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Join My Stampin' Techniques Stamp Club!

I'm beginning a new Stamp Club in March. I've changed things from my past clubs. At this club, members will learn a new Stampin' Technique every month. Members will make a technique card for their ring binder (like the one on the left in the picture above), and have the choice of making either a card (w/envelope) or a 12" x 12" scrapbook page using the technique.

There are 10 people per club. Everyone commits to placing a minimum order of $15 per month for 10 months. Everyone also gets a turn being hostess for one month out of the 10. The hostess for the month gets all of the free hostess benefits! All members also get the current Spring-Summer 2009 Idea Book & Catalog AND the Fall-Winter 2009 Idea Book & Catalog when it comes out in July FREE! If you have already purchased a catalog from me and want to be in the club, I'll reimburse you the money you paid for it. To find out all of the particulars of this club, CLICK HERE.

The first technique that will be learned in March will be the Faux Dry Embossing technique. The technique card and the card that can be chosen to make using the technique is pictured above. There will also be a scrapbook page offered using the technique, and I'll post a picture of it within the next few days.

The picture on the right is a close-up of the technique. It really does look like I dry embossed it! To see a bigger image of it, just click on the picture.

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact me.