About Me

Hi Friends!

My name is Terry Duncan and I have been crafting for most of my life…sewing, crochet, cross stitch, paper crafts, and country crafts.  I love card making, scrapbooking, and other paper crafts and they are what I do the most right now.  I’m addicted to Stampin’ Up!

Initially, I joined Stampin’ Up! for the discount, but when all my friends began telling me that I should teach classes, I decided that’s what I would do!  I’ve been teaching classes since then and loved every minute of it.  I have met so many friends, both in person and online.  Stampin’ Up! is not just my job, it’s an adventure!  Everyday brings something new.


Have a wonderful day! Terry

7 Responses to About Me

  1. Sandra Johnstone says:


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  2. Helen Beardall says:

    I would love the pattern of the garden in a box cards. If you can send this to me I would appreciate it with all my heart. This card is so beautiful and it would be a very special card to make and send to those in my life.

    Thank you


  3. Lena Kiers says:

    Hi Terry; I had saved a technique from you last Feb. and now that I want to use it I’m not sure about the instructions. It’s the faux leather technique which you did in red. When you embossed the red did you use clear embossing powder in the lines or on the solid shapes. Could you please send me further instructions? Thank you for sharing so many ideas. Lena

    • Terry Sudduth Duncan says:

      Hi Lena,
      When doing the Faux Leather Technique, you dry emboss the card stock first. Then you only ink up the raised portion of the embossed card stock by gently patting the VersaMark over it. Last, you pour the clear embossing powder all over the card stock, shake off the excess, and heat emboss. I’m happy I could help! Let me know if you have anymore questions. Terry

  4. Paula Kysilka says:

    Hi Terry,

    Can you send me an email and let me know if you are having classes at Hobby Lobby in NPR. I live in the area and very hard to find stampers. I enjoy learning, (hands on) and have no place other than you tube and different sites to watch. I am familiar with Stampin Up and I started my card making passion back in the 90’s with their line.

    • Terry Sudduth Duncan says:

      Hi Paula,
      Yes, I do have classes at Hobby Lobby in NPR. I would love to have you join us! I’ll be having classes in September on the 9th, 12th, 19th, 23rd, and 26th. They start at 11:00 and usually run around 3 hours depending on how quickly the ladies get their cards finished. The classes are usually $15. We make 4 cards with envelopes and I supply everything, except the adhesives. You will have to bring your own glue, tape runners, glue dots, or whatever you like to use. I will supply them for the first class. It is around lunch, so some of the ladies will bring a lunch or snack. It is a really fun bunch of ladies! Please call me (727) 698-7509 or email me at terry@classycutupscreations.com if you have any questions or would like to reserve a spot for class.

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