale-A-Bration catalog.


Regular Cards: Cost is $2.25 each or any 10 regular cards mix and match for $20.

Up and Away Card: This stamp set is so versatile. Here it makes a wonderful masculine birthday card. Thanks to Leena Girsa for the inspiration for this card.

Gorgeous Birthday Card: For that very chic woman in your life

Cloud Nine Card: Thanks to Cindy Elam for letting us make her card at this class.

Candle Card: Uses a window thinlit to create those cute candles.
Princess Card: So sweet in Pink and Gold with a sparkly crown. Thanks to Kim Williams for the inspiration for this card.

It's Your Birthday Card: Festive card in Bermuda Bay.
Fancy Folds or Interactive Cards: Cost $2.50 each or any 5 for $12.  Cost includes a template or instruction sheet for that card. For most pictures, the left side shows what the card looks like closed and the right what it looks like when it opens up.

Twist and Pop Card: This fancy fold card is all the rage these days. Open it up, and four panels pop up.

Birthday Box Card: Thanks to Stacy McCain for providing this card for our class. The card folds flat for easy mailing and then opens up into a box. You could easily insert a Gift Card into this one.
Sweet Treat Tri-Fold Card: This card just keeps unfolding to reveal more and more treats. Thanks to Stacy McCain for inspiring this one.
Pop Up Box Card: When you open up this card, I box pops up on the inside.
Pocket Card: This card uses the Mini Treat Gift Bag Framelits to create a pocket. Pull on the ribbons to reveal the greeting inside. You cold easily slip a gift card into this one.

Shaker Card: So much shiny fun going on on this card.

Paper Pumpkin Birthday Card: This month's kit is perfect for birthdays. Shaped like a giant candle, pull the tab to reveal the birthday greeting. You could easily slip a gift card into this one. Limited to supplies on hand.

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