Friday, September 11, 2009

For All You Do Side Step Card

I realize that it's Friday and it's time for a Friday Freebie and I know I missed last Friday, but I'm going to have give you another raincheck! I'll be back on Sunday with a Sunday Freebie and I'll give away two since it's been two weeks.

This week has been a little busy. After traveling over the holiday weekend, I've been working on samples for my Workshop Wow demonstration at the Stampin' Up! Regional Seminar in Cincinnati tomorrow. The kids have been sick this week and of course, I'm starting to come down with it too. Grr! If I can just get through Saturday, I'll be fine.

So hang in there if I'm a little slow...I have some great cards to show off soon...after Saturday.

In the meantime, here is a peek at one of my Stamp Club projects for next week. We'll be making a different one and I will post that one and the instructions late next week so I don't spoil the surprise for my stampers!

Supplies: For All You Do, Old Olive ink & cardstock, Crushed Curry ink, Ruby Red ink, Whisper White cardstock, Earth Elements Brads, Paper Cutter & Scoring Blade

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7 comments:

Julianne said...

That card looks beautiful Julie ! I cant wait for the instructions. I hope you have a great time away.

Martha Lucia Gomez said...

This card is beautiful and different from the original idea.
Congratulations and as Julianne, I can't wait for the instrucctions.
Thank you for share with us!

Shannon Murdock said...

Love this one! Will definitely be lifting it!!quirt99

Lynn said...

Wonderful card! I love the design of the side step and the stamp set you used with it!

Christyne (aka Apple Blossom) said...

This is FANTASTIC! I can't wait to see the directions to make this!

Jayne said...

This is a really cute card. I haven't made a step card yet. Thanks for sharing and I hope you and your children get well soon. Good luck at regionals, you'll do a great job!

Stamping with Lulu said...

I enjoyed getting to meet you at Regionals and hope you are feeling much better. You did a wonderful presentation. Congratulations on your news!

Lori