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Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Life at Home: Taking a Break

Lots of miles on the road for this Stampin' Up! Demonstrator during the past week.  Not that I'm complaining!  I am truly blessed! 

After a great time at Stampin' Up! Leadership last weekend, the hubs and I decided to hit the road this weekend to our little getaway in the Ozarks. 

If you are a fan of Ink and Inspirations on Facebook, you probably saw a little video clip of me out enjoying some sunshine.  Even though it was a bit chilly, it was a gorgeous weekend!

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Feeding the big trout at Roaring River State park
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Icicles along the ridge, Roaring River State Park

It was a wonderful weekend.  We enjoyed quiet evenings and watched some movies from our DVD collection.  Last night, we watched a "Something's Gotta Give" with Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, and Keanu Reeves.  We had some good laughs with that one!

We hit the road early this morning and I type this post as we travel.  Hope you have a wonderful Sunday.  Before I close, I wanted to share this gift that my dear friend and roomie, Beverlee, gave me at Leadership.



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Altered Ruler using Stampin' Up! specialty window sheet

Isn't it adorable?  She attached the strip of window sheet with Sticky Strip on the back of the clear ruler.  A sweet bow of Strawberry Slush ruffled ribbon trim adds the finishing touch. Love it!

I'll sign off for now.  Enjoy your day!  This Stampin' Up! demonstrator is moving on down the road!



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