Gosh! I have so much to say and not enough space. I returned from Leadership yesterday and was able to meet and hug some of my Pals. They truly kept my spirits up while I was deployed last year. I’ve posted some pictures below.
I also made new friends on the way home and I think a shout out is in order. My seat-mate Liz from Arizona was such a sweet and (very) beautiful lady that I had the pleasure of meeting. She had me at, “I’m not very creative.” LOL
I really do hope she puts the card I gave her together and then posts a comment about how easy it was to ‘not be creative’. =) Liz, if you’re reading this, it was my utmost pleasure chatting it up with you.
Another shout out goes to Dora, the sweetest Spanish-speaking lady from Houston. She was so happy and appreciative that I spoke to her that she gave me her address and I will be sending her our Spanish catalog. You can get yours here (available in English too).
Kim from Washington gets my 3rd shout out. She’s also a demonstrator and she is truly fired up for Stampin’ Up! She is a great example to others that networking outside of your group is a plus! Thank you kindly for subscribing! =D
You won’t believe that this ‘thank you’ card took me 15 minutes to put together! It was all put together with left over scraps. Thus, the importance that you should never throw away scrap paper after a project.
Products Used… Stamp Set: Peaceful Petals (133107). Embossing Folder: Decorative Dots (Earn for FREE during Sale-a-Bration 133520). Paper: Crisp Cantaloupe Card Stock, Daffodil Delight Card Stock, Tempting Turquoise Cardstock, Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper (132994), and the Bitty Butterfly Punch (129408).
If you say to me, I don’t like ‘free’ stuff then I would say, uh uh, not true… we all like free stuff. How do you get free markers? Enroll in My Paper Pumpkin right here right now now through January 25, 2014.
This is perfect for you Liz! Proof that you don’t have to be creative (wink). I highly recommend you click here and get yours now!
Just some of my Pals… I have over 300 of them and I’m determined to one day meet each one in person. You too can become a Pal through my Circle of Pals. Read more about it here.
[/one-fourth-first][one-fourth]Nicole & Justin
[/one-fourth][one-fourth]Mary & Lisa[/one-fourth]