8/29/9 Sesame Street Class

This past week I offered a Mom and Me Sesame Street Card Class to my customers. I had to share a few pictures of Cooper and Jenni. My girls and I babysit Cooper two days a week so he's had some card making experience . . . but it's fun to see his smiling face and I think he will enjoy seeing his picture on my blog! Above, Cooper is cutting out the scallops for the character's faces with the Big Shot Machine.

Cooper LOVED helping punch all the punches that we needed to make the cards. It was a great opportunity to practice counting!

Cooper and I focused on stamping and prepping all the punches while mom Jenni did all the gluing. We were quite a team!

Below is a picture of the cards we made . . . two of each character for eight cards in all. We also made a box to put them in. Cooper was eating a rice crispie bar by the time we got around to doing the box, but Jenni was thrilled to get step by step instructions that she can use for future projects.
This is a picture of the box. Isn't it great? it easily holds eight cards and envelopes. Or, if your cards have a lot of embellishments . . . four would be a comfortable fit.

Do you know where I got the idea for this class? Straight off the demonstrator website! Demonstrator Tamara Bertram shared this idea and was selected as one of the stamping challenge winners. You know how busy I've been since convention . . . being out of town as much if not more than being in town . . . it's a relief to be able to turn to the demonstrator website and find ideas right there ready and waiting to be used. One of the fabulous perks of being part of the SU family.
There are only a few more days before August is over and we say good bye to the greatest recruiting opportunity I've seen since becoming a demonstrator two years ago. I WILL be in town this weekend . . . so if you've been contemplating and you've decided that you would like to join the SU family of demonstrators . . . whether for personal use or to make extra money for the holidays . . . PLEASE contact me!! You can read all about the mini kit . . . only $85 through August 31 right HERE. It's really a great time to get started and I would love to have you join my team. Go to my SU website to sign up and use my password - stampingtoshare. There's nothing to lose . . . if you decide that being a demonstrator isn't for you, simply do nothing. You will still get to keep all of the goodies in your starter kit and your $30 new demo gift from me. It's a win-win!!
Have a great weekend . . . and remember my SU store never closes! lol! Shop 24-7 right HERE!

Stamps: On Your Birthday (111664)
Paper: Whisper White (100730), Real Red (102482), Brilliant Blue (100721), Old Olive (100702), Only Orange (102837), YoYo Yellow (102824), Basic Black (102851), Chocolate Chip (102128)
Ink: Basic Black
Accessories: Big Shot (113439), Scallop Die #2 (113469), 1/2" Circle Punch (104390), 3/4" Circle Punch (107217), 1" Circle Punch (109046), Large Oval Punch (107305), Scallop Oval Punch (114889), 1 3/4" Circle Punch (112004), Wide Oval Punch (112082), Small Oval Punch (107304), Whisper White Organza Ribbon (114319)


Britiney said…
Fabulous class idea, Kay! I love the step-by-step with that darling little boy!