Writing a daily blog is one of the highlights of my day. I enjoy sharing with you. But someday's, like all writers, I experience a mental block. It's not that there isn't anything to share, but that there's so much to share!
Speaking of sharing...that's what it's all about. It's more than just paper and ink...don't get me wrong, I *LOVE* paper and ink!...but it's bringing women together to share. I have a club that has met every month for over a year and half. This is a group of 10+ amazing ladies, who get together to craft, but also to share our lives and our stories together. Over the last year and half, we've celebrated engagements, graduations, new jobs, and new babies. We've also held each other up in times of frightening diagnoses and loss of family members. We've built a community of stampers who are the embodiement of Stampin' Up!'s Statement of the Heart.
When I teach new classes, I always talk about our club and how we've all come together. How it's about friendship and women supporting each other...oh and we do some stamping, too! 🙂 But mostly, I talk about how wonderful it is to get together and share our time and our talents, and be able to send a little bit of ourselves out into the world for others to enjoy. We talk about the power of the written word and the ability we have to brighten someone's day, offer compassion, and celebrate life's milestones simply because we took the time to post a handmade card in the mail.
Won't you join me and my community of stampers? Every 2nd Sunday of the month, from 2-4pm, I hold a card class that's just perfect for the beginner stamper. Experienced stampers will learn new techniques as well. Best of all, we just have fun being together and sharing. If you're interested in coming, just let me know by emailing me.
Here are other ways to get involved my stamping community. Click on the images to learn more.
I can't wait to see you!
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