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Do It Upside Down

Well, first I want to thank all of you for all your votes for the Most Valuable Sacramento Blogger.  I don't know when we find out, but when I know, I'll be sure to bark VERY loud.  We've never done anything like this before so it's all new to us.  The prize is a $50 gift certificate to the Amazon.  I wonder how much it costs to send a dog crate there & if I have to buy Ann a ticket too.   I've already trained her how to walk, so I think I should include her.

More important than the prize was hearing from so many of you who wrote me personally to tell me you were voting.  I'm framing some of the emails & putting them inside my crate.

Today's card is a little reminder for us all.  It's made with the Falling Leaves stamp set with the colors in the Spice Cake Product Suite in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini Catalog.  Those squares are really rectangles stamped with the A sized acrylic block.  It's one of the cards they're doing at Stamp Clubs meeting in Sacramento & Yuba City.

ABlock

Why a reminder?  Because when Ann mounted that Happy Birthday greeting from the Perfect Punches stamp set, she put the label on upside down.  Now that shouldn't matter because usually you'll usually punch it out, but it's kind of like walking up an escalator when it's off.  It's just a little freaky.

So be careful when you're mounting out there!

It's a grrrrreat time to be the blog dog of a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

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4 Comments

  1. Good luck with the blog contest, Stamper. I voted for ya every day.

  2. I have to say that I love the home made Christmas cards. It adds that personal touch, I do think that especially with family and friends, we should all consider sending out something like this, something a little bit special.

  3. How did you get the hounds tooth Embossed piece to look 2 tones with the white & green?

    • Thanks for asking! I had Ann brayer color onto one side of the embossing folder before putting the Very Vanilla card stock in, Jeanette.

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