May 31, 2010

recycle your old CD's into Jewelry or elements to add to handmade greeting cards or scrapbook pages by sherrill graff

Old CD's and a little imagination

if you have been reading my latest posts, yesterday I showed you how to make multi layered embossing easy and fun! Today this sample is made with an old CD. The CD was a really pretty light green/teal and it's beautiful with embossed leaves on it!

Please leave a message and tell me what you think

Photo take outside with better lighting

The back is not pretty, but to works!

Want to come to one of my events in Las Vegas Nevada during June? Just E-mail me and I'll send you an event calendar so you can join us for some fun!!!

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

May 30, 2010

Stampin Sunday Inspiration - Learn~ inspire~Serve~ teach

Saturday I was looking around on stampin connection a Ning group for Stampin Up demonstrators and saw this color combination. The demonstrator was showing a one sheet wonder technique. So today after church I thought I'd play around and see if I could help each of you L.I.S.T. Learn~ inspire~Serve~ teach

The splatter background stamp has been one of my favorites for years! The other stamp came from a stamp set we were given at Stampin Up's Leadership or Regionals this year.
We all appreciate FREE stamps!
For a workshop I would have taught just how to make the paper, then I'd have them make it into a 2 easy cards, one to keep and one to donate to the Ronald McDonald House.

To turn this easy workshop project into a Class I'd add a little heat embossing.

I'd have them sponge the mustard ink around the edges, then I'd add some embossed splatters to dress up the page!

Rub the edge with the edge of the Encore pad to create a finished look.
Now to add a "sherrill touch" I'll teach you something cool....
Cover your cookie sheet with aluminum foil. Heat your oven to 350 degrees
The put little piles of gold embossing powder on the foil. Turn your oven off before you put
the cookie sheet in the oven. (it helps reduce the chance for fumes and in my case... with a gas oven, I never want to take any chances... lol)

Take the cookie sheet out and let the puddles cool

Then peel the cooled puddles off the foil. Peel the foil back to keep your the embossing from cracking. Keep reading for the rest of this technique

You will need your heat gun, a Encore pad (or a versamark ink or stampin up craft ink pad)
Ink up your stamp, heat your embossing until you can easily blow it around with your heat tool. Then press the stamp into the liquid embossing, HOLD YOUR STAMP IN PLACE until it cools enough to peel it away. Touch the back of the cardstock to see if it's cool enough. It will still be a bit warm but you can easily leave your finger there.

Lift the stamp and look how cool the image is. This stamp because of it's bold lined image is perfect for this technique. The technique is call multi layered embossing.
Trace the hodge podge hardware over the embossed image then trim it with scissors
Due to the thickness of the embossing, your matching punch will not be able to be used.
Use your wide ribbon and a brad to secure the hodge podge element for your page.

Secure the brads through the holes in the hodge podge piece, Cut the ribbon at a angle so it will not show from the front. If I would have used my Stampin Up ribbon scissors, the ribbon would not have frayed.
I love it added to the page... what do you think?

Here it is on a card as well. Add a saying and it would be perfect. I didn't add a saying yet because these projects are for June events and I wanted to wait to see the discontinued stamp set list before adding a saying to this sample.

See your demo's website on June 1st for the retiring lists! Then hurry and get what you need on the accessory list because the items Go very FAST!

With the embossing chips I made by melting the embossing on the aluminum foil, store the chips in a baggie and take them to your workshops. When I taught this at workshops, customers could not get enough of our embossing powders!

I sincerely hope you enjoyed this Sunday inspiration, I am thankful for such an enjoyable way to spend the afternoon.

I challenge you to L.I.S.T. Learn~ inspire~Serve~ teach by sharing something you have made this week!
Feel free to leave a post with your blog address so others can come see what you have created.

May God bless you and your family, Sherrill Graff

Website: my recruit password is scrapbook1

Sherrill Graff Boot Camp- step by step assignments that will help you make your hobby your REAL business!

I want to thank you for your desire to build your Stampin Up business. 
I'm so glad you joined us here. 
If you are a stampin up customer, contact your Stampin Up demonstrator today to join their team. 
Being a demonstrator for these wonderful products is exciting. 
Not only do you receive a discount on every purchase but you receive income from every sale! 
We also have a generous hostess program. 
If you are not sure about joining the company just yet, you may decide to host your own workshop. 
Please contact your Stampin Up demonstrator.  

