Monday, April 13, 2009

Hostess With The Mostest

Hi Stampers! Though my post is later today, I am feeling on top of the world because I conquered (I think) a technical issue with our internet/router. So, hopefully, I will not continue to have connection issues--hooray!
Today I have a cheerful little card created with the level 1 hostess set Darling Dots. In just 3"x3" the bright colors pack a large burst of cheer. Wouldn't this be a great way to invite your friends to a backyard gathering? The simple design and limited supplies make it easy and economical to produce in multiples. would be a snap to make some matching thank you's if they were needed for your occasion!
But the only way to get this set is to have a workshop that reaches $150. Not here in town? Then you have 2 options:

  • gather a few orders from friends and email me to place the "book party"

  • gather a few orders from friends and enter it online yourself

Either way you will receive the same benefits and the products will be delivered directly to your door! -- Don't forget you will get your choice from the catalog pg. 208 free in April as well.

Your friends can also take advantage of the April offer if they order $40 or more from the Occasions mini-catalog, then they can also choose something from pg. 208 for free.

With so much to gain, what are you waiting for?

Here is a list of Stampin' Up! supplies I used for the card:

stamps: Darling Dots, To You and Yours (sentiment)

cardstock: garden green, whisper white

ink: garden green, real red, black Staz On

accessories: real red 1/4" grosgrain ribbon

Thanks for stopping by today! Tasha

-Here's what the complete set looks like:


Emily said...

cute card, I love the colors!!!

Rebecca said...

Love the ladybug and the red ribbon. It looks so nice with all of the green. Cute little mini-card!

Janna said...

Tasha this is adorable! Seriously! I love the green leaves and then the spark of red of that lady bug! Such a nice touch with the ribbon as well! And I love the idea of making matching thank yous!


Eugene said...

Kinda like the dot pattern, Tasha, different. Goes well with the colors and design. What will you think of next!
Cool cardin',