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Stampin’ in Auckland

10/07/2010

Today was our Regional Training for Stampin’ Up! – and it was awesome. 65 women in Parnell, sharing fabulous creative and business ideas….. and several laughs! I’m tired tonight, but very happy. What a day!

We also got to do swaps, a great way of sharing ideas with other demonstrators. I made 25 of these – would you like one? Think you know how I got the background rectangles? Leave me your guess in a comment, and I’ll draw a random number on Monday.

Hope you get to stamp this weekend, too. I’ll be back Monday with some more crafty creations.

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. 10/07/2010 18:44

    Gee Bron, you’re really quick off the mark with your posts! I knew I should have made some swaps, your card is gorgeous. This is a wild guess (a really wild guess!!) – you cut out 3 oblong pieces of DSP, used the corner rounder on them and then either sanded or sponged on them before stamping?

  2. 10/07/2010 18:59

    I love your card. I wont guess how it’s done cause I already know!!! lol not going to spoil someone elses guess but it it soooo clever and I love the result, it’s a definite one to CASE!
    see you soon!

  3. 10/07/2010 19:44

    I loved your card to Bron, and I won’t guess because you told me how it was done when I looked at it. Definetly a case.

  4. 10/07/2010 20:20

    Oblong card (corners rounded) then sponged with ink and used as a stamp? Background water spritzed first?

  5. kazzles permalink
    11/07/2010 07:03

    I know too how you did it – but was so glad I picked up one of your swaps! It was a fun day.
    Karin

  6. sharna permalink
    11/07/2010 13:02

    hi, Bron, it was great to catch up with you again yesterday, your swap is wonderful, by any chance did you stamp your clear block then stamp it on to you card, im only guesing, i didnt get around to asking how you did it

  7. 11/07/2010 23:12

    fabulous card – love it

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