July 28, 2016

Sharing the Joy

Happy Thursday everyone! I pray you are all enjoying your summer so far? It sure has been a warm one, that's for sure, but I'm not complaining! It sure beats winter! Anyway, I just wanted to share the fun we had last evening making my God-daughters baby shower invitations! I think that is actually the BEST part of this craft! It's the bonds and the memories you make interacting with others in the craft and getting others involved with you.

Being a part of the SU family allows you to share so much with others and what a great feeling that is. We had so much fun last night, laughing, chatting and of course stamping and before you knew it, we had 40 invitations, along with 40 coordinating envelopes completed and ready to go into today's mail! How's that for coordination! We set everything up assembly line style and everyone was assigned a task, and together we knocked it out of the park! And look at those smiles! My very best friend in the world and my 2 gorgeous God-daughters! I'm so blessed! And here is the end result:
If you've never gathered to stamp with others, you have no idea what you are missing! Give it a try and share the joy! I promise, you won't regret it. Yes, there will be "mistakes" but you know what, if you're looking for perfect, buy a Hallmark! But if you're looking to make memories, bonds and connections, stamp with others. Attend a class, a club or just invite your friends and family to join you. I promise, you will have so much fun! So, go out there and share the joy!
Happy Stamping,

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