A Whole Lot of Lovely Thank You Card

I love being a demonstrator with Stampin’ Up!  Every other month, demonstrators receive Stampin’ Success in the mail–it’s one of the demonstrator perks!!!

Many of our stamp club projects come directly from the demonstrator magazine.

Like this one for July’s Saturday Morning Stamp Club…

Here’s the actual card we made…

For the banners, you need 3 strip of cardstock.
1.  Whisper White 3-3/4 x 2
2.  Hello Honey 4-1/2 x 1
3.  Neutrals Color Collection DSP in Crumb Cake 5 x 1-1/2

Using the Banner Triple Punch you will cut out a notch on the end of each strip from the steps above. The Banner Triple Punch does all three sizes!!!!

Same card, different sentiment…

Don’t forget to stamp your envelope!

 Supplies:
A Whole Lot of Lovely Host Stamp Set
Crumb Cake Cardstock and Envelopes
Whisper White Cardstock
Calypso Coral Ink
Delightful Dijon Ink and Cardstock
White Bakers Twine
Neutrals Color Collection DSP Stack
Triple Banner Punch

You can shop for all these items and more at www.mariamitsdarfer.stampinup.net

Where do you get inspiration?  It’s all around us–if you keep an open heart and open mind!!!

Happy Stamping!  Keep Shining, Maria

Welcome to Shimmer in the Sunlight!

Why Shimmer in the Sunlight ?

Because I like things that are bright and shiny – whether it’s for a card, scrapbook page, craft project or jewelry to accentuate an outfit!

Because someone told me to “keep shining!” A little phrase that has had a big impact on my life — I think of it often!!

“Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and

praise your Father in heaven.” (Matthew 5:16)

Because I try to be positive and look on the bright side even when it’s raining!

“A cheerful heart is good medicine.” (Proverbs 17:22)

Because when I see, or think of Sunlight, I think of Jesus.  Jesus, who is the Lord and Savior of my Life.

“The Lord is my light and my salvation — whom shall I fear?” (Psalm 27:1)

Because I like things that are bright and shiny — oh, I already mentioned that!!!

Keep shining, Maria