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My Downline Gift

June 5, 2013

009One of the great things about going to a Stampin’ Up! Convention is giving a gift to your room mates or your downline.  I was lucky enough to attend Convention with one of my downline, the very talented Shirley McAvoy.  I’ve already shared with you the gorgeous bag of goodies that Shirley gave to me.   I was really stumped about what sort of gift to get her when I saw a fabulous notebook holder on the Stamp Academy website.  You already know that I am a member of this site and that I have organised to be an affiliate so that you can do these classes online at any time of the day or night that suits you.  The tutorial for this great little project also happens to be one that you can access on the Free Video link.  This gives you an idea of the quality of the projects before you decided to sign up for classes.   I used the gorgeous This and That Designer Series Paper which will be in the new Stampin’ Up! catalogue and is actually available to you at the moment.008

The notebook holder is held closed by concealing the magnets in the front covers, so that it snaps shut.  You also have several pockets to collect business cards or other little notes and it will keep your pen handy too.

You can click on the link in my sidebar to take you to the information page about this great site.  To see the tutorial for the Magnetic Notepad, just click on the Free Videos button and take a look.  Not only do you get the video but a great PDF to download too.  You can join specific sessions or take the Gold Membership and get the whole lot.

I’d love to hear what you think of this really cute little project.

Bye for now, Kris.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Lynda S permalink
    June 9, 2013 6:31 pm

    Love this Kris…..altho I am having trouble sourcing thicker 3 x 5 inch notepads. Great gift idea. ooxx


  2. June 14, 2013 9:13 am

    Shirley would have loved this Kris & would have been very handy.


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