Jun 13 2009

Madison’s surprise box

I have been crazy busy in the past week… with my daughter Lauren’s first communion, Megan’s birthday party, Megan’s figure skating lessons, workshops, classes etc…  Didn’t even have the time to go to the gym! Today, my daughter Megan was going to a girl friend’s birthday party.  Madison turned 10 yesterday.  Happy birthday Madison! While I was looking at my new 2009-2010 stampin’up! catalogue while taking a bath ( the only place where I get a few minutes for myself,  lol, it came to me to create a surprise box for Madison where I could give her a gift card loaded with minutes for her new IPod touch, a picture of her with Megan from last weeks birthday party and more pictures of Madison and her friends.  What better way of giving Madison all these pictures, the Sizzix 3D ball!

The link below will show you just how easy it is to create this 3D ball! (Click on Pop-up ball video below)

I sure will miss this amazing Rockability Specialty designer paper and the 2008-2009 retiring in-colors

All supplies Stampin’ Up!


Cardstock: Basic Black, Whisper White, Ridding hood red, kiwi kiss, rockability specialty designer paper

Ink: ridding hood red, basic black

Accessories: Big Shot, Pop up 3D, scallop oval punch, oval all stamp set in French (En ovale), Dimensionals, Crop a dile, Paper Piercer, Mat Pack,button bouquet, kiwi kiss very vanilla satin ribbon,hemp twine, rubberband

 Picture below Megan (left) and Madison (right)

There is still time to earn all these retiring stamp sets, in colors and accessories by booking a party before June 30th.  Also you will receive extra bonus stampin’money to spend.  Contact me to get full details.  kim@riverfrontstampin.com

Details how easy it is to host a show here

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  1. Cindee Wilkinsonon 19 Jun 2009 at 11:19 am

    Your pop-up ball is really cute! I did one for a niece that was graduating from high school, only I left the ball blank and gave her the templete to put photos of her friends. She loved it and couldn’t wait to add the photos. I thought this would be a great keepsake.

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