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Sweet Start BLOG HOP: Romans, day 3 + January Pals Blog Hop!

 

Welcome to the first Pals Blog Hop of 2015. We hope your new year is off to a great creative start. To celebrate the start of a new Stampin’ Up! year, we are showcasing products from our newest catalog this month – the Occasions catalog. You may also see new Sale-a-bration products too. If you don’t know how to earn free Sale-a-bration products – contact your Stampin’ Up! demonstrator to learn more. (If you don’t have a demonstrator yet, check out my blog to see if you like what I’m all about. I’d be thrilled to work with you!)

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from stop #2, Maggie Mata. Use the full lineup below to move along from blog to blog so you see all of the new projects.

Here at The Social Stamper I’ve been doing something fun recently: a stamp set challenge. I pick one stamp set and use it on two weeks worth of projects to share with you. Right now, I’m working with the Sale-a-bration set called You Brighten My Day. What’s cool about this set? It is ridiculously versatile. The projects I’ve come up with all look so different from one another! Since this month’s blog hop is all about the new Occasions Catalog, I really think it’s appropriate to share a project with you that features one of my absolute favorite OC products. Sure, there are plenty of stamp sets I adore, but I’ve found myself reaching for one product over and over again– Sweet Dreams Designer Series Paper. The Ikat designs aren’t overly feminine, or overly babyish, or overly bold. For me, this DSP is the “just right” paper that adds a lovely touch, or a fashionable statement, without trying too hard. It’s awesome.

In the Sale-a-bration stamp set “You Brighten My Day”  that I’m working with currently, there is a sentiment I knew I had to frame: “There is always something to be thankful for.” Could you use that daily reminder as much as me? So, reaching for my Sweet Dreams DSP to lay the backdrop for my gratitude frame, I got to work making something I’d enjoy looking at with frequency. What do you think?

Always Thankful frame project by Becky Gifford The Social Stamper using Stampin' Up! Sale-a-bration set You Brighten My Day. www.thesocialstamper.com

A Tea Lace Paper Doily is a quick and easy embellishment, just slightly peeking out from behind the Crumb Cake banner. Did you know a pack of doilies is only $2.95? Super economical. I stamped the banner in Night of Navy ink with the Dictionary background stamp, I love the vintage vibe it brings to the project. To pull in the Hello Honey color of the DSP, I stamped the tiny line of hearts from the You Brighten My Day stamp set in Hello honey ink, and cut out the sentiment using my Big Shot and the Chalk Talk Framelits Die set.

Always Thankful frame project by Becky Gifford The Social Stamper using Stampin' Up! Sale-a-bration set You Brighten My Day. www.thesocialstamper.com

Would you like to see more of my projects using this stamp set? Here are all the posts in the You Brighten My Day stamp challenge series. If you want to check out all the free products you can choose from with a $50 purchase during Sale-a-bration, including You Brighten My Day stamps, here’s a link to the online brochure. If you would prefer a hard copy and you don’t have a demonstrator yet, send me an email with your details and I’ll send one right off to you!

The next stop is #4, Kerry Willard Bray on the Pals Blog Hop! Thanks for visiting and I’ll see you next month.

