Monday, April 7, 2014

Is sooo good to be BACK!! with Cards & More Gift Basket Tutorial

Hello, stampers and friends...
I want to start by telling you how much have I missed you as well as creating.
Is been a while since my last, so long!
I got a full time job and this job kept me away from one of the things that I loved to do the most...creating and using my CTMH supplies., but I have a big family and I have to financially support them, specially now that one of my youngest will start culinary school in May and I will be a Grandma to my second grandbaby, which is a girl this time.
I stayed active as a consultant by making my sales, I couldn't find the way to drop...I know some of you might understand what I'm saying.
Few days ago, I receive a phone call from another consultant, Mrs. Geneva Beck 
 about a tutorial for a basket with pockets and 3" x 3" cards that she bought from me a while ago.

 I created this tutorial when I was a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and she said a lot of consultants went crazy when they saw the basket in the CTMH website (artwork).
Here is the basket I'm talking about:
This basket is so easy to make, that even when I made it using SU! supplies, it can be easily remade using CTMH supplies and materials.
For those of you interested in getting this tutorial, please click on the Pay-Pal button below:


 Please keep in mind that this is not an automated download, meaning that as soon as you made the payment you will not receive the tutorial immediately; you will have to wait until I email it to you at the same email address I will get from Pay-Pal. If you wish me to send you the tutorial to a different email address from the one from Pay-Pal, please write it on the "SEND A NOTE TO SELLER" box/section.
Hope you like my creations and tutorial!

I believe these two samples are the projects created by Geneva Beck using my tutorial and CTMH supplies and materials...

These are gorgeous and she did a wonderful job! Thanks Geneva for using my tutorial to create these beauties, is highly appreciated the credit you gave me and my work...
THANKS from the bottom of my heart!

Until next time,

1 comment:

  1. This is perfect timing, Madeline! I am offering a class to make this basket and just posted another one on my blog last night. I just edited it to include the link to this post so people can order the tutorial if they want. I've already had one person contact me to see if she could get a tutorial! :)