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Guest Designer at Create with Connie and Mary Holiday Collection - A Double Pocket Gift Card Holder for Preview Week

October is in full swing and that means the launch of the Holiday Collection at Create with Connie and Mary.  I'm happy to announce that I'll be joining them as a Guest Designer for this round and today marks the start of PREVIEW WEEK (October 5th -11th).  That means there will be lots of preview projects, blog candy, a chance to meet the Guest Designers and an opportunity to sign up for the Early Bird Special.

http://www.createwithconnieandmary.com

 Here's some more of what's in store -

• Holiday Collection 2014 runs October 11 - November 8
• Features Christmas and Winter Holiday Catalogue Products
• 24 EXCLUSIVE 3D project ideas
• Step-by-step downloadable PHOTO tutorials
• Only available to subscribers!
• The Holiday website will be available for up to a YEAR after the session is over!
• Demonstrators & Customers welcome!

Create with Connie and Mary
Holiday Collection 2014

Early Bird Special
Only $24.95 USsave $5 off the
regular $29.95 price!
 
I'm looking forward to having access to an amazing array of Christmas project ideas and playing with some new stamps and accessories over the holiday season.  Why don't you join me and subscribe today!

For preview week I have a little note card to share with you that I made using the new Gift Card Envelope and Trims Thinlits Dies -

A Double Pocket Gift Card Holder

Inside View


 Instructions -



Add embellishments and ribbon attachment to the front of the card and gift card closures to the inside envelopes.  Pop in two gift cards for that special someone.  Ta dah!  So simple.


  

Comments

Connie Babbert said…
This is SO fabulous! I love this idea using the Gift Card envelopes! We are so happy you are joining us for this session of Create with Connie and Mary!
Sheri K said…
What a great idea! I love the way you decorated the front too. TFS
Yvonne said…
Bronwyn, your project is amazing, I am really looking forward to seeing what else you design for us.
Debbie Flattum said…
This is a great idea! It's also in my fav Christmas colors!! Looking forward to seeing your creations.
Bronwyn, you always amaze me! This is a fabulous idea and it is so perfect for any holiday! So excited to be on the team with you! XX

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