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Snow Burst Medallion!

A ©Stampin' Up!™1990-2008
Just wanted to show you a little bit of stamping before I got to bed. It's fabulous to be able to stay up late when my creative juices are flowing, then sleep in just a little in the morning! I could get used to this real quick!
This card is a CASE of a Perfect Plum one I received at Founder's Circle from Mary Polcin, aka: Million Dollar Mary! She has been #1 in sales for the past few years and last May crossed a new milestone for Stampin' Up!: she is the first demonstrator to achieve one million dollars in career sales! WOW! She did it in just a little less than 11 years! Anyway, a swap from Mary is always great, and she is such a warm and encouraging lady, you would never guess she was such a celebrity! (at least in SU! circles)
Ask to see her swap at the next event of mine you attend.

I used Brocade Blue &Whisper White cardstock, Brocade Blue ink, Snow Burst and Many Merry Messages stamps, and the Scallop Edge punch to create this card. I also used a 2-way glue pen, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, and an Ice Rhinestone brad.

I think I need to show you a tutorial of how to punch this medallion, but it will have to wait until tomorrow, as my "creative juices" have just drained out and I'm off to bed ~ nighty night!

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