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Sensational Sunday!

Hello Stampers!  I just got back from the SU! Regionals today that were held in Overland Park, Kansas, and we had a great time!  We learned lots of new ideas and techniques, and the swaps were really great!  I just wish I could pack several of you in my suitcase and let you experience the fun for yourself!  I promised that I

Blog_046 would show you several of my swaps over the next few days, but tonight I'm exhausted and so I'm only going to show you a couple of things.  I got back in town this afternoon and we immediately left for my daughters soccer game (I literally pulled into the driveway and got out of my car and into my husband's to leave!!).  After we got home from the soccer game, it was a rush to get dinner and get ready for my Christmas card class that I had tonight!  Anyway, this frankenstein was a gift from my upline, Jeri Holm!  She had these sitting on the table for us when we got there!  Isn't it the cutest thing!!!  And it was filled with candy, so what could be better!!!

Blog_045 This santa ornament was also a gift from Jeri!  Shelli Gardner showed us how to make these with the new Big Shot die cut machine at convention, but I never got around to making one!  Now I don't have to!  Thanks Jeri!! 

I'm also going to hold off one more day talking about my card kits.  Now I'm tired and going to bed!  I'll be more fresh tomorrow and will be able to explain myself easier!

Happy Stampin' and TTFN!


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Welcome Back!
The frankenstein bag is really cute and so is the santa. TFS! How did the soccer game go? Danny has a football game tonight at six but, I am happy to have the day off to create some halloween goodies with the help of your inspiration (your halloween jars :D)

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