This is a 4 week self paced course Designed to train the team of Sherrill Graff and her SU Demo friends (it should take you 4 weeks to complete all the assignments) 
Go to the group home page, click on messages and start reading. 
You may print the messages that you wish to work on so they are easier to keep track of. 
May I suggest you start with assignments 1-13.  Stampin Up demonstrators and team members who have completed all 4 weeks have improved their business by growing their contact list, increasing their customer base, selling more product, and growing their teams.  Everyone who has completed boot camp has seen positive results. You can stay on boot camp as long as as you wish!  Life happens...If you decide not to remain on boot camp for any reason you may leave at any time but you may wish to print out the assignments before you go so you can work on them at your leisure.  Have a fun adventure and hold on tight, you are in for the ride of your life  Quotes from past members:  "I have had so much fun on boot camp, I did things I didn't know I could do. My team is growing and my sales are much better than they were, thank you!"  "Boot camp was a real eye opener for me. I found ways to use my time wisely. I was able to rekindle friendships and build my customer base. I have a renewed excitement for what I do!"

First 13 assignments for May boot camp. Please print them out and check them off as you do them.

I have often thought that some of the most common little things in our lives are the minutes that pass in each hour of the day. For each human being, time is indeed an indispensable resource. It can neither be ignored nor altered. We are compelled to spend it at a fixed rate of 60 minutes every hour. No spigot can be installed to regulate its flow, and no refilling device can replenish its quantity.

The question is not one of managing the clock, but one of managing ourselves with respect to the time we have. Each minute is a little thing and yet, with respect to our personal productivity, to manage the minute is the secret of success.

assignment 1.) Take the time to identify eight 15 minute blocks of time in each day for the entire week.
Important little things that merit our attention are the small acts of service we perform for our fellowmen
Do you take the time to remember some of the simple courtesies that are so important in relationships with others? Do you remember the smile, the compliment, the positive note, and the word of encouragement? We should do these important little things without hesitation.

assignment 2.) Make a list of the people you associate with. Start with the people you see and talk to each and every day. Next make a list of the people you would see each week like your child's teacher, the teller at the bank, your postman and the waitress at your favorite restaurant. Then make a list of the people you haven't seen or spoken to in a while and would like to take the time to just say hello and see how they are doing.

Spencer W. Kimball said:
I have learned that it is by serving that we learn how to serve. When we are engaged in the service of our fellowmen, not only do our deeds assist them, but we put our own problems in a fresher perspective. When we concern ourselves more with others, there is less time to be concerned with ourselves. So often, our acts of service consist of simple encouragement or of giving mundane help with mundane tasks, but what glorious consequences can flow from mundane acts and from small but deliberate deeds! God does notice us, and he watches over us. But it is usually through another person that he meets our needs.
Therefore, it is vital that we serve each other in the kingdom

assignment 3) Create an assortment little Hello or Thank you cards large enough to hold a business card.
The perfect card example is on page 194 in your Stampin Up catalog. A solid colored cardstock stamped with a background stamp in the same color. A die cut heart, a punched out heart, and the words thank you. I would use our word window punch to cut out the words thanks so much on page 139, or the words thank you from page 141, or the words thinking of you, thank you or just for you from the teeny tiny wishes set on page 145.
Use slit punch #42 on page 187 to make a place inside to hold your business card.

If you believe in God you will appreciate these words
But behold I say unto you, that by small and simple things are great things brought to pass

It's the little thing you do or don't do that will make a big difference in these assignments. The little things you do today when combined with what you do each week, will grow your team and build your business.

Once you make your little cards keep them with you and give them out throughout the week.
If you wish to make a big impact you will need a large quantity of these cards.
Remember to keep them simple!!!! We will be using these cards in other ways later on.

At the end of each day look over your list of people from assignment 2 and mark the ones you gave thank you cards to.


Do more of what works and less of what doesn't Could anything be more plain than this? Do not let the simplicity of this strategy make you doubt it.
If you are feeling that your business is stagnate or stale, stop and rediscover the techniques you used in times past when you were initially building your business relationships. With few exceptions, they will still work.

assignment 4) Go back to the list of people you made. If you don't already have your past and present customers on the list, add them. You can also add people in groups like Teachers that go to school with my children, or members in my women's club etc.

