Notes For a Friend Stamp class

Choose from:
Valentine/Love Collection created “Priceless”

Thank You collection created with “A Little Bird Told Me”

DATE & TIME: Wednesday evening January 9th from 7-9 pm
LOCATION: Jill’s House
CLASS PRICE: $15 (club member price $10)
RSVP: MONDAY: 1/7/08

Each participant will make these 4 cards (with envelopes) and the card tin.

The A Little Bird Told Me set is a collection of Thank you notes. Each of these cards is made with the designer series prints paper and the Stampin’ Up! small note cards with envelopes. The prints paper is double sided so you will have some choices in your patterns and some of the patterns will vary from what is shown in the picture. The colors are Certainly Celery, Rose Red and So Saffron for the Birdie Thank you collection. The Priceless set is a collection of Valentine and Love notes. These are also made with the designer series prints paper and the colors are Purely Pomegranate, Soft Sky and Blue Bayou. The note cards and envelopes fit in the tin and make a great gift.

Class Special: ORDER the Priceless stamp set or the A Little Bird Told Me Stamp set the night of the class and receive 20% off the stamp set. Each set is $25.95. That’s over $5 in savings! (s&h and tax is additional, can not be combined with any other offer)

I will be offering a “Class by Mail” option if you can not make it or if you do not live close by. All materials will be precut, prestamped and ready to assemble. Full color instructions, with pictures will be provided to show you how to make the cards. You will need your own adhesive. The only additional cost is the $4.60 priority shipping.

To register for this class, arrange alternate payment options, let me know your color selection or order your stamp set, please Email Me or click here . Do you have a special request- Just let me know.

I have only 7 spots left to this class. I hope to hear from you soon!


  1. esther
    January 3, 2008 / 11:58 pm

    I especially love the colours ion the first set! Gorgeous, and very versatile. well done 🙂

  2. CresceNet
    January 4, 2008 / 12:28 am

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