I love this little scarecrow in the Halloween stamp set, and made a Cookie Cutter Autumn set of cards and banners for my local stampers to have some fun with.
The strip of Designer paper on the card to the left is only 3/4" wide, so we were able to get a LOT of cards from those two sheets in the Petals &Paisleys package. I think it's my favorite thing I've made in a long time! I used Very Vanilla card stock for the base and the panel, and some Mint Macaron.
The ink pads for entire InColors 2015-2017 collection have turned out to be my favorite in a really long time, so they are part of a new Getting Started Kit I am recommending for my first time stampers. Even if you have a room full of crafting supplies, sometimes you don't have any mojo. This Kit is going to be the basis of a class series I am teaching in 2017.
SPECIAL NOTE: The "Getting Started Kit" is NOT the starter kit for signing up as a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. If you want more information about the contents and the free classes that come with the kit, send me an email: Celia[at]CeliasPaperGarden.com with your phone number and we'll talk.
Also in 2017 I will be offering my "4 Cards in 30 Minutes: the Card Corsage" class again. I think I will be offering it in April. Moving into the new house will be the determining factor.
In January I want to have a Stamp Camp making four different kinds of birthday cards: masculine/teen, feminine, kids, friends. Included in the class will be a free download of a Perpetual Calendar that you can print out on cardstock or copy paper for your Day Planner.
You can see my full Class Calendar on the Stampin' Up! DBWS where you do your online shopping: PaperGarden.StampinUp.net You can see I've kept it kind of light through the end of this year because we don't know when the house will be listed yet!