I love to stamp, and I have a supportive husband and two sweet daughters (5 and 9). I've been a Stampin' Up! demonstrator since July 2006, and what "addicted" me to stamping was my love for Stamping Challenges. My favorite Stampin' Up! event is having technique class on the first Thursday of each month, and I have a Stamp A Stack, scrapbooking class or Stamp Camp typically quarterly. New Stampers might enjoy Quick Class, my 4 for $5 class each month usually held on the third Thursday. I'd be happy to do a workshop for you and your friends as well!
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This post is just to prove this card really is a gatefold. Usually it is very obvious, because of matching bisected layers on each side of the opening, that the opening is in the middle of a gatefold card. This time I made it appear to be a regular card on the front by just layering as usual and attaching the layer only to the left side. As you can see, the back (large polka dot) of the designer series paper and the ribbon do show, but I think it is sort of pretty. I finished the inside of the card as well for an added bit of cuteness.