One of the things I’ve committed to in the new “Class Planning Service for Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators” that I’ve launched is that all projects will utilize current Stampin’ Up! products only. When I originally designed my Festive Favorite Stamp Camp Projects I was thinking more in terms of using up what I had, than using it as a class. Consequently, I used some retired products on these projects. I’ve gone back and modified the projects so that all products are current Stampin’ Up! only. I also switched a couple of things to make it more cost effective to run. Compared to the originals, the differences are subtle – it primarily involved changing the retired wide white organdy ribbon for wide Certainly Celery grosgrain. I also used Stampin’ Up!’s large flat cello bags instead of the retired large gusseted ones. I’m actually torn as to which set I like better. Anyways, here are the new projects, which will be the ones for which you’ll receive the step-by-step picture tutorials in my class planning service:
With the gift pouch, I changed the gusseted cello bag to the large flat cello bag, and the ribbon to Certainly Celery 5 /8″ grosgrain.
Card 1: I switched the white organdy ribbon to Certainly Celery 5/8″ grosgrain.
Card 2: I switched the white organdy to Certainly Celery 5/8″ grosgrain
Card 3: I switched the white grosgrain to the white taffeta to minimize the number of different ribbons you would have to buy to run this class.
Card 4: I switched the greeting from “Peaceful Wishes” to “Season’s Greetings”. Again this was done to minimize the numer of stamp sets used in this stamp camp. The Season’s Greetings comes from the same greeting set as the “Merry Christmas” from card 1.