Yup- The men have sabotaged Glenda’s blog. While she and every other Stampin’ UP! Demonstrator is in Sunny Florida, we figured now is the time to make our move. Dean and I decided to show you guys some REAL Stampin’ Up! Techniques- something fresh. First of all, it’s always women doing this stuff- let’s just see what the guys have to offer.
Glenda has been focusing in on this Crinkled Chalk Ink Technique all week. We figured we better stay within the boundaries, but with our own ideas. Because we run the camera, we’re privi’ed to all of the details and now we’re going to add our own twist. She didn’t think we were watching, but we were taking our own notes, planning our attack. Ok, I’ll admit, we make a few mistakes, but it’s our first time! Besides, I think we recover from our mistakes pretty well! Don’t worry, Glenda will be back tomorrow with another video, but let’s just take a bit of a detour today and see what we can do with this stuff.
Dean is our 15 year old son. It was not easy getting him to guest host in this special production. After heavy negotiation with his agents and making special arrangements with the actors guild, we have Dean for one day and one day only. He’s put together a very special presentation for you today featuring a Valentine’s Day card. Don’t tell the demonstrators, let them figure this stuff out for themselves- this is between you and us.
Above all- share this video. I’m sure Glenda doesn’t think we can generate any sales. But, I’m telling her if we get a few bites, we’ll be back- bigger and better! We might even start our own channel! If not, well….we’ll go back to our day jobs. If you would be so kind and just place an order for some tape, glue or paper clips- please use this hostess code:PHRMCXHK
share this video with all of your friends! Like it on Facebook! I want her to be surprised when she logs in later today. We want to get a Bzillion views!!!!! Thank you for your support.
Yesterday I received an email with a couple of cards made using the Textured Boutique and some embossing folders. Janet said, I have both the Big Shot and the Textured Boutique and find they add a lot to a card in a quick and easy way and she is purchasing the textured Boutique for a gift.
Her cards are so cute; I asked if I could share them and she said yes.
So here are her cards she made using some folders and the Textured Boutique and Big Shot.
Aren’t they adorable? I love it when my customer’s share their cards with me.