Hello! Well, I am safely home from Convention. Boy, am I tired!!! What a fabulous time, if you ever get the chance to go to a Stampin' Up! Convention, do it! I was lucky enough to for the second year in a row, both times were a lot of fun, and very educational. My favorite part is when the fabulous Stampin' Up! home office staff demonstrates our wonderful products. How creative they are!
One special hi-light for me this year was setting the Guinness World record for sending the most cards from a single location. I waited in line for one hour and twenty minutes with two wonderful girls from Kansas and another from Edmonton, Canada in order to do this. While I was very tired, I had lot of fun too. Here's the card I mailed:
Look at the Whisper White strip of card stock, I made this using the Remember This and That Rotary Stamp (only $5.95)!!!! I love this stamp and it's so very versatile...worked out perfectly for this card, now Kyle will always remember (because I'm sure he'll keep this card forever!!!!) which day all of the wonderful Stampin' Up! Convention attendees broke the record! WooHoo!
Stamp Sets: Clock Works, You're Amazing
Paper: Smokey Slate, Basic Gray, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Gray, Smokey Slate
Big Shot Supplies: Argyle Embossing Folder
Punch: Ticket Duo Builder
Extras: Remember This and That Rotary Stamp, Dimensionals
Thanks for stopping by. I got a ton of stamp sets at Convention, and hopefully I'll be able to get some stamping done this week so I can show you some samples. :)
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