August 4, 2013

Spotlight Sunday!

What is one of the greatest perks when you join Stampin' Up! to become a demonstrator? For me it has been all of the friends I have made either through my own classes and workshops and also by belonging to the same community of stamping, making friends through blogging and team companionships. I have three beautiful cards for you today that were created by my "Sideline" Christine Pennington. What is a sideline? First let me start by telling you how the whole "umbrella" of Stampin' Up! works. You join to become a demonstrator by choosing to sign up under an:
  • Upline, you are then considered a:
  • Downline of that Upline. When you have several Downlines that branch off from the same Upline you:
  • Are part of that relationship to all Downlines who are called Sidelines!
Does that make sense? So a Sideline is sort of like being cousins. I met Christine through our team's personal Facebook page. We've shared correspondence and I asked if she would like to be featured on my blog. I love the cards she sent me to post:


All three of these cards were made with the brand new stamp set called "Joyful Christmas" from the new "Holiday Catalog":


Christine hosted a class where her girls made all three of these cards:

 
I hope you have enjoyed Christine's cards! I know I have. I can't even pick a favorite as they are all gorgeous! Thanks so much Christine for being part of my Spotlight Sunday!

It's HERE!
EARLY BIRD signups for the
Create with Connie and Mary
Fall Collection 2013

have begun!
 
Thanks for stopping by to visit!


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8 comments:

  1. Wow...these are so gorgeous and colorful. Thank you for sharing Christine and Debbie. Nicely done!

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  2. I need to add this stamp set to my wishlist now!!

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  3. They are all so awesome! I think I like the 1st one Christine did, love the antique brad in the center.

    Ter ;)

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  4. Three brilliant cards Christine. What a great class that must have been.
    Mary

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  5. Love the Christmas cards you made with this set!

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  6. Thank you for sharing these wonderful cards...such a great stamp and would not have given it much thought til I started seeing what others have done with it....not on my want list!!! She is very creative....love each of her cards with just one stamp!

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  7. Thank you for the highlight! Honored to call you my "cousin". :-)

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  8. Beautiful!! These really make that stamp shine!!

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