Photos of Swaps From Convention

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I thought I would share these photos of the swaps I received at Convention 2013.  These ladies did a tremendous job of making some very beautiful and delicate cards.  I hope you enjoy looking at them.

??????????You can see some of the new Annual Catalog items: Hexagon punch and coordinating Six-Sided Sampler stamp set, Mosaic punch and coordinating Mosaic Madness stamp set, Soho Subway designer paper, to name just a few.

??????????The large butterfly stamp in the center is the large background stamp, Swallowtail; the Hexagon punch is used again in the upper left, more butterflies, the Paper Doily Sizzlits was used for the doily on the bottom left card, the Dress Up framelits cut out the dress form on the bottom center card, and more designer papers were used.

Convention cards 013xxYes, this is a card!  This cute hat lifts up at the bottom so you can write a message inside.  It is approximately the same size as a regular 5 1/2″ by 4 1/4″ rectangular card.  Look at that 3 dimensional flower.  WOW!  My amateurish pictures does NOT do it justice.  It is absolutely gorgeous.  She has used two of our embossing folders (Delicate Designs and Fancy Fan) and one of the Finishing Touches edgelits.  The ribbon is our very delicate, 5/8″ Crochet Trim.

That’s my show & tell for today.  Hope you get some inspiration from these ladies!

Happy stampin’ !    ~Sandra~

P. S.  If you are not that familiar with Stampin’ Up! and our demonstrators, I say “she” throughout this posting because all these lovely cards were made by women.  We DO have men demonstrators – I just was not lucky enough to meet and swap with them this year.

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