Friday, June 12, 2009

Look at what I got!!

Today's post is going to be different from what I usually do. Today, I want to tell you about a group that I am in and share some things that I have gotten. I belong to a group called SUDEMOONLY.
This is a community of Stampin' Up! demonstrators in both the US and Canada who enjoy the opportunity to brighten another demo's day! They had an activity that you could participate in called Spring Fling. You were matched up with another demo and then you had two assignments per week for a month to complete. When the month was over, you mailed everything to your partner. Well, I got to know the sweetest demo from California. Her name is Karen Christensen. Here are some of the projects that she made and sent to me.

The first two are of a gift card holder. Karen used Certainly Celery, Pretty in Pink and Tea Party DSP. She also used the Great Friend stamp set. Even though we just met, we share a love of coffee and she surprised me with a Starbucks gift card. How cool is that!
The next project is a refrigerator magnet could be used as a hostess gift. Karen used Sweet Always DSP and images from Goody-Goody Gumdrops. The next assignment was to alter something. Karen made me the cutest keychain out of a dominoe. I love the color and the bling. After I took the picture, I immediately put it on my keyring. And the last project I am going to show you are two 6x6 scrapbook pages. She knows I love the beach and these will look great in my "Beach Scrapbook".

Ok that is enough for now. I want you to come back so you can see the other projects that Karen made. I hope you enjoyed them as much as I have.


A Touch of SOL said...

You deserve all those lovely gifts...I am coffee junkie too except because I am still nursing it has to be decaf..I belong to SUDEMOSONLY man I missed that Spring Fling...will definitely sign up next time...

Jenna Cotton said...

How fun! All of your gifts are great! The giftcard holder is too pretty!

kchristensen said...

It's so nice to see my projects on your blog. I had lots of fun doing them for you and getting to know you better. Miranda, my DD, was a good helper too.

Kelly said...

Don't you just love getting fun mail? These would have brightened up anyone's day. I'm glad you got to meet such a talented lady.