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Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day October 4th!

Hey there! It's October and time for Sunday Swap Day! yay!

Today I'm sharing swaps created with Sweetest Time, Gnome for the Holidays, Gift Wrapped, and Coming Home!

First, Barb Nagle created a homespun look with Sweetest Time and Plaid Tidings Designer paper (on sale this month!)


Next, Kathy Morgan's rendition of Sweetest Time:


The creator of this Sweetest Time card forgot to put their name on it!


Gnome for the Holidays by Linda Pagel:


Another Gnome for the Holidays by Melissa Thomas:


Gift Wrapped by Sandy Carlson:


Jamie Albanese used a Minnie-Mouse theme for her Gift Wrapped creation:


Nancy Juliano embraced the Gift Wrapped theme with the Dainty Diamonds 3D embossing folder and Plaid Tidings 6" x 6" Designer paper (on sale 15% off this month!)


Finally, Laura Milligan does white space better than anyone combined with the Coming Home stamp set, Celebration Dies, and Wrapped in Texture embossing folders.


Supplies to order:

Shop with the Host Code:

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Order any amount online in October, receive the Card-of-the-Month!


Order at least $50, receive All the Trimmings Embellishments, PLUS the Card-of-the-Month!


Download the flyer for the 15% off Designer Series Paper sale to view the selection!

October 2020 Designer Series Paper Sale

The Standard Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine is now available to order! (the mini machine will be available later this year)

2020 Stampin Cut & Emboss Machines

Call me:  618-237-6281
Email me:

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


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October 1-5


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