Tulip Fields Class

Hello stampers and happy Friday to you. I have finally finished the cards for my Tulip Fields class and I hope that you love them as much as I do. By popular demand, I will also be writing a pdf tutorial that includes the class cards and more! My blog post will be short today as I am having an “oma day”.


Tulip Fields Cards


I chose the Tulip Fields bundle to include with this class because it has the amazing windmill dies with it. We will also be using the Flowering Tulips stamp set for the sentiments. Here is a photo of most of my cards. I will let you know which ones are included in the class. They will ALL be featured in my weekly Parcels in the Post videos so you could also choose that option. Get the Parcels in the Post and order your bundles and stamps online if you are not comfortable attending a class.


Tulip Fields Class cards


For the class we will be making the top four cards and the bottom left card. That card was a gift to me from my friend Pat Skirtschak. The other cards will be featured in the pdf tutorial so you can easily make them at home. If you prefer to pay for this class with PayPal, then check out the blog here which has the PayPal button. Deadline to sign up for this class is coming up soon, February 20.


Starter Kit Deal


I fully realize that I may sound like a broken record, but the song is a good one!!! The most bang for your buck is always the starter kit. During saleabration it is an even better deal. How does it work? You choose $165 of product. You pay only $135. Then you get to pick out two bonus stamp sets as well. After you get the starter kit you can order more products with a 20% discount. Stampin’Up! hopes that you continue to do that. If you choose not to, that is perfectly ok. No penalties, no problem.


Social Insurance Number:  Why?


You WILL get asked to give your social insurance number when you sign up. The reason for this is two fold. It proves who you are. If you do turn it into a small business and get orders they may need to send you a T4 slip for tax purposes. For most people this is the biggest hurdle to getting the deal on the starter kit. Message me if you have more questions.

You know that I would LOVE to have YOU on my team and that it will be an amazing place to be. Here is the link.


YouTube Tutorials


You can follow me on YouTube for video tutorials on these great cards. It’s all free and they happen each Tuesday at 10am EST. Click on the red “Subscribe” button on the bottom right hand side of the video and you won’t miss any more videos.  I have a playlist called Parcels in the Post and that’s where they are. Just click here.

I hope you have a super day and thanks for stopping by today.

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Romantic Windmills

Hello stampers and happy Friday to you. Yesterday I had some fun with romantic windmills! Honestly, to see a windmill at the backdrop of flowering fields is truly magical!! That is why I was SO happy to see the Flowering Fields suite in the new January to June mini catalog. I really hope that YOU can come to my Day Away with Jackie class on March 4 featuring this suite. Of course there will be an online option as well. Let’s take a look at what I have made and what you will also be able to make with me at this fun class.


Romantic Windmill Cards


A slimline card is perfect for showcasing the beautiful Flowering Fields paper. Did you know that we now have incredible slimline envelopes available in the catalog? Check them out on page 53 of the mini catalog.


Slimline Flowering Fields card with windmill.


I made another slimline card using the Ornate Layers dies and a gold spatter technique that I am still perfecting. Which windmill do you like better? The tone on tone white one or the one above?


Gold Spatter technique windmill card.


Stamped Flowering Fields with Romantic Windmills


If you look at the Tulip Fields stamp set you will see some wedge shaped stamps that can seem a little intimidating at first. I started with some scrap pieces of white and just played with some colour combinations and patterns. After that it made sense and I was able to make this card. Rather than stamping the sky I chose to use the beautiful paper instead. Wow!!!


Stamped Flowering Fields card with windmill and tree.


Day Away With Jackie Class in March


On the first Saturday in March we will be making five cards using the Flowering Fields suite. Cost is $100 but you get the Tulip Fields bundle as well as Brushed Brass Butterflies, a 6×6 assortment of Flowering Fields paper and two yards of windowpane check ribbon. Check out this blog post to see one of the other cards that we will be making. That post also has the PayPal button so you can register for this class easily!

Stay tuned for more fun Flowering Fields cards, maybe more of them will also have romantic windmills. If you want to see some of my photos from the real tulip fields, check out this post.


Flying Home Next Week


On Tuesday I fly home again and of course I am super excited to see all the grandkids, my kids, parents and siblings. After that I get to see some of YOU!! On Saturday February 5 I am hosting a Day Away With Jackie class featuring the In The Moment stamp set. How I love this set too and the cards in my class are fabulous if I do say so myself. They also seem to have the “Dutch touch”. If you cannot come to that class you CAN enjoy the pdf tutorial. I am also going to make videos of these cards for those who cannot attend. In order to access the videos you must place an online order with me for the stamps sets used for the cards.




Thanks so much for stopping by today, I appreciate “seeing” you. How can I do that? Well, vaguely to be honest. In my “back office” on the blog I can see how many people have stopped by and from where they have come. The best way for me to know that you have been here is when you leave a comment. Trust me, that makes me super happy!! I hope you have a wonderful day. Here in the Netherlands we are having a rare sunny day, so my heart is light! Hugs from Holland.


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