Come Sail Away! Guest Stamper: Marilyn B.

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I have another swap card to share with you today … I could not pass this one up since it features one of my favorite bundles and a Step Fold card! This stunning card was created by one of my Star’s team member Marilyn.

The card is known as a “Step” fold card and created fascinating dimension to your card … gives the sailboats the look of distance.  I am in the process of recreating this layout so I can create a tutorial on “how to” make it.  In fact, it will be one of the two step cards that my club member will be learning how to make this fall.

My Stampin’ Clubs will start in September and if you are interesting in learning new techniques, using new stamps, dies and accessories first hand, and getting to know how some of the new products work and embellish your cards and scrapbook pages … you will want to join. Contact me if interested … I may also be starting a VIRTUAL Club for those who live out of my area .. or out of state!  Again, contact me for full details.

Marilyn used the new “Sailing Home” bundle from the Annual Catalog. This is one of my favorite bundles / product suites.  In fact, the lighthouse looks similar to a lighthouse in Fond du Lac, WI.  This is such a great masculine card. I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have.

Thanks for stopping by and watch for an upcoming tutorial on the Step Fold Card … better yet, join one of my Stamp Clubs and learn first hand how to do this and so much more!  We are focusing on techniques and fun folds this year.

Have a wonderful day ~

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