Stampin’ Up! Stippled Blossoms

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Today’s card was done by my downline Rachel Verbrugge.

Rachel was a past hostess of mine before signing on to become a demonstrator. In fact Rachel hosted two workshops with me before she signed on. She did not sign on immediately after hosting a workshop either. I always wondered why she had decided to sign on because she had always made it clear to me that she was not going to do that.

So one day I asked her why did you change your mind and decide to sign with me. She said what convinced her to sign with me was the fact that after every workshop I had mailed her a handmade card; thanking her for hosting a workshop with me. She said I also sent a card to everyone who came to the workshop whether they ordered or not. I said, Wow thanks so much for telling me this because I was wondering if it really mattered. I had been doing it for a long time and never heard anything from it. It does take a lot of time to make the cards, write a note to each person; address them and mail them all out. She made my day and to this day I still mail out thank you cards to each and every person who attends a workshop with me.

Rachel chose the Stippled Blossoms stamp set to make samples for me for my Open House.

Another gorgeous card from a great demonstrator friend of mine.

Stippled Blossoms Wood-Mount Stamp Set #126745 Price: $26.95 wood or #126747 $18.95 clear

Two-step stamping is so easy to do–and the results are spectacular! Just stamp the base image, then position and stamp the overlay image. It’s that simple. This ten-piece set lets you make old-fashioned roses–for all of your feminine and vintage projects.
Set Quantity: 10

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