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  1. Amy Whelan at Amy’s Inklings
  2. Maggie Mata at Maggie Made Cards
  3. Becky Gifford at The Social Stamper
  4. Kerry Willard Bray at Peonies and Paper Chains
  5. Debbie Crowley at expressivelydeb…
  6. Amy Williams at Stamps and Spice
  7. Rae Harper at WildWestPaperArts.com
  8. Sherrie Gross at Stampin’ Sunshine
  9. Wendy Klein at Doggone Delightful Stampin’
  10. Becky Volpp at InkBlossomwithBecky
  11. Nancy Gleason at My Stampin Space
  12. Jane Knudsen at www.seejanestamp.com
  13. Debbie Mageed at Secret Stamper
  14. Michelle Quinno at Shell’s Life
  15. Susan Lankford at Stamp and Create With Susan
  16. Karen Hallam at Karen’s Blog
  17. Kelly DeTommaso at Kelly’s Creative Corner
  18. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty
  19. Laurie Chilton at Stampin’ Ink
  20. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  21. Peggy Noe at prettypapercards.com
  22. Martie Pollard at The Crafty Bandit
  23. Kim Jolley at Stampin’ Artfully
  24. Beth Beard at My little craft blog
  25. Michelle Gleeson at StampinMojo
  26. Sue Becker at RnR Stamping
  27. Jackie Diediker at Stampin’ Jackie
  28. Natalie Bradley at Natalie Bradley Events
  29. Lisa Ann Bernard at Queen B Creations
  30. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  31. Dawn Tidd at Tiddbits From Dawn
  32. Angie Valle-Peters at Paperluxuries
  33. Amy Hoptay at Inking of You!
  34. Lynn Kolcun at Stamping with Avery’s Owlery
  35. Shannon K Jaramillo at Shannon Kay Paperie
  36. Liz Gautreaux at Kind Deeds Stampin
  37. Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom
  38. Nicole Watt at Pixel Maven’s Retreat
  39. Pamela Sadller at Stampin Pink Rose
  40. Jennifer Michalski at Stamping Serenity
  41. Shannon Hokanson at Paper Works by Shannon

Many Blessings & Happy Stamping,
Shop Now Signature Becky Gifford The Social Stamper

 

 

**A Note from Becky: Typically, my Sweet Start posts begin with spiritual inspiration and move into creative inspiration. To remain consistent with the blog hop format, and at the request of the (ridiculously awesome!!) blog hop moderators, I have moved today’s study on Romans to the bottom of my post. I sincerely apologize to anyone who may have been caught off guard or offended by my original post! I want to be sensitive to others’ beliefs while remaining committed to sharing my heart with my readers. Here is the remainder of my original post!**

Hi, hoppers! Sweet Start is a unique blend of spiritual and creative inspiration, and is an outpouring of my desire to share generously with my readers. If Bible study isn’t really your thing, you’re welcome to skip right over this part! If you’re hanging around for the study, here’s a helpful hint: hovering your mouse over the verse reference links will activate a pop-up box with the text of the reference. Easy peasy!

Romans, day 3

For the sake of keeping things bite-sized, I’ve purposely drawn out the foundation I’m laying before we dive deeper into the book of Romans. On day 1 we reviewed Romans 1:1-4, on Day 2 we started to scratch the surface of what it means that Jesus is the Son of God by diving into one of his other earthly titles: son of David. Today, let’s peel back another layer and talk about a second earthly title given to Jesus, which was the most frequent label He gave Himself: son of Man!

Son of Man: again, to echo what I said in day 2, the humanity of Jesus is not the result of physical intimacy, nor the meeting of gametes. (I’m trying to be extra polite!) Jesus was “born of the Holy Ghost.” (Matthew 1:20) Beyond the prophetic aspect of the title “Son of Man” (found in Daniel 7:13), it is important to embrace that Jesus was indeed a member of the human family, truly a son of man, though not the son of a man. Scripturally, things get pretty interesting here, too! Let’s take a walk back to Genesis for fun.

The first Messianic prophesy we see in the Bible is found in Genesis 3. Right after Eve ate the fruit and gave some to Adam and he ate also, right after their eyes are opened to their nakedness and they quickly attempt to cover their shame by sewing fig leaves together for clothes, right after the first moment in history that humans tried to hide themselves from their Creator… God speaks. First, He addresses Adam and Eve and gives them chance to come clean and repent, to seek forgiveness from the One whom they sinned against. Did that happen? Nope. Lots of blame and finger pointing: first Adam blamed Eve, and then Eve blamed the serpent. Have you ever wondered what might have happened if they had just turned their hearts back to God and asked for Him to repair the relationship they had blemished with His forgiveness? It’s a curious thought.

