Have you ever wondered what the Customer Appreciation PDF is all about on the right side of my blog? This is a monthly PDF file sent via email as an appreciation for placing a qualified order. Each month a different designer is featured with new cards, projects ideas and tips! The designs and PDFs are created by my fellow Stampin’ Up teammates under the leadership of either Glenda Calkins (Team Stamp Camp) or France Martin (Frenchie’s Team). Each month brings different cards, projects, ideas and tips that allow you to create 4-7 cards or projects. In the PDF you receive a detailed list of instructions, supplies, measurements and photos to recreate each featured project.
I am honored, thrilled and humbled to have been asked to design/create this month’s PDF for Team Stamp Camp! I chose the Ride the Range Bundle as my featured stamp set. Being a Kansan, I couldn’t resist!
When I saw this bundle, I immediately thought about how much fun it would be to create with all the wonderful ink techniques that could be used for great landscapes and backgrounds! This bundle lends itself really well to using different techniques like watercoloring using ink or colored pencils, ink blending with blending brushes, sponges, brayering and coloring with Stampin’ Blends! In four of the 6 cards I created, I used some of these techniques and have shared tips and instructions in the PDF. The other two cards feature fun die cutting and even a fun fold that creates a memorable feature. Don’t let this set scare you away from creating a feminine card – the Ride the Range Bundle is sure to get you thinking and creating!
So, how do you receive a PDF file? By placing an online, minimum $30 order (before shipping and tax) using February Host Code : ATWRSXM7. Be sure to use the Host Code to qualify!
If placing an order of $150 or more (before shipping and tax), do NOT use the Host code. This purchase level automatically qualifies you to be your own Host, receive host benefits and the PDF.
Thanks for stopping by my blog! I hope my cards have inspired you to try a new technique or do a little stamping and sharing with others. If you haven’t already done so, I’d love it if you would subscribe to my blog. I would love to answer any questions you may have, so please feel free to contact me. Wishing you much joy!