October 17, 2017

Quilted Christmas Tutorial Now Available!


A new tutorial is now ready for you to purchase! I used our Christmas Quilt Bundle to create these four beautiful cards and you can too! My PayPal link is listed at the bottom of my post

Purchase the Christmas Quilt Bundled stamp set & dies through my Online Store and I'll send you the tutorial for FREE! Here are all of the products in this Suite of Stampin' Up! products:
Click here to purchase my Quilted Christmas Tutorial, I will send it to you by email within 24 hours:




Quilted Christmas Tutorial



EDIT: For those of you having issues with PayPal, you can also click on this link to pay:
https://www.paypal.me/debbiesdesigns/5
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I also wanted to re-list this great tutorial I sold last year. It was SO POPULAR and in case you missed it or are new to Stampin' Up!, you may be interested in my 12 Days Of Christmas Swirly's using the Swirly's Scribbles Dies and Swirly Bird stamp set:





12 Days Of Christmas Swirlys 15 Page Tutorial


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2 comments:

  1. Oh my gawd! I need this. The quilt bundle is my "$70 Christmas card." I made a card with it at a workshop and decided I needed everything to make more of that card and $70 later I was ready. I should probably get more use out of it than that one card.

    As for last year's tutorial.... I had that out to play with recently too (but didn't get that far).

    I forgot to tell you that I went to an open studio recently by a SU demo. You could just play or you could make cards she had on hand. One of them several folks wanted to make. Someone asked her how she came up with the idea. She said she didn't but got the template off someone's website. I knew who that someone was.... it was you! And in fact, she later said we could check out Debbie Henderson's blog as there were always cool ideas.

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