Stampin' Gina | Martinez, CA

Archive for November 2010

  Isn’t this small treat holder just the cutest!!! Sharon Tong-Robinson shared this with me. It holds a mini candy bar and is a pull-out treat holder. Now is an excellent time to join Stampin’ UP because the kit is 50% off for a limited time. You get $350 in starter kit supplies for only $87.00! As a PLUS being my downline I’m always eager to share templates and patterns of anything I’ve made with our wonderful Stampin’ UP! products. My downline is also encouraged to attend my monthly group meetings where I always introduct a new technique, ideas and business ideas. To sign up visit my Stampin’ UP website: http://www.ginataylor.stampinup.net

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Sharon, our hostess at her recent 3D shoebox event for local demo’s made this adorable Santa pants treat box.
Isn’t this just so adorable! You can order the milk carton die box now through my website http://www.ginataylor.stampinup.net and I will be happy to send you the pattern to make this adorable project.

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Isn’t this the cutest punched art Santa? Sharon shared her 6×6 demo binder filled with punch art.
Join my group and I’ll be happy to share the many things you can make with our Stampin’ UP! punches.

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Maureen is a demo who lives in Vacaville. Here she is sharing her demo board of holiday treats. Awesome!

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In Sharon’s craft room we could look out her picture window and see the beautiful Golden Gate Bridge.
Beautiful!

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  Here’s part of the group who attended Sharon Tong-Robinson’s demo event yesterday in San Francisco.

Oh, be still my heart. We live 30 miles from Sharon, Sharon had San Francisco weather near 80 degrees, no fog, not a cloud in the sky and just sooo beautiful. See that window behind the group? (Two of Sharon’s walls have big windows….for a BIG reason. When we/Sharon looks out her craft area bay view window we see very clearly the beautiful Golden Gate Bridge. The other (front picture window) presented us with the most beautiful sunset at about 5:30pm.

This was a small group of 12 and we had the best fun at Sharon’s 3D shoebox event. Here Denise Waddell, my direct upline, is showing demo’ing a cute project. Denise received her 20 year award at Stampin’ UP Convention this year. Congratulations, Denise!

Thank you Sharon for opening your home to your local upline/sideline/downline demo group. My new downline drove Polly (another downline) and myself there. Thank you Cathy. She drove us there via the San Francisco Bay bridge and home via the Golden Gate Bridge. On our way home we stopped in Larkspur and enjoyed a delicious light dinner. Thank YOU Cathy for driving us.

Now is a great time to join my downline and you would be included in our next fun event! The demonstrator kit is currently 50% off giving you a great savings.

 

My San Francisco resident/very crafty friend put decor elements on her shower door! Aren’t they beautiful???? They appeared as a WOW when I entered the bathroom. I just had to take pics of Sharon’s beautiful idea. Great job, Sharon!

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