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I was asked to do a presentation about "what I do" for a church ladies group last week, and I was honored to do it! This group has a different presentation each month, and obviously have a really good time learning new things! They've even tackled making a basket, a project that I understand took 4 months to complete, so I took some time to think through how I wanted to start them out with a little taste of "Stampin' Up!

I decided to take lots of display samples, including some of my scrapbooks, catalogs, and all the usual what-not. For the two cards I promised them I chose "Forever Young" as one of the sets I wanted to showcase:

Forever young 1

Seems like alot going on here, but I wanted a basic-yet-pleasing card that would feature techniques that don't require alot of bells and whistles to achieve a good outcome! We used basic stamping with Staz-on Black ink, Twitterpated Designer Paper, a masking technique, and sponging.The greeting is from "Language of Friendship", one of the free stamp sets in the Sale-a-bration Mini!

Here's the inside:

Forever young 2

I used the "Just Believe" flower clump stamp in here because of its' beautiful silhouette image that carries through the theme from the card front. I also chose "Blessings from Heaven" because it continues the thought from the outside greeting. A perfect "thinking of you" card!

That's all for today. Thanks for stopping by. I will return tomorrow with the second card from this class!

Until tomorrow, have a "Stampingrox!" Day!


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