April 17

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

Karen S. Culler

What state do you live in?

North Carolina

What is your DBWS address (other)?


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  • Thank you.  I love yours, too.  The perfect plum cards is my favorite. 

  • What have you been up to lately and how is your son doing?
  • Karen are you on Late Night Stampers? They have several.  Email me if you need to site. Thanks and cant' wait to get to Leadership it will be fun to see you again. Frances

  • Hey again Karen! I am not a computer whiz, but where do I go to Yahoo groups for the NC Demo's?? Sorry...but I really wanted to check it out! Thanks...Sandra :)
  • OK- well I just found this today- not sure where it was last night! I will check out your group- my upline is not involved with me- so I am pretty much going it alone. I have stamped for about 10 years, but only sighed up last August. Thanks and I will be in touch...if I can find my way back! LOL have a great day. SJ
  • Hi Karen! Flat Rock is in Western NC. Up I-26 right before Hendersonville/ Asheville. Flat Rock Playhouse and Carl Sandburg home are some attractions...I am about 2 hours from Charlotte and 2 hours from Columbia. Love hearing from you...tell me more! I am sort of a lone Demo here... :)
  • Karen -
    This is a variation of the Box in a bag found in resources on SCS. Start with the base first. Cut your cardstock 8 1/2 x 7 and score at 1 1/2 on all four sides. Cut one slit in each corner of the cardstock and form your box. I use sticky strip on the tabs to make the box a little more secure.
    Next, cut two strips of DP 6 x 10 1/2. These will make the sides of your bag. Again, I use sticky strip to adhere the sides to the box. Now you can add the bottom strip by cutting two strips of cardstock 1 1/2 x 10 1/2. Use your choice of punch to decorate the edge. I tried several ways of forming the closure, but this seems to work the best. I cut two top note pieces and folded in half. They are secured in place with a corduroy button on both sides. Next, I used my cropodile to place two large grommetts on each side. I cut two pieces of ribbon 13 inches and threaded through the grommets and tied to make the handles. To close, I cut a piece of satin ribbon long enough to go under the button on the back of the bag, across the top and under the button on the front and then tie in a bow. There ya go.
  • Thanks for the nice comment on my In Wilderness card, of course you can case!
  • Hey Karen - yes, still in SU, but have maybe 4 people keeping me in, plus another one every now and then. I won't be coming to QM - too much going on here - but maybe next time, if I'm still in. I just listed my house on the market - wanting to move up your way - so say a prayer for me. Looked at a house on the road you live on, and thought of you. Is that area good still?
  • Absolutely--wouldn't miss it. Will we be allowed to bring guests this time?
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