Don't know? I am going to Salt Lake City Utah! I am joining 1000's of other SU demonstrators at SU's annual convention. Stampin Up is celebrating 20 years this year, and I am marking my 5th year with Stampin Up as well!
What do we do at convention? We CARD SWAP, We SCRAPBOOK PAGE SWAP, We 3D SWAP, We goto the SCS dinner, We goto the 80's party, We goto the Pizza Party, We meet new friends, We hang out with old friends from all over the US and Canada, We see lots and lots of samples, We get FREE PRODUCTS!, We get PRIZES from the PRIZE PATROL! We goto some business classes, We listen to inspirational stories, We goto the awards ceremony, and WE STAMP!
What do you do in July?
When I get back I will share lots and lots of photos with you!
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Take a look at the retired Stamp Sets for 2008. Once August 1st comes you will no longer be able to get these stamp sets. If you would like to place an order email me at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. I will be taking orders up until July 26th.
I do! Take a look at these new buttons we are going to be getting! Button Bouquet that will appear in the Fall-Winter 2008 Idea Book & Catalog. As shown in the picture, the catalog assortment includes buttons in Baja Breeze, Kiwi Kiss, Pink Pirouette, and Riding Hood Red. It contains 30 buttons in five styles (six buttons per style). The bouquet will cost $7.95.
This is the second invitation I did for an SCS swap. I like this one its simple but elegant. I can picture it on very shimmered paper it would look so pretty. I used Boroque Motifs as the stamp set. Chocolate Chip and Pumpkin Pie. I used a versamark B&W technique on the thank you. I turned the photo into black and white. Then I took the versamark pen and put it on the flowers where I wanted to add color. You will see I added colors orange and brown with pastels on the flowers. Its as simple as that. I call it the photoshop for stampers technique. I also used the half pearls in the pretties kit to give it the pop that it deserves. I think if I did this as a real invitation and not a swap, I would have to find something else to use for the pearl part. I love the way this came out.
Pocket Fold Invitation set I created for a SCS swap. I used Lovely Lilac Designer Paper and Cardstock. I cut the template for the pocket fold using my cricut machine and the design software. On the front I normally would have done a pretty monogram using computer software, but because it was a Stampin Up swap I decided to use fine cosmo glitter. I like the way this came out for the first time doing an invitation.
My name is Susan. I married December 2005. We just purchased our first house last April! I work for an advertising company in NYC .
I have been a Stampin Up Demonstrator for 5 years. I love working with Stampin Up it is a great company to work for. It helps that the products are absolutely the best. I hope you enjoy my blog!