Most of us enjoy being around someone who builds us up and makes us feel good. Using words of encouragement, love, respect, courtesy , appreciation, admiration, and gratitude as we talk with one another wi ll motivate us to spend more time together.

Most relationships die from neglect.

assignment 5) Think of things you can do that will improve or rekindle your relationships.
Take the time to think about ways we can touch the lives o f those around us. Write them down and work on them.
Each day you may add to your prayers "Help me to touch the life of others in a positive way. Help me to be inspired to know who to reach out to and who to serve.
Then keep track of the little things you do so you can watch your progress.

How much do you know about them?
Plan to spend time together. What do they like to do?
How many of the people you have listed enjoy activities like stamping or scrapbooking?
How many of them enjoy spending their lunch time with friends?
How many enjoy a weekly Friday Night activity?
What are their hobbies? Do you know their favorite color? Do you know anything about their children? Do you know what the names of their pets are?

assignment 6) Take the time to write a little "Getting to know you" survey
Ask only 5-10 questions .... Keep it simple

Questions may include:
When is the last time you went to lunch with a friend?
What is your favorite food?
What kinds of greeting cards do you find most needed? example: thank you, birthday, holiday cards
What is your favorite childhood memory?
If you had more free time each day what new hobby would acquire?
What family activities are your favorite to scrapbook?
What are the ages of your children?
Would you mind sharing your favorite family recipe?

assignment 7) send this "Getting to know you" survey to your friends and customers.
See how many reply.
Send this out using e-mail
Then, make this survey into a little 1/2 page flyer and pass it out at each event,
make sure you add a place for them to write their name, phone # and e-mail address.
People you know will be happy to give you this information if you make it fun and less like business.
If you want to get more of these surveys back add a line on the bottom that each returned survey will be adding into your monthly drawing. The prize could be as simple as some dies cut from your big shot.

assignment 8) add one more fun event to this weeks calendar
The answers to your survey may help you see what type of activity to add.
A no brainer is to add a card making activity if you added the question, What kinds of greeting cards do you find most needed? example: thank you, birthday, holiday cards to your survey.
Or you may chose to add a Family Favorite scrapbook event to your calendar if your customers need to make some quick and easy scrapbook pages to get caught up.

Assignment 9) e-mail "Save th is date" invitations to your friends (with photos)

Please mark your calendar for May 26th for "Best Friends Birthdays" card making activity. We will be making quick and easy card and projects.
Please bring your adhesive.
This event is FREE to everyone who brings one friend or to everyone who places a small order.
Keep your refreshments simple like M&M's and pretzels with lemon water.
This quick and easy workshop should only take 1 1/2 hours from start to finish. I have found when I have shorter events more people come more often; they like not having to use up and entire evening!

Need ideas for your events? Look in our catalog!
Demos who use the catalog for their ideas seem to also teach their customers how useful our idea book is as well. If you don't give away a catalog with every order, you may consider doing so. The more people who own your catalog the more potential orders you may get.

Consider making the little thank you gifts on page 95, page 112 or page 178 of the Stampin Up catalog.
Have them make one card and one gift bag, that is it! You don't even need to give them anything to put into it.
If you wish to have a better turn out include photos of what you will be making in your invitations!

I had a friend say to me on two different occasions, "my husband will be happy that I'm getting home early"
It was only 8pm and he didn't expect me until 9:30
If you are going to keep your friends out on Friday nights, Keep it short and sweet!!!!!!

I have noticed she is coming more often now that our events are only 1 1/2 - 2 hours including driving time!
I challenge you to make your events quick, easy and more often!


Do what you can - Just Ask
We dont have to be better than someone else. All we have to do is to be the very best we can.
We dont have to be fast; we simply have to be steady and move in the right direction. We have to do the best we can, one step after another regardless of your disabilities, limitations, or insecurities.

Most motivation on the part of a customer, potential downline or current downline member has to be tied to a need. Identify the needs of your customers and downline so you can help them find the answers to their questions and problems.

