Make a Holiday Wreath using Winterfrost Designer Paper!


. . . or if you prefer traditional holiday colors to those in Winterfrost Designer Paper, make yours with the Season of Style Designer Paper!  How about make a fall one, too, with the Sweater Weather Designer Paper?


Winter Frost Wreath


Join me for my . . . 

Wreath Class ~

6:30 – 8:30 pm, Tuesday, October 1st

Make one for a yourself. . . makes a great gift, too! 

Class includes:

  • All supplies and instruction to
    make and embellish your wreath
  • Use of my stamps, inks, punches,
    Big Shot and dies.

Paper choices:  Sweater
Weather (fall wreath), Season of Style (traditional Christmas colors), or
(Winter Frost (snowflakes)   Please indicate choice on registration

Early registration cost (by Sept 20th): 
,  Make a second wreath for only $15. (Cost after Sept 20th, $30)

There are 2 ways to register for this class, either must be done by September 20th to get the early cost!
  1. Download Registration Form and mail or email to me!
  2. Pay NOW with the "Buy Now" button below. 

Holiday Wreath Payment Options (2)
Paper Choice 1
Paper Choice 2 (if applies)

Alright then, I promised some photos from Founder's Retreat. . . BTW. . . I'm having a ball! My friend, Julie Salva, and I met in the Las Vegas airport to begin our adventure!  We didn't plan to stay in Vega for very long, in fact, we headed to the freeway to make our way to St. George, UT (approx. 120 miles away), but didn't make if very far when we had to stop for our first In n' Out Burgers!  Fantastic!  Once again we hit the freeway, but not for long as we spied a mall in downtown Vegas.  
I'm pleased to let you know that we did arrive in St. George around 4pm and made our way to Cafe Rio!  It was Julie's first time and I had been dreaming about the sweet pork salad since last year!  I was not disappointed!
Tuesday turned out to be another great adventure!  We headed to the freeway and in the general direction of Cedar City, UT.  Since we were heading to new and uncharted territory for us, we stopped at the nicest Maverick gas station to stock up on soda and water.  We inquired of the sales asst. about sites to visit!  The manager gave us great advise to visit Cedar Breaks National Monument.  It was approx. 45 minutes away and a beautiful drive. As we passed through Cedar City, the temperature was 96 degrees.  When we arrived at the visitor center at the top, we discovered that the temp was 56 degrees.  We had traveled just 16 miles. . . what a surprise or should I say shock!
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Here I am warming up inside the visitor center!  
It wa so worth the trip. . . the views were breathtaking!  Facing one direction. . .
Cedar Breaks
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Turning and facing the opposite direction!
We even managed a little hike in the woods!  (I set the camera on a log to take this shot!)
Cedar Breaks selfie
I have more adventures to share, but this girl needs some shut eye!  Check back to tomorrow for the next adventure!
Happy Stampin'

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