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It’s Kick Off Time!

Last night was exciting!  First, let me put two paws up to welcome Cindy from Grants Pass, OR, our newest 24/7 Stamper!  She's a real firecracker & knew immediately that being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator on our team of 24/7 Stampers was going to be a great addition to her life.  I can't wait to watch her fly!

And there's room for you on our team too!

Here's May!Later, the stamp club stampers were here making their Perpetual Birthday Calendars.  I heard some very interesting words that I hadn't heard before.  Mmmmm.

These birthday calendars are great & here are some tips! 

  • Make copies & do it on a scrap first when you're planning.
  • Don't stamp too close to the top edge by the plastic binding.
  • If you mess up, punch & layer.  But you don't want to embellish it like a card or it won't hang right.  Just embellish to cover.

I don't know why Ann has to get Melon Mambo out every time she play with that Tea Shoppe stamp set!  It's the perfect set for you ladies who lunch!

We're working on videos today.  EVERYONE was enamored with the Framelets, Edgelets & that Large Paper Doily Sizzlit Die so Ann got them out so that they could see how they worked.  Next meeting, they'll get to play with them!

We're right around the corner from giving away another $100 gift certificate from the Barking Board!  Make sure you're on the board!

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Send me a little bark today

It gRRRRROCKS when you join our team!

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

We read & appreciate your comments! They make great bedtime stories for Ann to read to me!

One Comment

  1. Ann,

    I’ve found that you can use some painters masking tape on the edges of your dies to keep them from shifting when you cut.

    Just an FYI…….

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