Favorite Projects of 2018!

Happy Monday Dreamers!

It’s officially the last day of 2018! I hope this post finds you well. Have any big plans for the new year?

Today I wanted to drop in and share with you some of my favorite projects since becoming a demonstrator back in August of 2018! I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to be inspired by so many great people, which has led me to create some wonderful cards!

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  1. This was one of the first Stampin’ Up! projects that I had ever completed. It was made using the July Paper Pumpkin kit that was included in my starter kit and I LOVED this kit. In fact, this project still sits on a shelf on my wall and I take it to craft shows with me often.

  2. One of the first Christmas cards I made for 2018 season, and it was later used as part of my December 2018 class.

  3. A look at my November 2018 class projects. The bag and card were inspired by Rhonda Wade and the other things are little K Cup holders I got from a tutorial on YouTube.

  4. The card made for my October 2018 Halloween themed class. I absolutely loved that particular suite in the holiday catalog.

  5. Another Christmas card made using the (now retired) Snowflake Showcase card. Was inspired by another demonstrator and then adapted the card for my needs.

  6. I LOVE using the Tiny Treat box! This little project was a part of my December card class.

  7. Thank you cards I had made for some customers! I LOVE that Buffalo Check stamp and I am SO GLAD that it will be carried over after the holiday catalog goes away.

  8. A look at my November 2018 Paper Pumpkin projects! Buffalo Check/ Plaid happens to be one of my favorite patterns in almost any color combination, so this kit was right up my alley!

  9. Some seasonal cards I made for my first Craft Fair as a SU demo! I tried out some different color combinations on this one.

  10. This was another Christmas card made this month to give out. They were inspired by another demonstrator and then adapted. I gave the blue ones to some of my coworkers at GameStop.

I cannot wait to see what 2019 brings for me as both a crafter and a demonstrator. I have high hopes for the coming year, but I cannot thank each and every one of you enough for your love and support throughout this entire journey. I honestly couldn’t do it without ya’ll!

I hope you guys have a great New Years Eve and stay safe. I think we’re staying home tonight, spending the evening playing Pokemon Let’s Go on our Nintendo Switches while avoiding the crazy people that will be out tonight. I am thankful we live on a quiet cul de sac with a bunch of retired people!

Until next time!