Toil & Trouble DSP for a Creative Halloween

Happy Autumn, Happy October, Happy New Stampin' Up! Year, my Stampin' Friends! 

October is such a great month. I love seeing the color of the leaves change from shades of green to brilliant yellows, oranges, and reds. I enjoy the crisp cool temperatures, especially when the sun is shining brightly and the sky is a beautiful blue. I love college football season and wearing my Scarlet and Gray (Go Buckeyes!). I enjoy decorating for Halloween and welcoming trick-or-treaters. (I've got several specials ones back in the Cincinnati area.) And I especially love the excitement and challenge of a new Stampin' Up! year. 

At this time, I like to reflect back on the past Stampin' Up! year…what I liked or enjoyed the most, what I learned, and what I'd like to do differently in my business in the coming year. Change can come from need or desire. Learning from the past and accepting change help us grow both personally and professionally, sometimes more, sometimes less.

Thinking of the past year is the first step I take in setting new goals for myself. This year, I am challenging myself in new ways and setting some pretty high goals that will require lots of planning, hard work, and commitment. I want to increase my sales to a new personal high. I want to increase my team in both size and title performance, and I want to reach the next levels of my demonstratorship, Gold and Gold Elite. 

I thank you all for your encouragement, support, and friendship you have shown me in my 10 years as a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Please know that I appreciate you and do not take you for granted. I look forward to more stamping and creating with you.

Since moving from Cincinnati to Columbus, I've decided to continue to host stamp classes and other events in the Cincinnati as well as work on building a customer base and class schedule in my new community of Westerville and the Columbus area. This will be quite an undertaking to schedule as I also started a new job as a caregiver with Visiting Angels. I'll be striving to post more consistently to my social media sites and will introduce Online Classes or Classes to Go. Of course, working with my Merry Stampers Team of Demonstrators is also ranks high on my to do list. 

I'll certainly be grateful for any and all of your encouragement and support as I embark on a brand new year in my Stampin' Up! life!

Now, let's get down to business! All week long, I'll be featuring the Toil & Trouble Suite with cards and projects that all your ghosts, goblins, princesses, and super heroes are sure to enjoy. Today's cards feature the Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper  with its bright colors and darling graphics as seen below. Be sure to download the PDF tutorial below.



Download Project Sheet – Trick or Tweet Card with Toil

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