The best way to find out if they have a need is to ask.

assignment 10) Send an e-mail to your customers asking "How can I help you"
what gift giving or greeting card needs will you have over the next few months?

We are all engaged in the process of finding and retaining new customers
Customers and Downline members need an opportunity to serve.

assignment 11)
Add another event to your calendar and invite your customers.
This time, have your customers bring what they have made last week at home to show at this weeks event.
Have them display their works of art with yours. Make sure during the event to thank everyone who brought samples to share.

Next time, Have your customers bring a small 3X3 card project to share. As your customers get used to sharing, they should feel good about helping out.
Getting your customers involved in your workshops will help them see how fun and easy it is to do what you do.
Compliment them on the things they do well, be sincere.

assignment 12) Write an e-mail to them after each event and thank them personally for their help. Let them help a few times always thanking them for sharing their talent.
If they continue to show an interest in helping ask them to host a workshop or event. Remind them that they can have their event in a restaurant or library if they don't wish to use their home.

assignment 13) After every workshop ask the hostess to join your team. Have faith in your products and your abilities.
Don't be afraid of offending somebody. Just ask!
Continue to work with those who express interest even if they have declined your offer. Most of the time they are unsure of their abilities and need a little more encouragement.

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Sharing my love for others through service and acts of Charity - by sherrill graff

I googled my name the other day and I found a 5 min talk I wrote on site. It was great to see it here and I was pleased that maybe it has helped others. I have a strong testimony that the gospel can be shared in all we do and in all we say. Over the last 15 years our family has gone through trial after trial, mostly with health and job loss only to see time and time again the hand of God in our lives helping us and supporting us each and every time. I have seen first had the answers to fervent prayers, the power that daily scripture study has in our lives. I have seen lives touched and service rendered out of love and the desire to improve the lives of others to help them come to know they are children of God, that he loves them, that Jesus Christ is their redeemer and that we have the responsibility to serve and teach at home, at church, at work and at play. Thank you again for reminding me that I can influence others for good by writing the spiritual experiences I have had and sharing them with others. Bless you for all you do. Sister Sherrill Graff Black Canyon Ward Boulder City Nevada

My Stampin Up story by Sherrill Graff

My story- Sherrill Graff

I became a demo in 1991. I jus t wanted to buy stamps for my daughter at a discount. I soon realized stamping wasn't just for kids.

When I started doing it as a business I borrowed stamp sets from my upline. (Who happens to be Shelli Gardner Co-Founder of Stampin Up)

I'd make samples and then return the stamps and she would give me more to use. I was in Heaven!My business began to grow and I became an upline myself.

My first recruit is Loni Spendlove. She is still active and has a good downline of her own. My second recruit is my Twin sister Michele Hillam.

Michele was the very first demonstrator in the Denver Colorado area she also has a wonderful downline.

The real challenges started right after our youngest son was born. His middle name is Sterling after Sterling Gardner Shelli's husband. He was 3 months old when my Dear Husband Mark (only 34 years old) had his first heart attack.

I promised God if he would save my husbands life I would be a good person and raise a righteous family. After 5 bypass surgery and 6 months of recovery he was back to himself again.

Thank God for HUGE blessings. I sold all my stamps and my husband sold a gun or two to help pay the bills. (He is a hunter) The stamps sold for 80% of retail so it was like having an extra savings account I didn 't know about. It's nice to know they hold their value. Our parents hel ped too. We both have wonderful giving parents. We had help from the church and the community programs to provide Christmas for our Dear Children.

3 years later my husband had another heart attack with Angioplasty. I thank God for modern medicine! We sold everything again to help pay the bills. Our parents helped us out again. We also had some help for Christmas this year as well.

3 years after that Mark had developed an aneurysm on one of his bypasses. It was like living with a time bomb wondering if this was they day he wouldn't return home from work. Soon after, he had yet, another heart attack!

This time we were waiting in the surgery waiting room when the doctor came out and said "there is nothing I can do" My mother in law and I looked at each other and started to cry thinking he was gone. The doctor said "oh, let me rephrase that, there is nothing I NEED to do! You have been given a miracle!"

