Mar 25, 2010

I follow this blog, can you tell me which Stampin Up demonstrator these photos belong to?

Leave a post with your name and e-mail address or your blog address to be in my drawing!

May God bless you and your family,
Sherrill Graff
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my recruit password is scrapbook1


Janny said...

This photo belongs to Linda Aarhus at
I agree, the clear stamp storage is more space friendly, but I'm not crazy about working with them yet.
Please enter me in your drawing
stampinjanny at gamil dot com

Hi, I'm Lee Conrey! said...

I love the idea of being storage friendly and how they stamp. Just my humble opinion. My customers love them as well.I think the trick is to make sure your blocks are clear and to press down onto the block for 5-8 seconds to achieve a great cling.
Love them!!
My blog address is:
I'd love to be entered into the contest!!!
Thanks for your generosity Sherill!

stampingmadly said...

I love the clear mount sets and their storage advantage. Of course, I use both and even chose Awash with Flowers in wood mount because I use the Stamp-a-ma-jig with two step stamps. So there is room for both kinds in my studio.
My blog: Love your contests, thanks.

Roberta said...

The photo belongs to Linda Aarhus. I like the storage of the clear mount, but I like the ease of the wood mount better. You don't have to mount a stamp everytime you want to use it.

-Roberta Smith

A Touch of SOL said...

The pick belongs to the Lovely Linda Aarhus. I also follow her blog. She is a GREAT asset to the RBT. I love the new clear mount stamps and ALL the space they can save you...
Marisol Gutierrez

Debby said...

They belong to Linda Aarhus. And what lovely pages they are.
I am just getting into the clear stamps from SU haven't tried them yet my order will be here on Wed. next week. But others I have tired I do like, but the storage that SU uses for them rocks!
Please enter me in the drawing.
Angel hugs
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Jayne S. said...

This one I could find! (But I have to admit, I found it by reading her watermark on the lower left corner of the picture.) It's Linda Aarhus's blog - polkadotsandpaper (looks like polkadot - sandpaper!)

(Still can't find the other one with the beautiful rose...)
~Jayne S.
Schoolcraft, MI
Visit my Facebook page: Stamping With Jayne

MichelleK said...

The photo is from Linda Aarhus. I am beginning to love the clear stamps! So much space and I save $$ to buy more stamps!

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