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DSP Foldover Card

Our monthly downline Stampin' meetings we call Diva meetings we swap cards shoebox style. Which means you bring precut paper and the rest of the project supplies in a "shoebox". We rotate around the tables and make each others swaps. Those stampers not able to attend mail in their completed swaps and our fearless Manager/Leader Sue mails them back to those Divas. It is a lot of fun to do it that way rather than bringing completed cards. Plus prepping is SO MUCH EASIER! 

I am going to post the cards from our recent meeting giving credit where I remember who's card they are. Our theme was "fun fold".

Thanks for stopping by tonight. It is warm and souping feeling in the Twin Cities tonight. ~Sandy

Denise card 

Deb's Card

It pulls out so you can attach a gift card.

Nicole's card

Diane's Card (sorry about the flipped photo) 

Julianne's Card (I think)

Unknowns card (please contact me with name, I would love to give credit)
Card had the circle punched out around the fold which makes the scallop flower stand out. Neat. 

Unknown's Card (please notify me with your name for credit).
This set is a redo called Best of Flowers 25th Anniversary. Originally this was Upsy Daisy from a few years ago. Love the flowers. 

Unknown's Card (please notify me for credit)

Unknown's card (please contact me for credit)

Unknown's Card (please contact me for credit)

Unknowns card (please contact me for credit) origami fold



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