It’s in the Bag.. Wowza Wednesday #17

Every other month we (as in Stampin’ UP! Demonstrators) get this cool magazine in the mail called Stampin’ Success.  I LOVE my Stampin’ Success.  Basically it’s a little idea book.  Filled with charming samples of our beautiful products.  All made by our super hero concept artists.  I call them super hero’s because they must possess a special power to be able to create the stuff they come up with.  Just think they have no Pinterest to go look at or other people to CASE from.  They have to come up with goodies from scratch.  WOWZA!

This little diddy is my FAVORITE sample in the Stampin’ Success.  I would love to know which concept artist created it so I could give due credit.

Here is a video to show you how I put this one together.  It’s a long video, because I wanted to make sure that you knew exactly how to do this.  You can also get the free PDF Template HERE (FYI PDF IS UNAVAILABLE BECAUSE Stampin’ UP! created it and will not allow me to publish it.  Sorry).  And the printable tutorial HERE.  My New Years Eve gift to you.

You can get the cool Bag Framelits starting January 6th.  It’s found in the 2015 Stampin’ UP! Occasions Catalog.  Also SALE A BRATION will start the same day.  YAY!  That means you can get a FREE item with every $50 in product you purchase.

Don’t forget you can get FREE Exclusive Tutorials from me HERE.  These tutorials are not found anywhere else on my blog. 

Here is the product list of the items I used.  This does not include product from the 2015 Occasions Catalog because you cannot purchase it until January 6th.

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  1. Wendy says

    Love this and love the unedited video the best. I like to see the demonstrators make some of the silly mistakes that I too make. Makes the whole video that much more enjoyable. Love this color combo. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Anonymous says

    Love this little bag! It’s just too cute! and so easy! Thank you for sharing the ideas and videos with us.
    Arlene L.

  3. Jeanie says

    I love that you don’t edit out your mistakes, Wendy! No disrespect to those who post perfectly edited how-to videos, but the point of a how-to video is to show me HOW TO DO SOMETHING — not skip over the potential errors and have something already prepared and ready to assemble. Plus, it’s comforting and encouraging to see that everyone makes mistakes, but that there’s always a way to cover it up or just go with it. So thank you, Wendy, for your candidness and enthusiasm — it’s so refreshing. Happy New Year!

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