Monday, July 26, 2010

Convention Swaps

Convention is my favorite time of year!!! Imagine 3000 demonstrators stamping, learning new techniques and business tips, meeting new friends, catching up with old ones, swapping hand-stamped creations! Swapping is my favorite part of convention!!! Swapping is where you make a bunch of the same card (or ATC, scrapbook pages, 3D items, love notes, etc.), and exchange cards with other demonstrators. You get so many great ideas! It's all about sharing--Share What You Love--that's this year's theme. Here are my swaps. If you received one of my swaps at convention, thanks for stopping by! Please leave a comment so I know you were here for a visit.

WOW! Swap Supplies used: Greenhouse Gala Designer Series Paper, Beautiful Butterflies Bigx Die, Big Shot, Rhinestone Brads, Perfect Punches Stamp Set, 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon, Scallop Oval Punch, Daffadil Delight or Baja Breeze cardstock, Baja Breeze Classic Ink, Stampin' Dimensionals. For the ribbon: tie a smaller piece around longer ribbon, secure to the back of DSP.
3x3 Love Note Swap Supplies Used: Crumb Cake and Basic Black cardstock, Newsprint Designer Series Paper, Cute by the Inch Hostess Stamp Set, Petal Card Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Basic Black Classic Ink.

General Swaps:
Supplies: Baja Breeze cardstock and classic ink, Early Espresso classic ink, Greenhouse Gala Designer Series Paper,Early Espresso 1/8" Taffetta Ribbon, Friends Never Fade Stamp Set, Big Shot, Top Note Die. Tape strips of DSP together, run through the Big Shot with the Top Note die. Wrap with ribbon and secure to card. Add stamped embellishment as desired.

Supplies: Cajun Craze cardstock and ink, Very Vanilla cardstock, Newsprint Designer Series Paper, Tag Punches, Puns from the Past and Artistic Etching Stamp Sets. Stamp directly on DSP.
Do you like to share your love of rubber stamping with others? Need to earn some extra income? Consider becoming a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. I would love to have you on my team. Next year we could attend convention together! It would be so much fun! Feel free to visit my demonstrator website for more information.
Bye for now, Maria

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