INK Demos & Stamped with Joy Swaps

#sanantonioonstage2019 has wrapped but the fun still lingers in the air as I unpack my stash of swaps and haul of products we received as part of our registration bag, Prize Patrol, all Attendee Give Aways and Make & Take dispersement (once we were done we split up the supplies, including stamp sets, punches and inks used for each project)!

As I previously mentioned it took me what seemed like forever to complete my 26 cards for our organized group swap, but that was alright with me because this group of ladies are very talented and worth the time. Well, to prove my point, here are the cards I received in return:

I am so lucky to be part of this group of talented stampers!

If you would like the “recipe” for any of these card projects, just ask and I will research what was used and get back to you ASAP.

I also received a couple of gifts from my uplines, Amy Storrie and Leslie Bumgarner:

This was filled with two full packages of Stampin’ dimensionals – something I always need.

This was a tiny tin bucket with real flower seeds which I can water and grow. It’s only about 2″ tall and is super cute. Amy used one of the new stamp set bundles that she demonstrated at #sanantonioonstage2019 last Saturday – Bloom & Grow.

Also a special shout out to Amy Storrie who was recognized for hitting her $500,000 Lifetime Sales goal!

Can you believe we squeezed all that fun into one day? Whew!

I have my iGA infusion tomorrow so I may be quite for a day or so but I will try to post news updates to my blog since there has been a lot of new information flooding in these past few weeks.

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.


P.S. The mailing selector for the new catalog closes April 30. If you would like a new Annual Catalog from me, leave me a comment so I will be sure to include you.

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