Fun Swaps

My monthly stamping group has been unable to meet the past few months due to my moving and the pandemic so we decided to do a swap with each other.  There were nine of us who participated and we decided to use the theme of “thank you” cards.  I thought that was fitting considering the times.  Here are a few of the swaps I received.  I will show you more in a later post.

This first card was made by Karin.  Karin is a friend, previous class member and now a Downline of mine.  A Downline is someone who signed up to be a Stampin’ Up!®  Demonstrator under me (which means I am her Upline).  She made this beautiful fun fold card using the stamp set called Sailing Home and the matching dies called Smooth Sailing.  If you purchase these together in a bundle you can save 10% until June 2nd.  After that the products will be available but not at the discounted price.

This next card was made by Sharon.  Sharon is the newest member of our group and has caught on really quickly.  She make this beautiful card using the stamp set called Painted Poppies and some Peaceful Poppy Elements.  Both of these products are in the 2020 January – June Mini Catalog.

Renee made this next card and it is just gorgeous!  It is a vintage looking card (which is something I can not do at all).  I can’t recall the name of the stamp set Renee used because everything I own is packed away but it is a beautiful set.

This is Carol’s card. Carol has been a member of our class for a while now and truly makes beautiful cards.   This one is so cute and is a great card to send to someone to cheer them up. Carol used the stamp set called Weather Together with the matching dies.  This bundle is retired and is still one of my favorites!

Come back and visit me next week when I show you the next set of swaps I received.  They are all spectacular too!

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