Did you know Stampin’ Up! is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year? That’s quite an anniversary to recognize. The company was started by Shelli Gardner and her sister in their home with the goal of helping women and sharing the love of creativity. Stampin’ Up! now exists in eleven countries  around the world. 

To celebrate, Stampin’ Up! staff plan to visit 35 demonstrator events in its markets throughout the world. I completed an application and Stampin’ Up! attended the team meeting of Kim’s Paper Krafters on Saturday, April 15, in Mesa, Arizona. We were so excited to be chosen. Kevin Lunt visited, spoke, answered questions, and gave us a small gift. (Do you love our T-shirts? Our team member Gina made all of these for us.)

See this Facebook post for other fun photos.

As part of the commemoration, Kevin chose one swap card to take back to Utah for display. Here is our stamper, Sandy Mahar, with Kevin below. She created a light up card with the Light the Way Bundle.

Stampin' Up! 35 for 35 Celebration

Today, I’m sharing the other swap cards that were presented. Enjoy these handmade cards created by some talented demonstrators. Be sure to watch the video below to get another look at these cards.


35 for 35 Celebration Video

Doesn’t this look like fun? Although all of our team meetings don’t include visits from Stampin’ Up! home office staff, they are a lot of fun. They include a lot of stamping, learning, chatting, and making new friends. If you’re not local, we have an active team Facebook group where we host challenges, share card ideas, and meet virtually each month.

We’d love to have you join us. With Stampin’ Up!’s Starter Kit receive $125 worth of any product you choose for just $99 + tax (and it’s all shipped free). Then, begin earning a discount on your future purchases. There’s no need to host parties or workshops, unless you want to. I know you’ll want to share your creations with your friends. Click here to get started. Or contact me for more information. 

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