How about some
Someone told me some information about blogging the other day that I didn't know. And it was a very valuable life lesson too... After receiving that little blogging lesson from that person the other day, I thought.... hmmmm.... maybe I'll try that.
So, how about some
I had posted on the Social Media class posting, asking if there were any techniques that anyone was interested in learning - so that I could add to my video library on YouTube.
Remember the Giftables class I offered in December? (You'll want to scroll to the bottom of the classes link to see the pictures.)
Well, I made a couple extras of the bag! (They made GREAT Christmas gifts!)
If you leave me a comment between now and Monday, January 21st, 2013, I'll place your name into a drawing to receive the rag-bag from this class. (Limited to U.S. addresses only)
|Rag Bag from December Giftables Class|
I'll post your name on Tuesday, January 22nd. You'll need to send me your snail mail address so I can send this to you.
I have several of these bags in different sizes. I use them for my knitting, to take my lunch back and forth to my "regular" job, and I even carry catalogs around in them!
Using the Scallop Square Clear Die, I made numerous bags a couple of years ago as Christmas gifts for my downline. That posting was here. And yes, those bags were made before we sold fabric.
After I show the bag, many people ask me - where'd you get that die? You'd be surprised how hidden it seems to be in the catalog. It is a Stampin'Up! EXCLUSIVE - you can only get it from Stampin'Up! And with Sale-a-Bration beginning on Tuesday, January 22nd - well - NOW is a GREAT time to order yours!
Did you notice the fabric on the bag that I'm giving away? The Deck the Halls fabric is available for 99 CENTS! Keep in mind - it is on the Clearance Rack, so once it is gone, it is gone! (They started with FOUR Clearance Fabrics and there are only TWO designs left - DON'T DELAY!)
And the quality of the fabric is wonderful. During the Giftables class in December, Charlene our resident quilter attended the class and she liked the fabric. I consider her to be an expert in fabric! (smile)
For those of you who don't know... I am not a seamstress. The only way I know how to make these bags is because my friend and former downline member Geneva helped me just about every step of the way when I made them a few years ago!
So, please - choose one of my postings and leave me a comment! (**NOTE: Comments are moderated, so it may take a bit for it to show up on the blog.)