This was a fantastic weekend! It was my annual Star Stampers celebration. Star Stampers are those who have joined the fun of Stampin' Up! with me as either a hobby or a business demonstrator. We had a blast!
Each person was given a name tag, that they can use later as a Christmas Tree ornament (made using the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set and coordinating punch).
I made them each a small gift using the new treat tubes from the new 2017 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. They are perfect for holding M&Ms or Skittles.
Acrylic frames from the dollar store make for a great post it note holder when decorated up using Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper and a stamped imaged backed by some burlap ribbon. These spoke for me as I am thankful for each and every Star Stamper on my team!
Another acrylic frame decorated with Designer Series Paper and some punched daisies from the Stampin' Up! Daisy Delight stamp set and coordinating punch with some adhesive magnet sheets make for a great place to store small framelits we were using to make cards without losing them.
I was also excited to share with them samples of some of the awesome new products coming out in the 2017 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog!
I invite you to ask me about becoming a Star Stamper and joining my amazing team of Hobby and Business Demonstrators as we do what we love and share it with others! For a small $99 investment you get to chose $125 of Stampin' Up! product with FREE shipping! You will them enjoy a 20% discount on Stampin' Up! product thru the end of the next full quarter. I'd love to answer any and all questions you have about taking advantage of a great deal that has no pressure to sell or recruit others (unless you choose to share what you love with others).
We had much more fun as we enjoyed food, fellowship and stamping – and even a dip in the swimming pool! Be sure to come back and check out the blog to see what fun we had and the awesome cards we made!
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Ok here are the cards we made today. We used the Number of Years stamp set and the Birthday Bouquet Designer Series paper.
What do YOU think?
Note that the medallion does NOT have anything in it but everyone used the Big Shot to cut out numbers to put inside it. This is my card and as of this moment I don't know who will get it –hence no numbers!
I just love this one –what do YOU think????
This one and the next used the same format –simple and sweet.
Everyone made 2 of each design AND then we made a cute pocket to hold them.
It ties on the side with the ribbon. A very nice Mother's Day or gift for someone sweet!
Ok that's it!!
Now for tomorrow's class we 'll make these cards. This is the new stamp set commemorating the ONE MILLIONTH Paper Pumpkin kit !!
I absolutely love this card –the colors are Wisteria Wonder and Mint Macaron –love love love it!
I'm sure I'll have another card for tomorrow but right now I MUST go watch my dear Red Sox with my sweet husband — or at least until I fall asleep!
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