Do you make cards as needed or keep a stash on hand? If you keep a supply on hand, do you ever find yourself searching through your stash of gorgeous, flowery, sparkly, pretty cards looking for something to send to a man?
Well here are a couple of samples of masculine cards that I received in a recent demonstrator trade. Both of these cards were made with a stamp set called Walk in the Wild.
I love the realistic imagery in this set. We live out in the country and here in Wisconsin we see lots of pheasants so this set is perfect for the men in my life.
I received these cards as trades at our last demo meeting. We have a small local group of women who meet regularly to share stamping ideas and keep up with new product and how to use it with our customers. Attending monthly meetings like this is one of the benefits of buying the Starter Kit . . . once you buy the kit you are classified as a demonstrator and you get to attend all the demonstrator meetings.
Would you like to try one of these meetings? You are welcome to attend as my guest.
**We do an optional card trade and you are welcome to join the trade if you'd like
**We do 5 or 6 Make & Takes . . . and that's FREE
Its a just a fun night of stamping with a great group of talented people.
Our meetings are the last Tuesday of the month on the south west side of Madison. Email or call (608) 220-3450 if you'd like to attend - like I said, its FREE and there's no obligation. This is not a marketing meeting, no one will pressure you to join anything. Its just a fun night.
By the way: the Starter Kit is a great deal financially - whether or not you want to be a demonstrator. The word "kit" is a mis-nomer. Its completely customizable. You choose $125 worth of anything from either the Annual Catalog or the Holiday Catalog or the Clearance Rack. After you make your list of $125 worth of product, you pay only $99 (plus tax) and shipping is FREE. There is no obligation to do anything or buy anything else. Its a very smart way to spend your hobby dollars.
Contact me if you'd like to attend a meeting as a guest.