TGIF Guest Star- Back to School (Video Tutorial) #tgifc17

Hello everyone! I am excited for today’s post because I was asked to be a
 Guest Designer at TGIF Challenge (#tgifc17) this week! Have you checked them out? The design team is mostly former Stampin’ Up Artisans, so their stuff is stellar every, single, week!! 
Thanks Mercedes for inviting me to play along! 

The challenge this week is right up my alley! SCHOOL DAYS! 

I saw a card somewhere on Pinterest with a clipboard on it and I’ve been wanting to make one. So this was my the perfect opportunity.

I knew you’d all want to see exactly how to make this, so I made you a video too. 

Direct Video Link:
Card Base: 5 1/2″ X 8 1/2′
DSP: 4″ X 5 1/4″
Clipboard 4″X3″
Metal clip: 2″ wide, trim to right under the punched part
White Paper: 2 1/4″ X 3″

Supplies I used:

Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog

Make sure you hop over to the TGIF Challenge Blog and check out the other designers!
Hope you can play along with us! 

Don’t forget- Today is the LAST DAY 
for the Happy Times  Class To Go!!

Happy Times Class To Go
 featuring the PLxSU Happy Times Card and Accessory Collection
$45 plus $6 shipping
RSVP deadline August 21st
The class fee includes your own brand new box of Happy Times Cards (100) as well as the Happy Times Accessory Collection and your own bolt of Very Vanilla Thick Bakers Twine. You will also get the supplies to make five greetings cards (including envelopes), two Gift Tag Pockets and a sweet little Mini Album!

The stamp set used, Happy Happenings is NOT included. You can substitute sentiments you already have, or add on the stamp set for an additional $22. This price includes all shipping and tax. 
You will need to provide your own ink and adhesive. Everything else needed will be included!
Purchase PDF by itself here. 
Check out the video for more details!
Check out my class calendar here! 

4 thoughts on “TGIF Guest Star- Back to School (Video Tutorial) #tgifc17”

  1. Girl, you amaze me! I swear I think we must think alike, I bought some little clip board clips this past weekend just because I thought I might could make something with them. Now I know what I am going to make!

  2. Super cute! I would have loved to receive this card when I was a teacher. Saving this for later, when my kids are in school…

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