Thursday, February 17, 2011

More free stamps to chose from!

I have a lot of cards in my stash from different swaps - some through the mail, some from Convention and other Stampin' Up! gatherings, some from meetings, etc. When the stamps are retired, I let my customers go through my card fronts. I had a friend come over Tuesday morning (hi Val!) to do just that, and as she was going through my "retired" card stash, I thought it would be a good time for me to go through my current card stash, organize them, and maybe pull out a few that feature some of the additional Sale-a-Bration stamps you can choose from the 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog.

And here is my "assistant" Webster, guarding the cards that I hadn't gotten to yet. He's so much help... Well, maybe not much help, but he likes to think he is!
Back on my January 25th post there were images of all of the different stamps from the IB&C that you could choose as your FREE Sale-a-bration item with your $50 purchase in addition to the regular SAB items. Stamping' Up! gives you more choices! Gotta love it! You can view that post HERE. I came across some samples that use a few of those stamp sets that I thought I would share with you.

Card on the left uses "Forest Friends" by Deb Snyder. On the right shows "Dasher" created by me.
Top card uses "Engraved Greetings" by Carol Hickman. Bottom card uses "Ribbon of Hope" by Sara Bolz.

Card on left uses "Tiny Teacup" by Deb Snyder and card on the right uses "Extreme Skateboard" by Judy DiScipio.Card on the left uses "Ornate Blossom" by Noreen Bierman (from swapping at Convention). Card on the right uses "For You Flower" by Kathy Hilden (also from Convention).

Both cards use "Elizabeth". Top one is by Sandy Appelhans (from Convention) and the bottom one is by Nancy ? (no last name).
There are still lots more stamps that I haven't shown you, so be sure to go check out that list again. I love free stuff, don't you?

One last parting look from Webster... (If you look closely, you can see his tongue sticking out. Nothing personal - he just does that from time to time. Goofy cat.)

Until next time...

Jayne Stenstrom


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