LUCK OF THE IRISH and HAPPY ST. PATRICK's DAY!
I miss my kids being home (dang that's what happens when they grow up), we used to always make green eggs and ham for breakfast and we had shamrock shaped meatloaf with green mashed potatoes for dinner. Dinner would also have a green vegetable and green milk….mmmmmm. The night before we would always sit down and read Green Eggs and Ham! I sure do miss those days. :0(
Anywaaaaaaay……I wanted to start off the day by giving you the most awesome results of the Haitian Relief efforts Stampin' Up! and all our demonstrators and customers participated in. Here they are.
Haitian Relief Results
March 4, 2010
Once again, Stampin′ Up! demonstrators have shown what Stampin′ Up! is all about by making a difference in the lives of others. Worldwide, demonstrators sold 13,587 of the stamp sets that were set aside for Haitian relief. From each of those sales, Stampin′ Up! donated $2 to the Red Cross’ Haiti Relief and Development Fund. That’s over $27,000 donated to people who desperately need your help. Congratulations!
Thank you all for your efforts!
WOW!!! That's all I can say. You gals are so generous and kind! Thank you for helping out.
Okay now for some pictures…
Purses, purses and MORE purses!!!! I told you I can't get enough of these. I've had two of my four Continuing Education Classes and I'm getting all kinds of emails to say thank you! They just love them. Remember these are all done with three sheets of 8 1/2 by 11 Stampin' Up! cardstock and one sheet of our NEW 12 x 12 Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper found on page 33 of the Occasions Mini Catalog. Hurry, that Mini Catalog is almost done!
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Here are a couple of the gals working hard on their projects for Continuing Education Class.
Look at how different they all look by just changing up the paper. I have a gal that is going to make these for her granddaughter's birthday party as favors. Now won't SHE be the BOMB! :0)
Look at the front, then look at the back. Using this DSP and cutting it so the design is still in there … IT'S BEAUTIFUL!!!!
I wish I did a better job of taking the picture on the right, can you see the birds? They were so cute on the purse.
Look at these two purses, they have a different color for the pocket on the front. It's the same paper, the girls just used the OPPOSITE side which always coordinates and look at how adorable and coordinating these look.
After we finished our purses, the attendees made lots of cards to match and put in their purses. What an awesome project.
I love the colors!
Thye LOVE their results. I encourage you to come to Continuing Education. Remember to register with the school district (Saratoga Springs, Scotia or Burnt Hills, New York). I have two more of these classes and a session of the EXPLODING SCRAPBOOK (otherwise known as a super card on steriods)!
MORE JAMMIE PARTY Photos – Here are a few more photos from our Jammie Party.
Here is Lauren working hard on her projects.
Here is the project Lauren brought to share with us. It's a mini scrapbook made with our Razzleberry Lemonade Designer Series Paper. This is the cover and one of the pages. It was a HUGE hit!
Don't you just love this. This was a gift to me from my downline Amy Jordan. She made it with the Big Shot and the Scallop Square Die annnnnnd the Scallop Circle Die. It's FILLLED with candy! So stinken cute. Thank you Amy.
Do yo see the picture on the left? That's my daughter, Kate's, new mini laptop AND we decorated it with the Upsy Daisies Decor Elements. They just rub right on the computer. She is in LOVE with it and so are all her college friends!
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I hope you loved this post and enjoy your day – HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!