Thursday, April 21, 2016

New Beginnings and Introduction

Hello there and welcome to my website/blog!!!  I am excited that you have stopped by and thank you for the bottom of my heart.  I started in November of 2015 with Stampin Up! as a hobbyist , then in March of 2016 I decided to take it to the next level and sell the product I adore.  Stampin Up to me is quality, simply put.  I would love for you to come on this journey with me, I am including some samples of my creations.  At this time I only have pictures of cards but Project Life, a new take on scrapbooking, traditional scrap pages and paper creations will be frequent as well. There are many ways to get ahold of me, as I have a Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Periscope accounts.  Also, I would love to become friends and not just someone trying to sell you something.  If you would love to join my team that would be AWESOME!  Stampin Up is a great company to work with, quality product and people!  Take a look and leave some love below, I look forward to hearing from you.

First up is the Pocket Pal Letter I made for Cara, I met her through a swap on the Facebook group with my bestie.  Oh did I mention she loved her planner, and the April theme was Spring. So I created a Springy Planner PPL.  All products used with the exception of paperclips and her gifts are STAMPIN UP, yes SU only.  This shows how Stampin Up products are versatile:

Next up are some cards using current, retired and retiring stamps and accessories from Stampin Up. 

 My two youngest grandsons share close birthdays, so this Gma handmade their cards.  They loved them, including the cash inside.

 Did you know that the Stampin Up Dazzaling Diamond glimmer paper can be colored with sponges?  Yep for a sweet card, I mean friend.
 The Mini Treat Bag Thinlet is so fun to work with.  Not only is it for treat bags, but it can hold a card and many other uses.

 My favorite stamp and it's NOT retiring is Regarding Dahlia's, LOVE this set!!!!

 Thank you again for stopping by.  

Denise Garrison
Independent Demonstrator with Stampin Up!
May God Bless You

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