I find it important to note in this passage that God never gives the serpent a chance to speak. There is no hope for Satan to obtain righteousness, and therefore, he is the only one in this equation to not get the chance to repent, and is the only one to be cursed by God. Eve receives increased labor (hard work!) and pain in bringing children into the world, a craving for her husband (something that is a blessing, and yet a struggle so that we don’t end up idolizing our husbands above God), and Adam was put in authority over her (as all husbands are now in God-ordained authority over their wives– don’t shoot the messenger!)  rather than having the singular authority of God over her life. Adam’s punishment is also unique. God cursed the ground rather than Adam directly, so that the land would bring forth thorns and thistles and increase the labor (hard work!) that a man would have when providing food for his family, ending with the proclamation that he would return to the dust of the earth from which he was formed in physical death. Death is the curse Adam and Eve chose for themselves when they transgressed the command of God. When God has already spoken regarding consequences, it would serve us well to heed His words lest we also bring a curse upon ourselves!

But Satan? Before God delineates consequences to anyone else, He issues the serpent’s curse,

And the Lord God said unto the serpent, Because thou hast done this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field; upon thy belly shalt thou go, and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life: And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. (Genesis 3:14-15)

Hold on a minute! Did you catch that? God declared enmity (hatred) between the seed of Satan and the seed of a woman. People, women don’t have “seed” anywhere else in the Bible. Historically it has been viewed that men have the seed, and women are the vessel that receives the seed. This is cause for a pause! Considering what we just learned about Jesus as the son of David in day 2– how it is very likely God used Mary’s “seed” to form a “son of David” similarly to how he used the dust of the ground to form the first man, Adam– Jesus is the ONLY human to ever walk the earth who can claim no earthly paternity AND can be properly labeled the “seed of a woman.” In contrast, what, you might ask, is the seed of Satan? Lies, dear one. He is the father of all lies (John 8:44), and cannot produce anything true. Therefore, in a singularly unique act of creation, Truth became one of us to utterly destroy the fountainhead of lies so that we can reject the bitter water of death and drink freely from the fountain of living water. The birth of Jesus was the fulfillment of words spoken long ago by God, when He promised the seed of a woman would deal a fatal blow to the Deceiver.

So, why does all of this matter? Why should I care that Jesus is called a son of man? Hebrews 2:17 says that Christ was indebted, or had a duty (KJV says “it behoved him”), to be like us in every way so that he could pay the price for our sin. In every way imaginable, Jesus really was both member of the the human race, and like us in terms of the supreme human obligation to submit to God’s authority.  Otherwise, he couldn’t have paid the price for our sin– the shedding of blood unto death as the spotless Lamb of God and our kinsman-redeemer. As Christians, we must hold fast to the profession of the humanity of Jesus Christ, so that we can believe in our hearts the truth that “God raised him from the dead” and be saved. (Romans 10:9) If Jesus was merely projecting a human facade but lacked the substance of human frailty, He couldn’t really have died. Therefore, His resurrection from the dead would have been an empty promise, and we would be without hope that God can, and will, raise us to life with Him. Jesus never leaves us hopeless!

I know you’re beginning to think we’re never going to get back to Romans, but I promise we will! Just stick with me. I hope you find this foundation helpful as we continue to dig into the word together! If you’re really enjoying these Sweet Start posts, would you do me a favor and share them with your friends? What a cool thing that we can so easily partner together to share the gospel message!

 

 

BLOG HOP: Truly Grateful Pals October Hop

Welcome to the October Pals Blog Hop where we are celebrating an early Halloween and Harvest season. This month we are sharing Halloween and fall projects using our wonderful Stampin’ Up! supplies.

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from stop #1, Candy Ford at Stamp Candy on the Pals Hop. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all of the amazing creations.

For the hop this month, I decided to show off the projects for my October class using the Truly Grateful stamp set by Stampin’ Up!  I’ve had this set since it first came out, it’s one of those sets that I was immediately drawn to. I think that’s because my stamping style tends to lean toward modern color combinations with some sort of natural element, and Truly Grateful lends itself beautifully to my style. “If the shoe fits…” Y’all know what I’m talking about? Sometimes you have a Cinderella moment with a stamp set, and it’s magical. That’s my excuse for why I’m currently having a love affair with the Four Feathers set with coordinating Framelits dies. Bright, colorful, earthy. Yum. When inspiration is combined with my recent self-discovery that I really, REALLY enjoy teaching certain things (mainly paper crafting & Bible study), you get projects like this!

