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U Stamp With Dawn

May 24, 2013

It’s my second day at the Stampin’ Up! South Pacific Convention and I am really enjoying myself.  Lots of classes today, learning about MDS, how to use Social Media for my business and how to grow and nurture my downline.  During our General Session this morning we were treated to a fun stamping presentation by Shelli Gardner.  Juliana also present a real Wow presentation using the fantastic This and That Products, especially the Washi Tape.  I don’t have any photos to share at the moment but hopefully my photos will be ok and I can share some of the fun with you.  In the meantime, here is a card I made before I left for Convention.004I recently participated in the U Stamp With Dawn and Friends Bigshot Round Up which had a fantastic selection of gorgeous projects.  The card I am sharing was part of  a project created by Kirsten Brown.  You might notice that I seem to be drawn to projects using the gorgeous Tea for Two Designer Series Paper at the moment and that was the first thing I loved about this card.  Kirsten has combined several papers to create a simply beautiful card.  I continued the theme on the inside adding the banners and the flower.  (Apologies for the sunlight across the photo.)


I really love the way this card has come together, don’t you?  If you would like to re-create this project then email me or pop on over to my online store to order before the catalogue ends on the 30th June and this gorgeous Designer Series Paper disappears.

Bye for now, Kris.

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  1. May 27, 2013 7:30 pm

    Gorgeous Kris. Hope you enjoyed Convention!!!!!


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