Linda Tolson Yarbrough Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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Tag Archives: Share What You Love
I actually made a few cards during the past few weeks that I never got around to posting on my blog. I am still in love with the Share What You Love designer series paper which is available for purchase … Continue reading →
I have been wanting to make a Mother’s Day card using the products from the Share What You Love Suite but was hesitant to do so because there was not a stamp with that sentiment. But then again Stampin’ Up! … Continue reading →
Guess what Stampin’ Up! products I used for today’s card project? The Share What You Love Suite of course! I have seen so many samples of cards made using these products I do not know if this layout was inspired … Continue reading →
I can’t stop creating cards with the Share What You Love Suite! I finally finished the Make & Take from #OnStage2018 in Fort Worth in April after I was able to sweet talk my husband to bring me some more … Continue reading →
Just Getting Started Bundle A Little More, Please Bundle Gotta Have It All Bundle The Share What You Love Suite early release for customers is in full swing and the projects I have seen on social media are simply amazing! … Continue reading →
Stampin’ Up! created the perfect bundles for every crafter as a tribute to all of the wonderful people who have made—and continue to make—their company the hub for creativity and human connection it is today. Take a look at these … Continue reading →