Kylie Bertucci’s Demo Training Blog Hop – August Customer Cards

It’s blog hop time with Kylie and Bruno and their Demonstrator Training Group! Each month demonstrators around the world participating in the Bertucci’s training program come together to share their customer cards for the month. This month’s cards are fun and festive — take a look! Also be sure to visit the Roll Call below to keep “hopping” along to see what my fellow Demonstrators have made this month!

August is a celebratory month for me. First, it is my birthday month (tomorrow is the day!) and it is also my anniversary month with Stampin’ Up!. This year, I am celebrating 20 years being a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

There is a lot to celebrate this month, and today I’m celebrating my customers…because without them, there is no way I would still be a Demonstrator all this time. I’m running a special all this month to thank my customers — if you order $50 or more, you’ll receive a brand-new pack of gems, as well as a small special surprise from me that you can use to dress up your envelopes. How fun!

Let’s take a closer look at the customer card:

For this card, I used Patchwork Pieces Dies, paired with the Radiating Stitches Dies. The Patchwork Pieces die has a little learning curve, but I think I’ve got it now. For the sentiment, I’m using two sentiments from the Circle Sayings stamp set, and of course the 2 3/8″ circle punch that is part of that bundle. All supplies used are listed below for a one-stop click to shop.

Love these cards — and can’t wait to thank my customers!

Happy stamping! Kelly

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Published by Kelly@TLNS

I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator who loves to stamp and loves to spread joy through my craft. All of my projects are handmade with love, and fueled by coffee. Come stamp with me!

6 thoughts on “Kylie Bertucci’s Demo Training Blog Hop – August Customer Cards

  1. Happy Birthday and Happy 20th Stampaversary! Pretty cards that fit the celebrating! Congrats!

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