Yesterday I played hookie from the last hour of work to join the Stampin’ Up! CEO, her kids, the SU! staff, and a whole bunch of demonstrators and customers for the Day of Service event. Actually, I worked through lunch so I wasn’t really being “bad”. 🙂 This picture shows the first batch of cards that I assembled as part of the event. To be perfectly honest, I got started on these at the event, and then finished them up early this morning. I have paper and sentiments cut so that I can make a bunch more, which I hope to get to this long weekend. During the event Sara shared that the COVID-19 Giveback had reached the $200K milestone on Thursday morning which is awesome! If you want to purchase the download of these fun greetings, you can use this link to access it.
This card is my personal favorite of the first batch of cards. I adore the sentiment because it brings a smile to my face. Sadly, my “homebody” work hasn’t been good during the last 2 months, but I am taking steps to improve (pun intended). For my cards from the event I decided to go a little beyond the instructions that we were provided in advance. (You can see them here). I followed the same cutting instructions, but then sub-cut the 3 3/4″ x 5″ pieces to feature two patterns of DSP on a card front. I also added a mat for the DSP and sentiments to add some more color. I dug through my retired ribbons to find some coordinating ribbons, which adds to my satisfaction with my creations.Product List