Our next Stamp Camp is going to be using the Boughs Of Holly suite. You can see this suite on page 24 and 25 of the July – December 2022 mini catalogue. The stamp camp will be taking place on the 29th – 30th October. This will give you a great start to you Christmas cards.
The way that it works is that you purchase the Boughs Of Holly suite. Click here to go to my online store to order your products (please use the host code on the side). I will post the kit containing the card stock to make all the projects in the tutorial bundle and send an invitation to an exclusive Facebook group. The tutorial bundle (which will have video links included for all the projects) will be uploaded to the Facebook group for you to download.
We will have a blog hop which goes live on the 20th October, which features bonus projects using the suite. All the projects from the blog hop will be shared at the event. You get 26 projects (13 in the tutorial and 13 bonus ones from the blog hop) with video instructions or Facebook live demonstrations and lifetime access to the event page.
In the suite you get the Leaves Of Holly stamp set, Holly Berry dies, a spool of Natural Woven Ribbon, a tub of Textural Elements and the Boughs Of Holly DSP pack.
What isn’t included in the Stamp camp is ink pads, adhesives, cutting tools, the Cut and Emboss machine and the card stock for the projects that are not included in the tutorial bundle. Please contact me if you need any additional information about these items or details of the stamp camp. You can send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or a message through my Facebook page.
I hope that you will join us. The ladies in this group are extremely talented, and the people who joined our previous Stamp Camps have LOVED them! Click here to order your suite. I’ll get you kit into the post ASAP after I receive notification of the order.
If you order before the 20th October, you will also receive this month’s tutorial which features ideas for Christmas cards. Here is a sneak peek of the projects in the Christmas tutorial bundle: