Sunday, October 18, 2009

Another 30 Second Card {in 5 Minutes}

If you are a fan on Facebook, you've already seen this video. But, if you aren't a fan (yet!), here's the next episode: {Oh, Yes, I now know I folded my card incorrectly when using the Scor-Pal....} {grin}

Stephanie races the clock again in an attempt to finish a project in thirty seconds. How do you think she will do this time? There is a great idea here so be sure to watch! Many more examples of the Thanks2Fall set being used can be found at Let us know what you think, we love your comments.

Another tidbit...just a hint about the November 1st has 32 stamps! :)

Lastly, I want to thank my wonderful Club Members. We set a goal on Club Memberships for the month of October, and we met our goal on Oct. 16th! WOW!!!! I love you all so much! Thanks for making my dream come true!!!!

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Laura said...

the video totally made me giggle! i love it stephanie!! :)

Hi I am Christy said...

OMG! This video is eactly the way to start a rainy Monday. Love the card!!

Karen and Kyle said...

I've never used beads on a card. Cute!

Shari said...

Stephanie, you crack me up! Love the card and I just have to start doing these in 5 minutes - they turn out GREAT :0)

Dayami said...

Loved the video! and yes, you did it! So happy you are back doing your videos.
Dont forget to make one showing your scraproom.
Dayami :)

Olena said...

OMG! Loved the video!! Nice job, Stephanie! ~Olena~

Anonymous said...

You are just too cute. I love the addition of the beads. What a super idea. I have tons, but probably haven't used them in years! Keep up the great videos!
Love ya...Patty

Vickie Lee said...

Stephanie, I just love you! You brighten my day!! Can't believe how you dumped those beads and what a great idea!!

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