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Stampin' Up! is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. One of the ways we are celebrating as a company is with the theme "Love it. Live it. Share it." I'm blessed to be able to do all of these things nearly everyday in my job as a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Some of these days involve more of the "share it" making these days extra special. Today was one such day. 

I spent the morning with one of my favorite "littles". Ainsley is on spring break from school, so she stayed with me while her mommy went to her little brother Ben's and Griffin's "Spring Hat Parade" at their preschool. I'm not sure who had more fun, them or us.

Our morning started with a yummy yogurt snack Ainsley brought for us. We chatted and planned our craft project for the day. We decided we'd make an Easter banner for her family since theirs kept falling down. Lol. She keeps it real! Their banner says "Happy Easter" so ours needed say something different.  We chose our colors, got out our tools and supplies, and got right to work. Of course, to us it doesn't really feel like work when we are having so much fun doing something we love. PS...We did have to text Ainsley's mommy to tell her not to pick her up too soon. 

Take a look at a few of the pictures from our time together and the banner we made. I think you're going to like it and what it says. Ainsley was very excited to hang her Easter banner up at home to surprise her dad and her brothers.

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Our "we're about to craft" selfie! Ainsley said we need to smile big with our mouths open! 

 

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Ainsley's a very good Big Shot Operator!

 

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Ainsley trying to decide what to do with the little bit of sparkly blue ribbon she found.

 

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A treasure to take home...Clear Faceted Buttons. You would have thought I was giving her diamonds!

 

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Our completed Easter banner!

 

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The Easter banner is now hung up (and it's not falling down). Ainsley looks so happy and proud in this picture her mom sent me. I'm sure 4 year old Ben and Griffin will be excited to see it!

 

Below are some of the products we used to make our Easter banner. Remember Sale-A-Bration ends this Saturday, March 31st. You can get exclusive Sale-A-Bration products free with your qualifying order of $50 or $100 or more. Shop Now using this link https://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/category/100010/sale-a-bration?dbwsdemoid=2041349

If you'd like to get several things or a high-priced item like the Big Shot or Large Letter Framelits Dies Ainsley and I used today, purchasing the Starter Kit is the way to go. You choose $125 in Stampin' Up! products (not including shipping & tax) and pay just $99 plus tax...no shipping charges on the Starter Kit. In addition, when you purchase the Starter Kit by March 31st, the last day of Sale-A-Bration 2018, you get to choose two stamps sets from the Annual and/or the Occasions Catalog absolutely free! That's right, two stamp sets, any price, FREE! Purchasing the Starter Kit truly is THE BEST DEAL! Contact me or Join Now at http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/maryknabe/jointhefun

Product List

Big Shot
$110.00
Banners Framelits Die
Banners Framelits Die
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$27.00

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Joyce Lutterbie

Looks like SO much fun!

Sharon Shreve

That is adorable. I might have to make a banner, today. LOL if I have time

Mary Knabe

Yes, it was great fun, Joyce. Sharon, if you get a banner made take picture for me.

Jennifer Gilbert

Great post! Love the photos and the banner! Yay you two!

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