Stampin Up

Fall Fun!

Hi there stamping friends I hope you’re having a nice weekend! The other day I had the pleasure of doing a stamping get together with some ladies at the Scotia Glenville Senior Center. I love these monthly outings where I get to meet new people!

we always make four projects and this month I brought along my September paper pumpkin kit! The ladies loved the little treat holders- they filled it with mini bags of pretzels and candy. 

And of course who doesn’t need a few cute handmade cards? With the teeny tiny wishes stamp set, everyone was able to customize this card for their own needs, and they almost all selected “happy birthday” or “thinking of you”. 

I always let my stampers customize their cards so that they’re ready to go when they get home. 

I showed the ladies how to turn this one into just an ordinary thank you card if they didn’t need a Halloween card-but guess what? They all wanted a Halloween  card! Forgot to take a picture of the inside but we stamped it with the greeting “trick-or-treat” and stamped some spooky spiders on the inside too! 


Last but not least this little cutie I fell in love with when I saw a similar card on Pinterest and I knew I need to case it… And guess what else? I decided to also turn this into one of my October club cards. 

I could not have done it without one of my wonderful downline who came to be my helper, thank you so much Brigid! It was great to have you as my assistant!! 

I hope you all have a wonderful day. I love to read your comments- it means so much to me when you take the time to jot me a little line… I would love to know which project you like the most?

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


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