I have lots and lots of photos in this post today, so first I want to mention that if you do not see all the images, be sure to view this post on my WordPress blog at alwaysuplatestampin.wordpress.com. Some servers do not show the pictures if you are viewing this on my Stampin’ Up demonstrator website.
Just before the release of each catalog, I generally join a Demonstrator swap so that I can have plenty of samples to share with you.
In a previous post I had given an example of how a swap works, but basically I make one card design and create multiple cards of the same design and then I get a big variety of ideas in return.
I joined three different sets of swaps, so I created 3 different card designs and now I have over 33 different card designs to share with you! So please keep in mind that these are all not my designs, most of them are designs shared by my fellow demonstrators.
You may have seen this card in a previous post. This is the 1st design I swapped…
…and here are the swaps I received in return:
Next is the 2nd card I swapped…
(this was previously posted as well)
…and here are the swaps I received in return.
Finally, here is the 3rd swap card that I designed…
(I will show you the inside of this card in a future post)
…and here is the group of swaps that I received in return.
It is always a lot of fun to swap ideas with my fellow demonstrator friends. I highly encourage any stamper to join as a demonstrator. You will enjoy an instant discount on your own purchases, plus you have an opportunity to earn income as well. But the very best part of becoming a demonstrator are the friendships that you create.
I welcome you to join with me and be part of a special group of demonstrators with extended support and camaraderie. Contact me today to learn more.
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