Want to know a secret?!

 


  This special site isn’t up and running just yet but we hope to have it up soon! Connie and I have some special tutorials and videos that we are working on. You’re going to LOVE hanging out with the Stampin’ Girls! More details will be coming soon!  


 

There is something NEW and EXCITING coming to Stamping Jo!

 

 Beginning Wednesday, and every Wednesday, I am going to be sharing my website with a fellow Stampin' Up demonstrator, Connie Stewart, who will be sharing her ideas with all of us.  I am thrilled to be working with Connie and can't wait to learn from her!

 

 

A little about Connie Stewart – Connie is a Stampin' Up demonstrator from the United States, specifically Oklahoma (you know the song so just go ahead and sing it).  

 

Connie has been a US demonstrator for 10 years and has earned a spot in the Top 100 US Demonstrators for 3 years in a row.  She is also a designer for Paper Crafters Sampler.  You may have seen her videos on YouTube over the past few months – close to 2,000 stampers have!  

She is known for her very unique quick card technique called "Flash Cards" and she will be sharing this technique with us too.

 

Her other passion is making boxes and has created an original Box Maker Shim for our Simply Scored Board.  You're going to love making that!  Connie is the mom of 2 girls, Christina (16) and Ginny (11) and has been married to her knight in shining armor for 21 years.  As a family, they are big into the theatre, more specifically musical theatre.  Connie says, "Life is just one big show tune, after all"

 

 

Want to see more of Connie's stamped art?  Check out her website at www.SimplySimpleStamping.com.  You'll see why I am so excited to work with her!

 

 

We can't wait to start this fun adventure together on Wednesday!

Comments

  1. How Exciting!

  2. How exciting I follow her on Utube. Great enthusiasm and ideas.

  3. I'm pretty excited too! 🙂

  4. Carol Carriveau says:

    Tjphanks you for the great video…sadly I am often late getting my card done and forget to decorate my envelope…thank you for these easy to follow tips!

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