Whew! 15 Demonstrators all creating together!

Join our family and you could be creating with us!

Yesterday I hosted our quarterly shoebox swap and stamp in.  We had 15 of Sarah Schueler’s  downline here stamping.  First demonstrator got here at 8:00am and the last demonstrator left at 11:00pm!  What a day!  We had a ball!  At 9:00am we started with our shoebox swap.  That is when all the demonstrators create a card and then cut enough card stock for the rest of us to make her card.  The  cards were spectacular!

We had a wonderful lunch spread.  Barb B.’s husband Bob made us his famous chicken salad and chocolate cake.  We had all kinds of yummy desserts.  On the healthy side we did have a beautiful fruit salad, (served in a watermelon bowl I would have liked to keep!), and a spinach salad filled with goodies like blueberries, walnuts, raspberries and my favorite, blue cheese!  What a group….we can stamp and cook!

Here’s a peak at what it looked like yesterday here:

I had four 6′ tables set up in the center of my workshop.  Which worked so well that I am going to make it permanent.


We were very happy to have some very new demonstrators come and they just out did themselves with the fabulous cards they designed for us to do.










We did celebrate Sarah’s  birthday, a bit late but better late than never, right?  Miss Vickie could not be here with us, but, sent a wonderful gift for Miss Sarah and a card that we all loved!  My husband, Peter, was in charge of purchasing a birthday cake for the occasion and bought the perfect cake, chocolate of course!

Here is a peak at a few of the cards.  They covered the whole spectrum from whimsical to elegant:

We would love for you to join our family and this month is the time to step forward and JUST DO IT!

I am off to the Miller Park to see the Brewers play with Peter, Travis and Tami!  Looks like a beautiful day and it will only get better.  Spending time with family is priceless!

Happy Stamping and enjoy your day!


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