One of the things most demonstrators do at Stampin' Up! events is swap – and I totally forgot about it until today.  We're leaving Thursday for the regional on Friday, so I'm not sure how many I'll get done.  I have a couple I started, and my favorites involve a lot of watercoloring.  Right now, I'm looking for quick and simple.


I kind of like this one, but it needs something.  I think it's because it's only a card front – and it needs another layer.  I'm not sure it can handle being ripped apart again, though.  The first ones had Early Espresso as the back layer – but I spritzed with Gold Glow smooch spritz.  It just didn't do it for me, you know?  So I switched to Cherry Cobbler, which I like better.  But, still….it needs something at the bottom. 

I'm starting to think I'm just not a "swapper" at heart.  Oh, well….here are the supplies –

Stamp Set:  Delightful Decorations
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler classic
Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla card stock; Deck the Halls designer series paper
Other:  Big Shot, Northern Flurry embossing folder, ornament punch, stampin' dimensional, scallop trim border punch, Victoria crochet trim

Thanks for stopping in!  Don't forget the technique class tomorrow.  Our techniques for this month are Faux Tile and the "Dryer sheet" techniques. 

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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1 Response to Swapping

  1. Karen says:

    I like it the way it is but what if you put the poinsettia on the bottom? Looking forward to tomorrow.


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