What a fun gathering we had this month for weSTAMP! We have quite a few new gals joining our group, that is SO EXCITING!

We always start the evening off with a make and take. Stephanie came up with this fun little Halloween project! It features a medallion and would make a cute wine bottle tag or fun to hang on a cabinet knob or door! THANKS STEPHANIE! The theme for our swap was to use something from the new Holiday Mini Catalog. Here are this month’s swaps!
Linda T’s swap:Melissa’s swap:Stephanie’s swap:

Maggie’s swap:
Kathy’s swap:
Linda R’s swap:Priscilla’s swap:
Jennie’s swap:
Michelle P’s swap:Jean’s swap: Michelle A’s swap: (the button has a magnet behind it and there is another magnet tucked inside the card, VERY COOL!)

Patti’s swap:

Terri’s swap: (candy bar holder!)

Dawn’s swap: (inside the bag was a YUMMY mini loaf of pumpkin spice bread!)
Linda B’s swap:
Eileen’s swap: (Directions for this treat box can be found HERE)
When you pull the box top up, you can put the treats inside! The box top is attached, it just slides up)
Lorri’s swap (see previous post for some instructions)
The door prize was made by Stephanie! It’s the cutest little tea pot card holder!!
Would you like to be a part of this incredible group, weSTAMP? All you have to do is sign up during this awesome promotion by Stampin’ Up! You can receive the Big Shot FREE, or (if you already own it!) you can choose an EXTRA $100 in free products!! Even if you’re not local, you can still join in on the fun and participate with us! We have swaps that are open to anyone who is in weSTAMP!

I joined Stampin’ Up about 5 1/2 years ago. My biggest fear was how I was going to make the $300 minimum every quarter! My deciding factor was that I knew I was going to purchase things whether I bought wholesale or retail. So why not get the starter kit and get a jump start on awesome products at a discounted price? I signed up and even 5 1/2 years into it, I am just as excited about Stampin’ Up as the day I signed up! I hope you will consider this opportunity, but time is running out! The deadline is Monday, Oct. 31st. You can sign up on my online demonstrator site HERE.
Feel free to email me if you have ANY questions, or just want to chat about what is involved with being a demonstrator. Remember, you don’t have to hold workshops or classes! You can sign up just for the discount and be a hobbyist demonstrator! Also, minimums aren’t due until March 31st, 2010, if you decide to continue your demonstratorship.