May 1

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Cynthia Grigiski

What state do you live in?


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  • Happy friendship friday.  Have a great weekend

  • Hi Cindy - I tried the Mrs. Rycraft peanut butter cookie recipe you shared on the Sweet Pressed Cookie stamp discussion today, and while they tasted yummy, my impressions mostly disappeared and my cookies didn't look like your photo! I am wondering if the peanut butter makes a difference - will you please share the brand and type you used? Thanks!

  • Hi Cindy there was no where to friend you. It was just a subscribe button. thanks, Barb  ON FB as Barbara Richman Gornick but I typically just friend family and friends I know.
  • HI Cindy, not sure where to comment for the note you left me?

    Barb Gornick

  • Thanks for the wonderful comment you left about the card I created.
  • Thanks Cindy.  I will check your blog often as I love the work you do!
  • Cindy do you have a blog??
  • I saw your post on someone's discussion and I just wanted to comment on how beautiful your photo is!
  • Hi Cindy,
    i do have 8 full sheets of rich razzleberry dsp, if you are interested it would be $6.50 + shipping, if interested please email your address and i will find out what shipping is
  • Cindy - Just following up from my SAS this morning. Everyone had a great time! Five of the six people signed up came. The sixth had a new grandchild born this week so she will be a make-up! They made 8 cards; 2 each of 4 designs plus we stamped on a votive candle and made a gift bag for it. I had everything cut, scored and ready per card. Everyone worked on the same card as I just have one stamp set, ink pad, etc to pass around. But it worked well. I demonstrated little bits of the card where I felt instruction was needed and then they helped each other as the supplies went around. Then I put those supplies up and got out the next card. I started one stamp one way around the table and maybe a punch around the other way or would tell those who weren't stamping to start putting their layers together. I sold a few retired sets (purchased before joining SU) and got a couple of orders. Plus, a bonus, one woman is a elementary school principal and she asked if I would do a "class" for interested teachers one afternoon! I felt it was a profitable morning! When is your SAS scheduled?
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