Twenty Two Stampin’ Up! Projects by Inkin’ Krew Featured Stampers

I’m sharing a few projects created by some of my very talented Stampin’ Up! team members with you all today.

Akiko Sudano made this pretty card.  Akiko is a team member and blogger from from Downingtown, PA.  You can see more information about this card on her blog here.  Akiko’s blog is www.stampininthemeadows.com.

Jaimie Babarczy made this fun card.  Jaimie is a team member and a blogger from Albany, NY and you can see the details for her card and find a link to her Facebook Live video showing you how she made it on her blog here.  Jaimie’s blog is www.stampitupwithjaimie.com.

Kristi Gray made this beautiful card.  Kristi is a team member and blogger from Vancouver, WA and you can see the details for her card here.  Kristi’s blog is www.stampingwithkristi.com.

Mary Deatherage made this fun card.  Mary is a team member and blogger from Fayetteville, GA and you can see more details about her project find a link to her Facebook Live video showing you how she made it on her blog here.  Mary’s blog is www.stampsnlingers.com.

Leslie Larkin created this pretty card.  Leslie is a team member and blogger from Bogart, GA. You can see more information about this project on Leslie’s blog here.  Leslie’s blog is www.leslielarkin.com.

Karen Ksenzakovic made this beautiful card.  Karen is a team member and blogger from Somerville, NJ and you can see more details about this card on her blog here.  Karen’s blog is www.creativestampingdesigns.com.

Donna Leonard made this pretty card.  Donna is a team member and new blogger from Huntsville, AL and you can see more details about this card on her blog here.  Donna’s blog is https://stampdabbles.com/.

Karen Finkle made this sweet gift box.  Karen is a team member and a blogger from N Ft Myers, FL and you can see the details about this project here.  Karen’s blog is http://karenscardkorner.blogspot.com/.

Shirley Gentry made this pretty card.  Shirley is a team member and blogger from Canton, GA.  You can see more information about her card on her blog here.  Shirley’s blog is http://stampinwithshirleyg.com/.

Clara Shore created this pretty card.  Clara is a team member and blogger from Pine Hall, NC.  You can see more information about Clara’s project on her blog here.  Clara’s blog is cardstampinwithclara.com.

Paula Vincent made this beautiful card.  Paula is a team member and blogger from Rockledge, FL.  Paula has a blog and you can find her at https://cockeyedcrafter.com/.

Terry Lynn Bright made this fantastic set of tags.  Terry Lynn is a blogger and team member from Toms River, NJ and her blog is tlsbrightspot.com.

Mary Anderson made this pretty card.  Mary has set up a business Facebook page where you can get in touch with her and she’s posted some of her other creations, you can see it here.  Mary is a stamper and team member from Carlton, MN and she also hosts card making classes in her area.

Linda Richenberg made this beautiful card.  Linda has set up a business Facebook page where you can get in touch with her and she’s posted some of her other creations as well as live videos, you can see it here. Linda is a stamper and team member from Conyers, GA.

Connie Troyer made this pretty set of cards.  Connie has set up a business Facebook page where you can get in touch with her and she’s posted some of her other creations, you can see it here.  Connie is a stamper and team member from Sugar Creek, OH.

Karen Ilsley shared this beautiful card that she created on our team Facebook page.  Karen is a stamper and team member from Columbia, MO.

Samantha Magie made this beautiful card and she shared it on our team Facebook page.  Samantha is a stamper and team member from Tulsa, OK.

Tara Carpenter made this pretty card and she shared it on our team Facebook page.  Tara is a stamper and team member from Hallsville, MO.

Susan Stanley made this beautiful ornament and she shared it on our team Facebook page.  Susan is a stamper and team member from Greensboro, GA.

Claudia Berkley made this pretty card and she shared it on our team Facebook page.  Claudia is a stamper and team member from Spanish Fort, AL.

Barb Ross made this pretty card and she shared it on our team Facebook page.  Barb is a stamper and team member from Ashland, KY.

I hope that you’ve enjoyed seeing some projects from our team members.  If you enjoyed seeing their work, please stop by their blogs to leave them a comment.  For those without blogs, feel free to leave a comment below.

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There is no commitment and no penalty if you decide that being a Demonstrator isn’t right for you.  Why not give it a try?  We have a fun Facebook page where we chat a lot and we do virtual meetings monthly and in-person meetings quarterly.

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