Tuesday, July 14, 2020

It's a Mystery to Me!

  Lately my upline JoAnna has been hosting a Saturday Mystery Card class for us. It has been really fun and challenging. I decided to join in the fun and offer them to my customers and new friends.  I know you are thinking...WHAT IN THE WORLD IS A MYSTERY CARD?  Well, I'll tell you!
   Once a week I create a Mystery Card Event on my Facebook page. This is always a free for anyone event, because it is my gift to you to keep you stamping. And free because you supply your own paper, stamps and other supplies. I don't insist you use only Stampin' Up! products, but that would be awesome.  
   In my event I will pin cutting dimensions for your entire card. Sometimes we use 3 kinds of paper; a white or very vanilla, a colored cardstock and a DSP (Designer Series Paper). DSP can be patterned paper or you can take a piece of white or Very Vanilla cardstock and decorate with stamps or sponging!
It is very expensive and fun. 
  Here is the card I made during last Friday nights Zoom class. 

 You should see the inside!! I would love to share this with you.  And I also want to start a newsletter! So if you would join my newsletter by sending me your consent to my email provider or to dreamersklub@gmail.com. 
I have created a PDF complete with pictures and instructions to make one of your own. Then every Monday, you will receive a free PDF of a card I have made just for my Dream Newsletter. .  My newsletter will include promotions offered by Stampin' Up! and some offered only by me. Eventually I hope to be able to share more PDF's and of course my other classes.  
    Thanks for taking the time to read this. 
I am Dreamin' of a busy newsletter group...you keep Dreamin' too! 

Pammie Kay
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

 

1 comment:

scoutingmom said...

What a neat card. It looks so confusing, but I think mine came out okay. I have already sent it to someone, so no pictures to post here!

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