I am excited to share the next tutorial from the SALE-A-BRATE DESIGN TEAM! Today I will be sharing the PARTY PANDA POUCH. This project is SO cute and it would make a really great gift to share with a co-worker or friend. Would wouldn’t love it? The Party Pandas are our most popular Sale-a-Bration item this year.
You may notice the cute cards & envelopes and Sale-a-Bration made that easy too! They are from the Tutti-Fruiti Cards & Envelopes collection. You get 16 in the pack and it’s FREE with a $50 order during Sale-a-Bration! (Click here to download the Sale-a-Bration catalog)
You can still create this project even if you don’t have the cards and envelopes! Just stamp your backgrounds or use Designer Series Paper instead. Want to use something other than the Pandas? Go for it! Have fun creating! The card pouch!
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Had a GREAT night at the theatre last night. We had tickets to see “School of Rock”. You may be familiar with the movie starring Jack Black (that guy is hilarious!) Well, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber turned it into a rock musical. Yes, Andrew Lloyd Webber. The genius who created “Phantom of the Opera” and “Cats” wrote this fabulous musical.
The quick synopsis is Dewey is a mediocre musician who needs rent money so he hijacks a substitute teaching job at a prep school. He finds that the kids have a lot of musical talent and teaches them how to ROCK, much to the demise of their parents. Dewey is eventually busted as a imposter but the kids have since fallen in love with him and all he has taught them and like all good musicals, everything works out in the end.
All the kids in this show play their own instruments on stage and WOW was that impressive! These kids are, like, 10 years old!! I could barely tie my shoes much less rock out on drums or keyboard when I was 10! They were really talented and it just warms my heart to see kids on stage.
Speaking of the stage…. I am going to throw myself into the audition pit this weekend. Auditions for “Oklahoma” are on Sunday so I thought I would give Aunt Eller a shot. She’s the only role I’m right for…. unless I could pull off Laurie? Yeah, right! Like I could pass for 20! lol I think I will leave that audition up to Christina. I’ll keep you posted!
Well, my stamping friends, that’s it for me today! Did you enjoy today’s project? I hope you will give this one a try and plan on making a few of them. Remember, you don’t have to have the Tutti-Fruiti cards. Just create your own!
Have a fantastic Thursday! See you tomorrow for Creative Juice!
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