19 WOW! Picks from My Pals Stamping Community!

Today’s 19 paper crafting projects were designed by the talented members of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals Virtual Stamping Community.  Links to blogs or Pinterest have been provided (when available) for more details.

Doreen Buckmore – pinterest

Terry Betlewski

Frenchie Hum

Pamela Sadler – blog details

Beth McCullough – blog details

Patti MacLeith – blog details

Karen Hallam – blog details

Lynn Hoyt – blog details

Windy Ellard – blog details

Julie DiMatteo – blog details

Brian King – blog details

Michelle Gleeson – blog details

Lisa Ann Bernard – blog details

Lori Pinto – blog details

Debbie Mageed – blog details

Jackie Beers – blog details

Su Mohr – blog details

Alexandra Jones – blog details

Rachael Shedeed – blog details

DO IT FOR YOU!  Purchase the $99 Starter Kit and join Stampin’ Up! thru me and you’ll instantly become a member of my exclusive Stampin’ Pretty Pals Virtual Community.  It’s always a fun and pressure-free environment  and you’ll have the option to share your work in my Sunday Picks!   

THE BEST NEWS OF ALL!  I welcome hobby stampers!  The majority of the members of my Stampin? Pretty Pals Community purchased their $99 Starter Kit and joined through me for the discounts and chance to be part of my Pals virtual stamping community.  However, they STAY because of the exclusive resources available, 24/7 stamping discussion (private Facebook groups), card and paper crafting ideas, prizes, fun and friendships (all virtual) and based on THEIR schedule and level of interest!  There’s no risk, no “catch” and no penalty to drop.

Does it really matter who you join through?  YES!!  Here’s my resume!


Have a question?  I’m ready to help!  Please email me here.

I’m so glad I am a part of your Pals!

Patti – a member of the Stampin’ Pretty Pals Community

I simply adore being part of the Pals and stretching my own creativity.

Michelle – a member of the Stampin’ Pretty Pals Community

Thanks for all you do for the Pals.  You provide exceptional leadership and rock solid business advice.

Ginger – a member of the Stampin’ Pretty Pals Community

I love hearing from you!  Please leave me your questions or comments below.

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  1. What unique and innovative ideas. Way to go!!

  2. Maria Rodriguez

    Mary, your Pals are incredible and so talented as well as generous and kind to share their projects for all of us to get inspired.
    Love the videos and tips for these beautiful and creative projects.
    Thank you and your wonderful Pals for sharing.

  3. Grfeat job, Pals. Lots of inspiration for a couple of upcoming seasons and I appreciate your creativity!

  4. Your group is so creative! I LOVE all the designs, color combinations and content. Many of the ladies have wonderful extra information on their blogs and all did great work for their submissions. Lisa Ann Bernard had a video for doing the half cut die application, I found it so helpful. Su Mohr had a comment about inking the depressed side of the embossing folder. What a different look it gave her wreath. Julie DiMatteo has fabulous instructions for an awesome favor box that can be left flat until needed. There is always a plethora of information and inspiration from your entire team. TFS

  5. Mary, Mary, every time I look at your picture in that leather chair I am reminded of the childhood admonition—no shoes on the furniture.

    Silly, huh.

  6. Ooooh, Pretty Pretty Pretty, love them all , I’m felling it, the Fall is near , those are my fav colors ,
    Tfs for sharing my pals , so much inspiration, love it ,
    Hugs Frenchie ♥️

  7. WOW my friend……..Your Pals surely didn’t disappoint today. Such a FABULOUS lineup of projects. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Sandra K. Rowland

    Hi Mary. Wow you are up early! (I haven’t been to sleep yet) Everything is beautiful for the Autumn and Winter seasons. I love everything about the rest of the year, except the snow. The cards and projects in the lineup today are lovely examples; capturing a mood in a card, and conveying that “very feeling” to the recipient is a wonderful feeling for both sender and receiver of said card. Thanks, Sandra from where it snows.

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