Sunday, February 13, 2011

2/13 Stamping to Share MORE Demo Fun!!


Regionals in Minneapolis was just a ball! Here is our group picture. In the front row we have Anita, Chris, Katherine, and Dawn. In the back it's Angie, Cindy, me, Karen and Patti. We had so much fun together . . . oh the blessings of friends . . . add a little Stampin' Up! and you have the perfect mix for a fantastic day!


Stampin' Up! likes to spice up the day with a series of prizes. Cindy won the Build a Blossom set . . . can you tell that she's excited? lol! Nothing like something FREE to put a smile on our faces!!


I had to pose in a picture with my "South Dakota Connection!" I met Angie and her mom Karen at a workshop I held just over the SD border back in August. I think they really enjoyed their mother daughter SU weekend.   

We had a special treat at 3 o'clock . . . the prettiest cupcake . . . but that didn't stop me from eating it! It was delicious - ummm ummm good!

Regionals was just amazing! So many AWESOME ideas  . . . I will have to completely change my plans now for my end of the month Big Shot Class! I need a creative day here real soon so that I can start putting into practice all the new things we learned. And the very best part of Minneapolis Regionals? Shelli Gardner, our Cofounder and CEO attended our conference! That was such a treat. Thank you, Shelli!!

Here are the rest of the swaps from our last Stamping to Share Demo Meeting!


Val made a delightful wrap for a fun size candy bar. I just love how the St. Patrick's Day stamp looks like a golden coin. Isn't there some story about a pot of gold and leprechauns? With a bit of Irish heritage . . . I feel like I should know the answer, but I don't. Do you?


Sue made a stand up Sew Suite card . . . and it really is SEW Sweet! I haven't ventured into that area of the mini catalog . . . but this card makes me think I should!


Katherine created a darling card with cupcakes that look good enough to eat! The floating dots in the background add such a festive touch . . . I love it!


Tasha's card was inspired by a card in the Occasions Mini Catalog. It's hard to tell in the photo, but that heart REALLY sparkles IRL. The Big Shot Machine makes cutting the scallop circle and it's coordinating inside circle just a snap!


Mary made a beautiful quilt card. I didn't realize how nicely the Top Note nestles into the Framed Tulips until I saw this card. A good thing to keep in mind for future projects.


Dawn played with the Framed Tulips embossing folder, too! I love the way she got creative with her supplies to give her card a sense of movement and fun . . . just the kind of mood you want to portray when there is an Easter Egg hunt in the works!


Sharon's card featured a beautiful flower rosette. Aren't the colors just stunning? The pinks really pop when paired with Rich Razzleberry!


Mary's card was our contest winner. The sweet scallop edging she added to her rosette flower is such a beautiful touch. The leaves also added flair to this card . . . perfectly stamped and punched with supplies from the Build a Blossom line.

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Kay Kalthoff is a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Lino Lakes, Minnesota stamping, caring and sharing with customers and demonstrators locally and nationally!

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