When I was in Utah I was able to look over all my Stampin' Success, a magazine Stampin' Up! sends to their demonstrators. I loved this card I copied from one of the Stampin' Up! magazines. It was easy and fun and looked great when it was done.
One of the benefits of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator is the support we get from the company. There are perks like; magazines, conventions, leadership meetings, great chat group and free product that the company provides for us to help us be successful. I am excited about the new custom starter kit that for $99 you can become a demonstrator for Stampin' Up! and enjoy these benefits as well. If you are interested please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The sunflower card was create by folding a 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 piece of black cardstock in half. Cut a vanilla and more mustard cardstock pieces to 4 1/4 x 4 1/2 and stamp the sunflower the same way on both pieces. Glue strips of Stampin' Up!'s first edition speciality paper on the top and bottom on stamped vanilla piece and attach it to the black card. Now tear more mustard stamped card in a couple of pieces, attach them over the stamped vanilla cardstock positioning it so the sunflower images match up. Then using your nail rough up the torn edges. Add button and small tag greeting.
Don't forget the retiring list, you have a couple weeks to order these products. To order retiring products go to my Stampin' web site: http:wendythestamper.stampinup.net Remember you have just a couple more weeks and these products will not be available.