Friday, June 28, 2024

To Market 6x6 4 Sheet Wonder Card Workshop

So excited to share my first Cardmaking Workshop featuring Stampin' Up products. I designed this as a 4 Sheet Wonder using 4 6"x6" pieces of double-sided patterned paper. Alternately you can use 1 sheet of 12"x12" paper for the cards. I chose to work with the To Market Double-Sided Patterned Paper and the Something Fancy stamp set and dies for this workshop as I loved the colors and patterns of the paper and the versatility of the stamp set.

This workshop creates 10 cards from the 4 6"x6" sheets of double-sided patterned paper plus 8 sheets of cardstock. As always I am sharing the cutting diagrams for the patterned paper here with you. The cardstock cutting diagrams and card sketches are available with purchase of the workshop digital files.

These are the cutting diagrams for the patterned paper.
These are the 10 card designs you will be able to create with this workshop.

If you are interested in creating this workshop for yourself or with your customers, there are 4 ways to get the files:

1. Place a $35 or more purchase from my Stampin' Up website (before taxes and shipping). You must email me with the name of the workshop files you wish to receive.

2. Purchase the workshop digital files directly (no qualifying website purchase needed). The files are $11.50 USD. Follow the "Buy It Now" link at the bottom of this post.

3. Join my Stampin' Up team, all team members have access to my workshop files FREE.

Other demonstrators are also welcome to order these files in support of their own business. You can use these files to host your own events as long as you follow the terms and conditions listed in the Demonstrator Release included in the  workshop files.

Here is what you will receive with the workshop files:
  • Welcome Page 
  • Cutting Guide with directions for cutting the papers needed
  • Card Guide diagrams and color photos of the completed cards
  • Demonstrator Release
  • Social Media image for you to use in promoting the workshop for your customers

I hope you enjoy creating these cards just as much as I did creating them!


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