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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Last Items From Our Demonstrator Christmas Swap

Here are the last pictures of the items from our demonstrator Sneaky Santa Christmas gift exchange.

I was the lucky person who got this glass block which was made by Rose Conkwright.  The first picture shows how she etched and embossed the glass.  The second photo shows how it looks when you turn on the lights inside the block.  I enjoy having this as one of the Christmas decorations in my home.

Teresa Goff made this vase filled with ornaments.  My photo doesn't do this project any justice.  You can barely see one of the snowflake rub ons that she added to the vase. 

Terry made this scarf using some of our Stampin' Up! exclusive fabric.  It's nice and warm with the fleece backing.  I love the fleece and fabric button on the scarf.  The big button is from our Holiday mini catalog.

It's been a lot of fun sharing the talent in our group.  Several people have asked where we get our ideas.  The answer is from many different places.  Stampin' Up! has a demonstrator-exclusive site that has over two hundred thousand samples!  There are many other Stampin' Up! websites where you can find lots of ideas using our products.  Many of us are Pinterest fans.  You can see how I got some of my ideas on my From This to That Board.  And we share projects in our monthly demonstrator meetings. These are just a few of the places where we get our ideas.  The more ideas you see regularly, the more opportunities you have to be inspired. 

If you have considered becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and would like more information, please contact me at sharon@sharoncheng.com.  We have both business-building demonstrators and hobbyists in our group.   There is a special for demonstrators who sign up during Sale-A-Bration which starts on January 24th.  You can get our starter kit at the discounted price of $125 AND a free paper pack or digital download every month for the rest of the year.  This may be the best way to use any Christmas money that you get and give yourself a gift that keeps on giving!

Creatively yours,

Sharon Cheng
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