Stampin' Up! Truly Grateful card by Becky Gifford. Details at www.thesocialstamper.com

Stampin' Up! Truly Grateful card details by Becky Gifford. Details at www.thesocialstamper.com

Tip! Experiment with the layering of punches and die cuts. The focal point on this card uses the Starburst Framelits die set and decorative label punch peeking out from behind. I stamped the chevron woodgrain image from Truly Grateful prior to cutting out with the Starburst die, then added some splatters in Crushed Curry (prior to layering) using another one of my go-to sets, Gorgeous Grunge.

Stampin' Up! Truly Grateful card by Becky Gifford. Details at www.thesocialstamper.com

Stampin' Up! Truly Grateful card details by Becky Gifford. Details at www.thesocialstamper.com

I made a leaf stencil from the Autumn Accents Bigz Die to add a fun fall element to this card. Some tips: Make the stencil out of a sturdy material like chipboard or even acetate. Paper curls as you spritz and if you’re going to put forth the effort to make a stencil, you might as well be able to use it again in the future! When you cut out the leaf shape using the die, it will cut out all of the other images on the die as well (this project made me REALLY appreciate Framelits dies!) so you’ll have to use scraps to cover up any additional holes plus add some extra width to prevent over spray. I think it was totally worth the effort to have a lovely leaf spritzed onto my card using a Cajun Craze ink refill and Stampin’ Spritzer.

I have more Truly Grateful inspiration waiting in the wings, so if you haven’t subscribed to my blog yet, be sure to do that while you’re here!

Happy Stamping,

Shop Now Signature Becky Gifford The Social Stamper

 

 

 

The next stop is #3, Maggie Mata at Maggie Made Cards on the Pals Blog Hop! Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you next month.

 

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  1. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  2. Becky Gifford at The Social Stamper
  3. Maggie Mata at Maggie Made Cards
  4. Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom
  5. Sue Becker at RnR Stamping
  6. Lynn Kolcun at Stamping with Avery’s Owlery
  7. Amy Williams at Stamps and Spice
  8. Michelle Gleeson at StampinMojo
  9. Lisa Ann Bernard at Queen B Creations
  10. Nicole Watt at Pixel Maven’s Retreat
  11. Amanda Merrill at Inkflair
  12. Beth Beard at My little craft blog
  13. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  14. Diane Roberts at Score at Four and a Quarter
  15. Katy McGloin at Just Fun Stamping
  16. Liz Gautreaux at Kind Deeds Stampin
  17. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty
  18. Natalie Bradley at Natalie Bradley Events
  19. Jackie Diediker at Stampin’ Jackie
  20. Susan Itell at Simple Stampin
  21. Amy Whelan at Amys Inklings
  22. Jane Knudsen at www.seejanestamp.com
  23. Debbie Mageed at Secret Stamper
  24. Dawn Tidd at Tiddbits from Dawn
  25. Patti MacLeith at Papercrafts By Patti
  26. Amy Hoptay at Inking of You!
  27. Kerry Willard Bray at Peonies and Paper Chains
  28. September Gray at septembergray.com
  29. Sherrie Gross at Sherrie Gross at Stampin Sherrie
  30. Wendy Klein at Doggone Delightful Stampin’
  31. Angie Valle-Peters at Paperluxuries
  32. Rae Harper-Burnet at WildWestPaperArts.com

BLOG HOP: Holiday Home with the Pals September Hop

Welcome to the September Pals Blog Hop. This month we are showing off our favorite new products from the new Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog. We hope you enjoy our projects!

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from #4, Sue Becker at RnR Stamping on the Pals Hop. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all of the amazing creations.

One of my favorite things about stamping is gathering with friends to be creative. That’s the heart of what I do– after all, I am The Social Stamper! To facilitate these gatherings, I hold classes the third Saturday of each month in my local area. (If you’re anywhere near Goldsboro, NC I would love to see you at one of my events!) My upcoming class on September 20th will feature a variety of projects, all using the Holiday Home stamp set out of the new Holiday Catalog. Here is an exclusive Pals Hop look at my class projects!

