Wednesday, November 21, 2012

November 22

Happy Thanksgiving!!

I'm so thankful for each and everyone of you, so I've prepared a special post.
I hope you're ready for 
 my fun announcement about how we'll be doing Black Friday 
here at CAS-ual Fridays Stamps,
and an awesome tutorial from Girl Friday Dana!!

Let's talk about Black Friday, shall we?
If you saw yesterday's post, you know I'm not a fan of Black Friday.
I have come up with a plan that allows me to still bask in the happiness of feeling thankful,
and gives you all the chance at a wonderful deal,
without leaving out anyone who's shopped in the past few days,
and I can conquer Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday all at once!
All orders placed from the time of our November release though Cyber Monday,
(that's November 16th through November 26th)
will receive a special free shipping code to be used on your next order.
just to add a little more fun...
each of those orders will be entered in a special random drawing to receive the entire January release for free!!

Well that sounds like fun!
But before you run off to the store, 
do you remember this uber awesome card from Girl Friday Dana using Countdown?

I received so many awesome comments on this card, so I asked her if she might be willing to do a tutorial.
It took her about 7 seconds to reply YES, and within an hour she had emailed this super cool tutorial.
'Cuz she's awesome like that *wink*

Without further ado, Dana's Champagne Bottle Tutorial!

How fun, right?!
I can't wait to try it myself.

But first I have a turkey to cook :)
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!


Hussena said...

Wow this is such an Awesome card and tutorial...Thank you so much for sharing :)

Kelly said...

Great tutorial!

maria f. said...

Happy Thanksgiving! BTW, my pink package... (from Amuse) arrived in Germany yesterday. Happy dance!

Mary Pat Siehl said...

That is soooooooooo awesome- love that tutorial!

Carol L said...

This is such a cool idea and a fabulous tutorial! TFS and I hope your Thanksgiving was amazing!

Kelly Griglione said...

Thanks for the tutorial ... great tip to use a small design stamp to fill in the holes. Of course, it makes so much sense now!