I love punches, for so many reasons, but speed is absolutely the main one! You can make a card like today’s Christmas tree card so quickly and just think you’ll be all prepared for Christams!

Pine Tree Christmas Card Stampin' Up! Uk Inspiring Inkin' Amanda Fowler

I love that the Christmas paper shows through. The trick to get everything lined up is to punch the tree out first and then line it up and punch out the circle. A few mats and layers and the cards are finished.

Here are all the product links for the Pine Tree Christmas Card. Click on the pictures to go shopping in my online store.

We had a very chilled out weekend, I’ve learnt a new crochet stitch called waffle, we did some gardening, reading and not much else. All in all very chilled out. this week will be full on, the NEW catalogues are on their way to me so I have letters to write, labels to print and a whole heap of envelopes to stuff later this week. I like being busy!

If you have shopped with me in the last year or attended one of my events a catalogue will be on it’s way to you very soon. If you would like to shop with me and go onto my catalogue list I would be very happy to send you a catalogue, you must live in the UK, France, Germany, Austria or The Netherlands. If you shop with another demonstrator please contact them I am sure they will be very happy to send you a catalogue.

Hopefully see you tomorrow on my Facebook Live at 2pm!


MAY 2020

To get a free thank you gift or join the June Craft-a-Long Club for FREE, simply enter the Inkin’ Host Code above at check out when you shop online and place a minimum order of £30 or €35. If your order is less than £30 or €35 you will of course still receive a handmade card and gift from me.

You can also join the June Craft-a-Long club by buying the kit for £12 or €15, click HERE.

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