Monday, January 7, 2019

50/50 board update and Sale-a-Bration

     Well, the 50/50 board has 12 squares filled!  That means at most 38 people need to put in $50 orders for it to be filled and a winner randomly chosen.  Just a reminder that the winner of the 50/50 board will get a FREE $50 shopping spree with me! And since it is Sale-a-bration till March 31, where $50 orders earn a free Level 1 item from Stampin' Up or $100 order earns a FREE Level 2 item.  If you use my hostess code (for orders under $150) for the month, you earn something FREE from me.  Each of these $50 orders gets put on a square of the 50/50 board.  There's a whole lot of FREE going round! 

     This card is a sample of #simplestamping.  I stamped the flower, the sentiment and the butterfly in Stazon ink.  The butterfly was done on a scrap.  Then I used Stampin' markers and Blends to color in the butterfly and the flower.  Then I punched out the butterfly and adhered it to the petal of the flower.  It took very little time and I'm not very good at coloring in things, but these markers and blends make it easy!  This was done as part of this month's #simplestamping challenge from Stampin' Up!  The theme is Valentines and we can only use stamps, inks and paper with the only tool being a punch.  Even my college son thought it was pretty and was a good Valentine's card.

      I received a book for Christmas that was written by another Stampin' Up demo and it was a novel about stamping parties and stamping demonstrators and the fun and socialization.  It's called Orange Glow Stampers by Rhonda K. Amoroso.  It was a great story and shows how much fun and friendship building stamping really is.

     If you don't have a Stampin' Up demonstrator and live in the United States, I would love to be your demonstrator and send you a catalog and show you how easy it is to learn how to stamp and find your creative side.  Please comment on this post for me and let me know what your favorite color is and what kind of card you would like to see me make next.

Stamping over the rainbow,
Tracey Gouraud

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