Welcome to an extra edition of the Global Stamping Friends blog hop. I’m here to give you a sneak peek of what I did at OnStage and also show you a stamp set that I think many of you will want to get your hands on. It’s called Daisy Lane and it already has a coordinating punch that I own so I love that already. It will also have another punch to go with it to make gorgeous designs. Have I intrigued you?
Here are the make n’ takes we got to make at OnStage. It’s so fun getting to play with a few of the new products and bring the samples home to show you.
Don’t you just love that Stampin’ Up! brought out a new stamp set that goes with a punch most of us already own? I hope you were inspired by my card today. The products that you can purchase today are linked down below. The rest will be available on June 4th unless you want to Join Team BFF and buy from the new catalog starting May 1st with a 20% discount! I love the benefits of being a demonstrator!
Thank you so much for joining us on this impromptu blog hop. Next up is Tricia. I can’t wait to see what she’s come up with!
Welcome to another round of the Stamp N’ Hop Blog Hop! This month our theme is ALL ABOUT THE GIRLS! I’ve gotta say that girl cards are almost the only thing I make around here. A real challenge for me would be a Manly card. I can’t make one of those to save my life!
When this blog hop goes live I will be up in the air flying to Utah for OnStage. OnStage is Stampin’ Up!’s version of convention where all of us demonstators get together in remote locations around the globe and see and learn all new stuff! I am so excited! I will have lots of fun stuff to share with you when I get back. You can follow along on my Instagram page @bffstampers to see some sneak peeks!
Anyway….back to the blog hop…
My friend asked me to make some invitations for a Surprise Party she was having for her mom’s birthday. She said she likes purples and pinks. Perfectly girly in my opinion 🙂 What do you think?
I printed all the words.
Thank you so much for joining us this month. Next up is Pia Gerhardt. Hop along to everyone to get all the girly inspiration.
As you may have guessed, Stampin’ Up! is celebrating it’s 30th year of being in business. In fact, this week, demonstrators from around the world are all gathering together in Florida to celebrate! It’s all because one woman never gave up on her dreams. Her name is Shelli Gardner and she’s the co-founder of Stampin’ Up! This company started in her home! Because of her love of papercrafting, I get to make money, set my own hours and do what I love to do which is watch others enjoy it too.
Kylie’s challenge this month was to make a thank you card for Shelli telling her how much we appreciate her ambition and faith in starting this company. I have so many friends I never would have met if it wasn’t for Stampin’ Up! So here’s my card I’ll be sending out to Shelli.
I got a little out of my comfort zone on this card. It has a lot of texture and “mess” as I would call it, but I kept thinking WWSD? What would Shelli Do!? She loves texture and she believes, more is better. Once I got started I couldn’t stop! I used the stamp set, All Things Thanks because as soon as I decided to make this card the phrase, Thanks for that thing you did was running through my mind. It’s a perfect sentiment for what I want to tell Shelli.
Tip: You can color Rhinestones with Sharpie markers to make whatever color you need.
If you’d like to check out cards that other demonstrators made for Shelli then follow this link to Kylie’s blog.
The idea for this card came from Mojo Monday Sketches. You can click on the photo below to play along.
Thanks for visiting me today. I hope you were inspired to send a thank you card today to someone that has made a difference in your life.
Here’s a list of everything I used on today’s card.