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Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day!

Hey there. I've spent the past week cuddling the most adorable baby boy, Lando, and chasing and cuddling his big brother, Oakley! I'm so thankful and blessed! Right now I'm home for the long weekend, giving the little family some together time, but I will be going back on Monday evening to help out the rest of the week.

Since it's Sunday, it's time to share some swaps:

First, Laura Milligan used the largest phrase image from the Hello Life set, adding banners, white baker's twine, and a bit of gold sequin trim to give it a balloon look!


Next, Emily Tull combined Painted Petals Designer Paper with the single-image stamp Love is Kindess. She added Dazzling Diamonds glitter to the blooms and "tied" a bit of Linen Thread around the newspaper wrapper.


Third, Mary Ann Sedlacek chose one of the Cheerful Critters for her swap. She punched the top of the tag with the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch, added punched banners, and tied the ribbon from the Best Year Ever Accessory Pack with a bit of Baked Brown Sugar Thick Baker's Twine.


Finally, Jan Rodrian chose the Sale-a-bration set, Lotus Blossom, to create her swap. The Lotus Blossom set is photopolymer only, and is actually a THREE-STEP stamp set!


That's all for now. You can find all the supplies to create your version of any of today's samples in my online store:

While you are there, be sure to check out the New Arrivals, Clearance Rack, and the Weekly Deals!

All online orders of any amount will receive a Thank-you Packet from me., including a project and instructions!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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Carol Carriveau

Really wonderful inspiration!

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