I am SUPER excited to share with you the projects that we are going to be creating in January’s Stamp Club!

I know you’re curious what that funky looking picture is at the top. Well, while digging around looking for ideas on how I could teach you all how to tie bows (I know how much you struggle with it) I saw the same type of tool show up over and over again. Since my husband, Rich, enjoys doing woodworking projects, I sent him to Lowes for wood and here is his very simple version of the Bow Tying Tool. I know, it isn’t anything fancy BUT it does the job perfectly! This tool is SUPER easy to use and you are going to just LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

Many of you have asked me if I will be selling these. The answer is no. Sorry. The Bow Tying Tool is just one of the many perks of being a stamp club member. 🙂 And to be honest, I have no idea if this idea is patented nor do I have the time to dig around the internet and find out. I just wanted to be able to offer this to my Stamp Club girls for free.

So, what do you think of the project we are going to create with the bow tying tool??? Cool, eh? I love this pocket desk calendar and who doesn’t need a calendar in January! This calendar actually has 16 months in the pocket on the back. Very awesome!

I am really looking forward to January Stamp Club and I hope you are too! Not a member but want to be? Email me and I would be happy to share with you how YOU can join us each month for Simply Simple Stamping! [email protected]


Monday, January 9th – 4pm to 7pm – come and go
Tuesday, January 10th – 10:30am
Thursday, January 12th –
4pm to 7pm – come and go
Saturday, January 14th – 10:30am – RSVP ONLY

Supply Fee – $3.50

NEW DETAILS: I have received so many requests about starting a Virtual Stamp Club that I am now going to offer the tutorials for my stamp clubs to anyone who places a $15 order through my online store. www.connie.stampinup.net. After you place your order, email me with the monthly tutorial of your choice. This month’s projects will include the pdf for the calendar and complete instructions with diagrams.

If you are a Stampin‘ Up demonstrator, please contact me at [email protected] on how you can receive this tutorial.

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