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Shoebox Swap

Hello Stampers!  A couple of weeks ago I went to Shreveport, Louisiana to attend a Stampin' Up! OnStage event.  On the first evening, I got to attend a special training for Stampin' Up! leaders.  My two roommates attended a shoebox swap event.  At a shoebox swap you choose a card and bring enough supplies cut and ready for everyone to make your card.  In return, you get to make one of everybody else's card.  I took some pictures of the one's that I thought were exceptionally cute!  Today I thought I would share them with you!

IMG_8655-002 This card uses the Sprinkles of Life stamp set!  I love the springy color!  And hint, hint, hint.  It's carrying over to the new catalog!

IMG_8650-002 This card uses the Garden in Bloom stamp set. Hint, hint, it is also carrying over to the new catalog!  The bee is from the Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits.

IMG_8651-002  This is a fun fold card that has a pocket for a gift card!  Love it!

IMG_8652-002  This card uses the All Things Thanks stamp set.  Do you recognize the splotchy image?  That is one of the dresses from the Beautiful You stamp set!

IMG_8653-002 I love this little goldfish made from punches!!  I believe the body is from the Festive Flower Builder punch, the front fins are the Bitty Butterfly punch, and the tail is from the Bow Builder punch!  So cute!

IMG_8654-002 This beautiful card uses the silver foil paper punched cut out with the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits.  So beautiful! 

Thanks for stopping by to take a look!  Don't forget at the retiring products as well as the new items in the Clearance Rack!  Hop over to my Inkin With Dink online store and place your order today!  Be sure to use hostess code VVYW9DWP

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