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Fabulous Friday!

Hello Stampers!  It's Friday!  I love the weekends!!!  Today I want to show you all of my swaps that I'm taking to the SU! regional convention this weekend!

Blog_041 This is my first card.  Our cards are only fronts, which means they aren't a whole card.  You know how I love to make the apples from the Round Tab punch!  I also used the Short & Sweet set for the greeting.  I have 25 of these to swap!

Blog_042 This is my second card.  With regionals being so close to the Christmas season, there will be lots of swaps with Christmas cards, I hope!  I used the Deer Friends and Short & Sweet stamp sets.  I also used the scallop circle punch and red gingham ribbon.  I have 25 of these also!

Blog_043 This is my first 6 X 6 page.  We make this size because anything bigger would be too expensive and too big to carry around and trade.  6 X 6's are very easy to convert into an 8 1/2 X 11 or a 12 X 12 page.  This swap is leftover from convention in August, so I  only have a few of these.  I used the Pick A Petal and Wonderful Words stamp sets.

Blog_044 This is my second 6 X 6 page.  I used the Heartfelt Thanks stamp set.  In the middle of all of the flowers I put Crystal Effects and microbeads!  I love the look and feel it gives the flower centers.  These too are leftover so I only have a few.

Blog_040 Finally, these are my 3D items!  I love these litle guys!  I used the scallop circle punch, Boho Blossoms punch, 1" circle punch, 1/2" circle punch and 1/4" circle punch!  I attached them to Pixie Stix with double stick tape.  I have 36 of these.

When I get home from Regionals on Sunday, I will have lots of swaps to be showing you over the next several days!  Have a great weekend!

Happy Stampin' and TTFN!

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Really cute ideas! I especially like the Christmas one using the french knot on the ribbon.

Really like your apple card...so fall!

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