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Blizzard of Fun

Hello! Thank you for visiting our blog. We have been busy trying to get back to normal routine around here after our fun and fantastic time at OnStage Live in Orlando. This is was Stampin' Up!'s 30th year anniversary and us demonstrators got so spoiled.

Below is an image of our card we made for our team swap. I love the pretty blues on the white, reminds us of our favorite thing to do in the winter, watching a blizzard while in the comfort of our warm home! We wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!

~Nancy and Kayla


  • Pacific Point Cardstock (146987)

  • Whisper White Cardstock (101650)

  • Night of Navy Ink Pad (147110)

  • Balmy Blue Ink Pad (147105)

  • Dark Night of Navy Blends Pen (144039)

  • Pearls (144219)

  • Beautiful Blizzard Stamp Set (w-148565, c-148562)


  1. Cut Pacific Point Cardstock 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" score at 4-1/4" and fold for card base.

  2. Cut Whisper White Cardstock to 5-1/4" x 4"

  3. Stamp the sentiment in Night of Navy ink.

  4. Stamp your background images 1st generation and 2nd generation in Balmy Blue Ink. (Stamp image once on cardstock then again with out re-inking stamp to get 2nd generation image.)

  5. Stamp the snowflakes in Night of Navy ink.

  6. Color 3 pearls with the Night of Navy blends pen and attach to cardstock.

  7. Use your favorite adhesive and attach stamped cardstock to card base.

As we mentioned before, we got spoiled at OnStage Live in Orlando! We got plenty of free Stamp sets and Stampin'Up! gear. That was only from Stampin' Up! Our upline Rachel Tessman and Susan Campfield also made us cute gifts. We're so thankful for spending time with fellow demonstrators during our first trip to Florida! Watch out for our next blog post to see more details about what we received and what we gave as gifts to our team.



kayla & nancy

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