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

See those spooky windows with the shadowy visitors? Simply stamp the house image on a piece of scrap Whisper White card stock, then stamp the spooky images so they fit how you would like in the windows. Use Paper Snips to cut out the windows, then adhere to a second stamped house that you have cut out for your card front.

 

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

The autumn wreath is my favorite part of this fall-themed card. It’s not an image that’s included in the Holiday Home stamp set, but it’s easy to replicate by repeated stamping in a circle shape of the oak leaf image using Cajun Craze ink. I added some extra depth by filling in Crushed Curry colored leaves around the leafy circle.

 

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

I started this super-simple tag by punching out a 2-1/2″ Circle Punch shape in Whisper White card stock. Then I added a hole using a hole punch toward the top edge before stamping the image and greeting with Cherry Cobbler ink. You could make dozens of these very quickly since the Holiday Home set is photopolymer– you can see exactly where you’re stamping for precise image placement.

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

Want to jazz up the simple tag? Try out the “moonlighting” technique, something I learned from Dawn Olchefsky awhile back. TIP! Use a 3/4″ Circle Punch to punch out a circle from the sticky part of a Post-It note. Use the sticky circle to mask off your project where you’d like the moon to be placed. Then, sponge Pool Party ink closest to the moon and Island Indigo ink moving toward the outer edge. You’ll end up with a glowing moonlit sky!

 

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

One of my favorite colors to use in stamping projects is gold. At least one project for my class had to have some golden shimmer! With the Metallic Gold Encore Pad it’s easier than ever to glam up your stamp images. It is a little “slippery” to stamp with sometimes, so be extra careful to use a steady hand.

 

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

September Pals Blog Hop-- Stampin' Up! Holiday Home project by Becky Gifford www.thesocialstamper.com

This scrapbook layout is versatile because it can display one 4×6 photo, plus there is space for 3 additional 2″x2″ photos or some journaling. Can I just say that I’m loving the new Decorative Masks?? What a great way to create a custom subtle (or bold!) background for your projects.

Is there anything you’re inspired to try out? If so, let me know in the comments below! I’d love to hear from you. Want to see more from The Social Stamper? Subscribe for a weekly digest of posts sent to your email.

Happy Stamping,

Shop Now Signature Becky Gifford The Social Stamper

 

 

 

The next stop is Susan Itell at Simple Stampin, #6 on the Pals Blog Hop! Thanks for visiting and  I hope to see you next month.

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  1. Kim Czenszak at LiveLoveStamp
  2. Natalie Bradley at Natalie Bradley Events
  3. Susan Lankford at Stamp and Create With Susan
  4. Sue Becker at RnR Stamping
  5. Becky Gifford at The Social Stamper
  6. Susan Itell at Simple Stampin
  7. Kelly DeTommaso at Kelly’s Creative Corner
  8. Debbie Mageed at Secret Stamper
  9. Katy McGloin at Just fun Stamping
  10. Patti MacLeith at Papercrafts by Patti
  11. Jackie Diediker at Stampin’ Jackie
  12. Shannon Jaramillo at www.EZPeasyCards.com
  13. Sherrie Gross at Stampin’ Sunshine
  14. Jane Knudsen at see jane stamp
  15. Lisa Ann Bernard at Queen B Creations
  16. Katie Ferguson at Cottage Paper
  17. Beth Beard at My little craft blog
  18. Amy Hoptay at Inking of You!
  19. Amanda Merrill at Inkflair
  20. Wendy Klein at Doggone Delightful Stampin’
  21. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty
  22. Dawn Tidd at Tiddbits from Dawn
  23. Amy Williams at Stamps and Spice
  24. Rae Harper-Burnet at WildWestPaperArts.com
  25. Diane Roberts at Score at Four and a Quarter
  26. Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom
  27. Nancy Gleason at My Stampin Space
  28. Kerry Willard Bray at Peonies and Paper Chains
  29. September Gray at SeptemberGray.com
  30. Nicole Watt at Pixel Maven’s Retreat
  31. Debbie Crowley at expressivelydeb…
  32. Angie Valle-Peters at Paperluxuries
  33. Peggy Noe at prettypapercards
  34. Maggie Mata at Maggie Made Cards
  35. Lynn Kolcun at Stamping with Avery’s Owlery

BLOG HOP: Pals Too Cool For School August Hop

Pals August Blog Hop

Welcome to the Pals Blog Hop for August. This month we are showing off our favorite crafting tools – those Stampin’ Up! tools that we just can’t live without. We hope you enjoy our projects!

