Do You Love Making
Handmade Cards?

The talented stampers of Girls, INK love Stampin’ Up!
At our next event, you will, too!

We have created 4 fabulous cards in a paper portfolio
and we want you to come and stamp with us on March 2 at the Sachse Library. Check out two of the projects:

All supplies will be provided,
(envelopes, too, of course); registration fee is $30. You can pay with Paypal
or mail a check to: Anne Brown, 2600 Clear Springs Drive, #901, Richardson, TX.  Please be sure to choose which session you want to attend.  If you’re paying by check, please note which session.


You are also welcome to pay your demonstrator directly – contact
her to do so. If you cannot attend our “live event” we will have kits available – indicate you would like this option when you register and pay. Of course, you will get door prize tickets and also be eligible for our specials!

We have 25 spots open in the morning (9-12 am) and 25 spots
open in the afternoon (1-4 pm). Projects will be the same at both sessions and
we will have door prizes and some snacks. Since our event happens
during Sale-A-Bration, we will have ordering, booking, and sign-up specials in
addition to the incentives that Stampin’ Up! Offers.

You will be stamping 2 handmade cards with the Moving Forward Stamp Set, Stampin’ Up!’s exclusive Ronald McDonald House Charities stamp set for this year. You will keep one of the cards and the other will be donated to the Dallas Ronald McDonald House.


We will be using a lot of the Spring and Sale-A-Bration
Catalog supplies and we will also be having Charlotte Prestridge demonstrating
products and techniques. Charlotte is in demand as a presenter and we are so
lucky to have her for our event!

Questions? Email anne@stampmaven.com
or ask your demo.

Register and pay by Sunday, February 10 to earn extra door
prizes and be entered in a raffle for a very special prize!

Join us on March 2nd to make your handmade cards!
Registration closes
on February 24th.

Anne Brown  The Stamp Maven  contact me  Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator


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