Linda Tolson Yarbrough Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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Monthly Archives: May 2019
Greetings my stamping friends. I continue to work on new projects and trying to make time to drop more items off over at my booth at the High Street Antique Mall. Let’s just say my car is very full at … Continue reading
Greetings my stamping friends. I am sharing with you another one of the projects I intend to put in my booth (#137) at High Street Antique Market in Plano, Texas. For this project I used the coordinating dies from the … Continue reading
Greetings my stamping friends. While I said I would not share any of the other new products from the upcoming Annual Catalog with you, I thought I would at least share with you an additional project I am working on … Continue reading
Care about someone? Why not tell them? Paper Pumpkin and Stampin’ Up! are all about sharing kindness through creativity. And as dedicated as we are to making a difference with our papercrafting, sometimes we just don’t have a card on … Continue reading
Yes, it has been a while since I have shared any projects with you all, and for that I sincerely apologize. I decided to take off on another adventure that will slowly incorporate my completed paper crafts — I opened … Continue reading