Swap, trade, swap …

I love meetings … demonstrator meetings. Why? It means swaps!

This time we did a shoebox swap, which means each demonstrator creates a card and we swap each others cards. I am excited to share them with you!

Here’s the swap I provided.

Note: Embossing folder used on So Saffron cardstock is no longer available.

Here’s what I used to make this card:

We also did a few make-n-takes during the meeting. I love trying out some of the other products.

The extra large kraft box is currently on the retired list. I love how easy it is to customize them to suit your needs for any occasion. 

The kraft journal is another nice item that we don’t typically think of when we say “stampin’.” As you can see, they are also very customizable, too! Oh … and also on the retired list.

And now … the swaps!!


I just love this sympathy card designed by Kay Messling. The birds are so cute sitting in the tree as they peek through this “wrap around” card.

This cute wedding card designed by Shirley Merker is “filled” with glitter … eeekkkk! If you know me, you know I shy away from glitter, but it really does fit nicely with this card and would be sad without it. So pretty!




This card designed by Jamie Jo Hubatch is a bright and happy way to bring the shine to someone’s not so sprightly day.

Isn’t the boot neat? I could see little man wearing boots like this one day. 😉

Ah hoy! Jeanne Deimund had some fun with this card. This would be a cool card to send to friends who enjoy traveling as much as we do.

I love lace! This card design by Tammy Muehlemann is another one for the wedding season. Combining the lacy designer series paper and the lace ribbon trim was a nice touch.



Lace doilies and flowers seemed to be the theme of many of the swaps. Shirley came prepared with two swaps to share.

Another job well done by all of my fellow demonstrators.

Which card is your favorite?

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