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from stop #24, Sherrie Gross at Stampin’ Sunshine on the Pals Hop. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all of the amazing creations.

My “gotta have it” tool right now is the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch. This versatile punch is a tremendous value, because it can be used in so many different ways. Don’t let the name fool you, it’s not just for making tags! Here are five projects I’ve made recently using the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch.

Scalloped Tag Topper Punch detail 1 Scalloped Tag Topper Punch details 2

 

If you’d like a little more detail about each project, I’ve made a short video highlighting each one.

Did you notice the cute little Scalloped Tag Topper Punch treat carton? You will be amazed at how easy it is to make the carton using your Stampin’ Trimmer, the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch, and a little adhesive. The hardest part will be giving it away because it’s just so stinkin’ cute! Since it’s back to school season, wouldn’t it be a special gift to send your child to school with a small gift or treat for their new teacher? My oldest will be heading to a new preschool this year (why do they grow up so fast??) and I will be doing just that. It’s never too early to show gratitude to those who are part of our “village,” helping to nurture our sweet little ones. Who can you see yourself giving a Scalloped Tag Topper Punch treat carton to? Let me know in the comments, I bet you all have some great ideas! Below you can view my Scalloped Tag Topper Punch Treat Carton tutorial so you can learn to make your own. Be sure to subscribe to my blog and YouTube channel so you don’t miss any new ideas for the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch!

 

The next stop is #26 (Kalyn Shubnell at The Stamping Chronicles) on the Pals Blog Hop! Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you next month.

Shop Now Signature Becky Gifford The Social Stamper
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  1. Sue Becker at RnR Stamping
  2. Beth Beard at My Little Craft Blog
  3. Susan Lankford at Stamp and Create With Susan
  4. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  5. Rae Harper-Burnet at WildWestPaperArts.com
  6. Debbie Mageed at Secret Stamper
  7. Diane Roberts at Score at Four and a Quarter
  8. Jackie Diediker at Stampin’ Jackie
  9. Kelly DeTommaso at Kelly’s Creative Corner
  10. Amanda Merrill at Inkflair
  11. Shannon Hokanson at Paper Works by Shannon
  12. Amy Williams at Stamp and Spice
  13. Kerry Willard Bray at Peonies and Paper Chains
  14. Michelle Gleeson at Stampin’ Mojo
  15. Nicole Watt at Pixel Maven’s Retreat
  16. Peggy Noe at Pretty Paper Cards
  17. September Gray at SeptemberGray.com
  18. Shannon Jaramillo at EZPeasy Cards
  19. Natalie Bradley at Natalie Bradley Events
  20. Susan Itell at Simple Stampin
  21. Wendy Klein at Doggone Delightful Stampin’
  22. Lynn Kolcun at Stamping with Avery’s Owlery
  23. Nancy Gleason at My Stampin Space
  24. Sherrie Gross at Stampin’ Sunshine
  25. Becky Gifford at The Social Stamper
  26. Kalyn Shubnell at The Stamping Chronicles
  27. Lisa Ann Bernard at Queen B Creatons
  28. Martie Pollard at The Crafty Bandit
  29. Amy Hoptay at Inking of You!
  30. Kim Jolley at Stampin’ Artfully
  31. Donna Kopenski at craftycardmaker.wordpress.com
  32. Katy McGloin at Just Fun Stamping
  33. Maggie Mata at Maggie Made Cards
  34. Jane Knudsen at www.seejanestamp.com
  35. Candy Ford at Candy’s Blog
  36. Dawn Tidd at Tiddbits from Dawn
  37. Katie Ferguson at Cottage Paper
  38. Liz Gautreaux at Kind Deeds Stampin
  39. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty

 

 

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