Well as I had mentioned before, I attended the Stampin' Up! convention last week. It was four days filled with samples and ideas to get me ready for the Fall and Winter seasons. This year marks my 5th as a SU! demonstrator and I walked across the stage in recognition of this exciting event. I can hardly wait for my 10 year walk!
My roommates were so much fun and they shared as much a love for Stampin' Up! as I do. Thank you girls for making my first convention such a memeorable one!
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Exciting News! From now through August 31st you can earn an extra $25 in hostess dollars when you host a workshop! I have some great fall and all occasion ideas I would love to share with you and your guests. No workshop is too small or too big. With the world moving at such a fast pace wouldn't it be nice to catch up with your friends and do something just for you? Take advantage of all you can gain from one workshop and book today!
Monday, July 26, 2010
Here are the swap cards I put together for the Stampin' Up! convention last week.
stamp set: Because I Care (hostess), Awash with flowers
paper: daffodil delight cardstock, crumb cake cs, real red cs, greenhouse gala dsp, and whisper white cs
ink: versamark, real red classic, early espresso classic, whisper white craft
accessories: daffodil delight 1/8" taffteta, perfect polka dots embossing folder, bitty buttons, white embossing powder ticket corner punch and itty bitty shapes punch pack
Looks like I am having technical difficulties uploading my second card. Look for it tomorrow, hopefully ;)
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