Monday, May 2, 2016

Sweet Stampede Sale A Bration and Giant Flower Tutorial

On Friday night, I had a wonderful event at my house. It was our Sweet Stampede Sale A Bration! I had challenged my team with some recruiting and sales challenges at the beginning got Sale A Bration and each of them who reached their goals were invited over for a fun night of crafting. 


When they arrived, they each a special gift bag waiting for them. 


Inside their bag wwere two packages of cardstock (in colors they had chosen), a silicon mat and a Bone Folder with their name on it! 

I also made these cute flower tags in their cardstock color choices to attach to their bags. I cut their names on my Silhouette and attitude it with the fine too glue pen to the front of the bag. 

We also had a Nacho Bar!

And some Sangria! Yum!

Once we had eaten, we got to crafting'! I showed them how to make these beautiful Giant paper Flowers. They all looked so different!



  We had so much fun! I am so grateflu for my team's hardwork and dedication. All of my long distance downline who earned this reward will be getting their goodies this week in the mail!

Many of you have seen these flowers on my wall behind me when I make videos. Ive tried to keep it quiet until this event because I wanted my downline to be surprised!! 

When I posted about this on Facebook, everyone was asking "How did you make them!" So, I made a quick video this morning! 

Direct Link: https://youtu.be/DMVExhYHgys
Here is how I attached them to the wreath. 

In case you are looking for the supplies mentioned, here are the links:





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8 comments:

  1. Amazing! Lucky girls!!! :) Beautiful project!

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  2. Erica!!! I LOVE these!! Thank you SO much for the tutorial. I've had a friend asking me about these giant flowers, and I just kept saying no, they are too hard to make. But oh my goodness! They are easy! Thank you again, I can't wait to make my own!

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  3. Awesome project! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Thank you for the video and template! Can't wait to get started making some!

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  5. WOW! Great inspiration, thanks for sharing =)
    Many greetings from germany, mona*

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  6. I love these flowers. I had made something similar years ago with a heart shape! Thank you so much for sharing, the are beautiful!

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  7. I LOVE these flowers and THANK YOU so much for the tutorial!! I wish I lived in San Antonio to be part of your downline! Happy Mother's Day! Maria

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  8. How did you make the flower that was attached to each gift bag ? I love this entire post !!! Thank you for sharing.

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