Well this card does have three Santa's so, maybe it should be Ho-Ho-Ho times 3? I don't know. I do know I have a splitting headache so I am gonna be super quick with my post and go lay down ho-ho-ho-ping my headache goes away so I can get back up and get more work done. I don't know if it is weather related, or allergies.
This is another card from my 10/10/20 class -oh and those of you that emailed to ask "what does 10/10/20 mean?" it means 10 cards, 10 envelopes, $20.00 – I should have some sort of dictionary on the side so you can see what I am talking about half the time. Here is an idea how it works…here is a picture of the totes for my class…
…the 10 totes to the right are my 10/10/20 Christmas class cards, the 3 totes to the left are the 3 cards for my next TLC class.
Each tote has a card in it, with the inks, markers, punches, ribbon whatever you need to make that card. Everyone has a tote and they alternate totes through out the class. Each 10/10/20 tote has a number on it, number 1-10 and as you get done with the tote you mark that number off of your grid sheet so that by the end of the class, you will know that you need tote 2 and 5 to finish out the class. It's like bingo night at the elk lodge. "I have tote 4 and 8 available, who wants them?" and a loud yell from across the room.."Bingo!!! I do!!!" Now don't you really want to come to my classes, we have a blast!
For the technique classes it is a bit different, and each table has a different technique set up on it and people move from table to table, it is easier that way.
The paper sitting in front of the totes is for the class, waiting for what other supplies I need and to be starting the cutting process. I will have to remember to show you the September to Remember piles, we have about 65 Demonstrators and Customers coming so there will be oodles to do.
This card I got the idea from LeAnne Pugliese over at Splitcoast stampers, hers was a tad bit different, but I tweaked it to what I had, and I love it. Plus no coloring so I am sure everyone will love it at class too.
Stamp Set: Christmas Punch – which is a Level 2 hostess set, and can be yours with a $300.00 workshop.
Paper: Whisper White, Soft Suede, Real Red, Christmas Cocoa Specialty DSP – which is in the new Holiday Mini
Ink: Real Red, Soft Suede
Misc: White brads, Scallop Square punch, Mistletoe Ribbon originals from the Holiday Mini
So what do you think? I like it, and I hope you do too.
Well this old chickee is off for a lay down, and will talk to you tomorrow!
Have a awesome Thursday and thanks for stopping in!
Karen Barber says
Even your simpler class cards sing!! Thanks for talking to me the other night – can't wait to see you at Leadership!! ;)Stamp on!!
Jacqui Lines says
Thanks for posting the pictures of your totes! I always wondered how you did your classes!
Now I know…Now I can copy!
Debbie Keane says
Such a great idea Di for your classes. I may have to copy you! Love the card. I looked at that stamp last night and was trying to think up an idea and now you have sparked my little old pea brain. Thanks.
janet risch says
hope you feel better.
Tracy Altemose says
Feel Better Tuuts!!!
Darling Card!! Hope our swap comes today!!
Kera Simpson says
See this is why I stalk (not a secret anymore) your blog. Great ideas for how to do classes and keeping the supplies together 🙂
Thanks for letting us peek into the 'inner workings' of your business! It's quite a help. Sure hope you are feeling better now.
Beverlee Morales says
Love this card, it is beautiful. Another awesome creation.
I LOVE this card. Will I be receving a holiday mini or do I need to pay you for one?
LOVE this card!!! Being employed by the PO, I love the stamp theme!!! Really like the new Soft Suede In color, also. Great job!!
proof of why you're an artisan winner! absolutely lovely, diana! you're such an inspiration! see you at ustamp!