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Celebrating My 15th Stampaversary All August 2020

Happy 15th Anniversary Month from Sandy with Needs A Ribbon!I started stamping at my first party at my cousins house (Hi Ann) in September 2003. It was that demonstrators first in home party, Denise, who is now my direct upline. I joined one of her monthly clubs shortly after that. And my March of the following year I knew I wanted to be a Demonstrator. It was just not quite the right time in my life or my family’s. I held to my promise to her that I would join eventually. I was her first downline, joining on August 26, 2005, right after my family got back from a 3 week vacation. It was a fantastic vacation by the way.My only intention early on, was that I loved the product, loved getting a discount on the product, and knew when I made the decision I wanted this to be a forever choice. My own first downline happened in January of 2010, Connie, who is still a dear friend. I have had many team members over the years, currently I have a team of 8 plus me. And I am happy to say I am still…
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Coffee Break Ornate Daisy Card

https://youtu.be/MuLGyEH9ejA
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From my Coffee Break Playlist series of videos. Each video is no longer than 15 minutes, the time it takes to have a Coffee Break, something that is near and dear to me.

Special Day with my Sweetheart

Hinkley MN
Thirty years have gone by. We have now known each other longer than how old we were at the time. This will be a longer post and might be a little sappy. Fair warning given.We went to dinner at the 50s Grill and saw Die Hard 2 for our second date.  A pretty basic date back then. Most of you may not know that we only had two dates. That’s all really needed to know. Just kidding, kind of. Actually Rory moved back to Albuquerque a week later. We met while working at Campus Drug near UMN. After months of working together, and talking, we decided to try a date. We liked each other enough to try a second date. And then he had to move. We worked together on his last shift at Campus Drug. I scheduled it so we could take our break together. We took a walk around Dinkytown and he had the nerve to hold my hand! Yes there was chemistry but pointless since he was moving 1300 miles away, never to see each other again. Two dates do not count as dating. They are just 2 dates. But by some mys…

Brand New Annual Catalog is Here!

AC June 3, 2020 - May 3, 2021
Starting June 3, 2020 the new Annual Catalog from Stampin' Up! is here. 
You can find catalog PDF under my Catalogs tab. You can find coordinating Wish List to print and shop with under my Tool Box tab. We know have PDF of recipes for the catalog. That means you want the supply lists of each project from the catalog, look it up in the PDF.

PDF of Catalog PDF Catalog wish list PDF Catalog Recipes
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Changes coming to Paper Pumpkin

Great packaging changes coming to your monthly Paper Pumpkin subscription box.

Starting with February 2020 boxes, not only did we redesign the box so the flap tucks in the box (it would sometimes catch when machined from the Post Office) we will now be shrink wrapping each pretty little pumpkin box to ensure that your box is delivered with no missing pieces and not destroyed by the elements.

This will also mean no more labels on those pretty boxes. That makes the box that much more easy to reuse again and again.

I have had several customers with  boxes coming damaged. I personally have never experienced that. But I understand even if all the items are still there each month, seeing that crushed box isn't so pretty.

Did you see all those pretty little boxes ready for shipping around February 12th? That is a lot of subscriptions.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Interested in learning more about Paper Pumpkin? Or starting your own monthly subscription? Learn more. 

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