Today I have a few swaps to share with you. Every other month I attend our PAWS meeting. It's a group of demos that meet at Monika Davis' house to share business tips, techniques, and swaps. We always have a great time and I like that I come home with new things to share with my customers. If you are a part of my downline you are invited to come to both these meetings and my downline meetings. That's what I love about being a Stampin' Up! demo...lots of support!
These are just a few of the swaps. Hope to share the rest on another day.
This first card (Monika Davis) is a a fun Halloween Card using the Googly Ghouls Stamp Set in the new Holiday Mini Catalog. I love our Googlies (eyes) as they are so easy to apply with the adhesive backing. Love the new black and gray Stripped Satin Ribbon.
We hardly recognized LaRee's card this month. She loves purple and there's none of her signature purple on this card. :) She used the Papillon Potpourri Stamp Set with all the beautiful butterflies. And... one of the gorgeous Delicate Designs Embossing Folders.
Anne's card is beautiful! She used the Postage Due Stamp Set. I have now seen three projects that makes me want to purchase this stamp set even though it wasn't on my original wish list. You all know how that goes. lol
Fran's Christmas card is all pretty and glittery. :) She used the Ornament Keepsakes Stamp Set which is a must have set for me. Don't forget to consider the bundle with this set. It has Framelit Dies that match all the shapes of ornaments. When you buy the bundle you save $$ plus you can make that gorgeous ornament on the front cover of the Holiday Mini for all your special friends and family.
This last card was made by, Kim Smith, one of my club members. She used the very colorful Summer Smooches Designer Series Paper. I love how she just went with the colors. My inclination was to try to tone this paper down but I love the happy feel of this card. It makes you want to smile!
I always encourage all my customers to bring cards and projects that they make at home to class with them to share with the group. I think sharing is what Stampin' Up! is all about. Plus I think it's fun for those that don't have a blog to see their cards on the web. If you are in my local area and would like to join a great group of gals having fun with paper crafting then check out my events or contact me to find out more.
Have a wonderful rest of your day. Stop back often.