Marks aneurysm was no longer a threat, it had clotted itself off. The artery they had bypassed in the first place had opened itself back up and his heart has grown 2 little veins that were feeding the back part of his heart. (Something that doesn't usually happen to heart patients until they are in their 50's)

We have truly been blessed!

God has stood by us, our families have stood by us, our friends have stood by us, Stampin Up has been there when I could do it and on the back burner when I couldn't. We are all healthy and happy. I thank Stampin Up for the wonderful Heart Set that raised such a nice donation for the Heart Association!

So you may ask why I give away stamps every Christmas? I have been doing it for years. It's so nice to share what I have. It's my little way of Thanking God, Thanking family and friends, and thanking Stampin Up for the joy they have brought to my life.

I am so glad I joined so many years ago. And just think, I signed up just for the discount!

The rest of the story. In 2009 Mark just went in and had 2 stents put in. The vessel that was giving him problems was 95% blocked, that vessel fed 2/3rds of his heart. No wonder he was having so much pain all the time.

I believe God gave us another Miracle.

Had Mark waited any longer he may have had a fatal heart attack.

Kenneth Sterling the baby at the beginning of our story is now 15 years old and almost 6 feet tall! We do have 2 daughters, 2 sons and a dear son in law.

Mark and I went to Hawaii compliments of Stampin Up in March of 2009. We celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in August. I am so thankful for all of our blessings, for a great family and wonderful friends like you.

Now it's 2010. I have found out what a real blessing Stampin Up has been in my life. It's always brought me joy and helped me make new friends but the best part is my little hobby has become my "real job"
It pays the house payment, the care payment, the insurance, and the power bill. How blessed we are to have this income.
My husband is currently unemployed. As he continues to look for work we know that our bills will be paid because of the blessings of God, a little hobby that I love and his income from unemployment. May each of you who are looking to turn your little hobby into a business be blessed to continue on the path and never give up. my recruit password is scrapbook1

May 28, 2010

Are you a stampin up demonstrator or do you wish to be?

Join the Stampin Up family on June 1, 2010 for only $99 (mini starter kit price)

Stampin Up has a great Product and a wonderful compensation plan!

Fun people, 20% instant income, 20% Free Hostess goods when you have your own workshop
10-20% additional income as a volume rebate plus an additional 10% in great rewards points. (you cash these in for more free stuff)
We are hiring...The best part is only YOU can lay you off and who in their right mind would fire themselves.

If you are a demonstrator or soon to be one June 1st and you like what you see here....Go Join today This is training for stampin up demonstrators
This training is good for your business and this training is FREE to all stampin up demonstrators!
It helps to print assignments out so you can keep track of your progress.
If you keep them posted near your calendar or above your work area, you will remember to do them.

This boot camp is a newsletter group only. To reply to me e-mail me personally at

This boot camp is self paced, go as slow or as fast as you wish.

Happy Business building
May God bless you and your family, Sherrill Graff
Join the Stampin Up family on June 1, 2010 for only $99

Website: my recruit password is scrapbook1

May 11, 2010

The Stampin Up Demonstrators in the Las Vegas area are hosting a FREE Make-n-take booth for the children again this year at the Runnin for the House

The Stampin Up Demonstrators in the Las Vegas area are hosting a FREE Make-n-take booth for the children again this year. If you are a Stampin Up demonstrator or a Customer of Stampin Up you are invited to join us for a morning of paper crafts with the kids.

Each month we hold a build a smile event to Create Cards and Journal Covers for the kids.
Bring your Big Shot and your retired cardstock and come make build a bear paper bears with us to give to the children.

Our next build a smile event is May 25th 10 am - 4 pm at the Clark County Library.

Clark County Library
1401 E Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Come put a smile on a child's face.
We will be making these for the children of Ronald McDonald House
as well as for sick children in Sunrise Hospital.
Bring a glue stick and the card board from your cereal boxes. Please have the card board cut to 6x6 or 6 X 5 1/2
thank you for all you do for the kids.

You can RSVP for this event at

The 6th annual Runnin’ for the House is only a few weeks away and we are looking forward to our largest event yet! Register today for the 5k run or 1mile walk and get your friends, family and co-workers to join you. We’ll have a free Family Festival with pancake breakfast, music, interactive kids activities- crafts, education, and just plain old fun! At Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas, we believe that when a child is ill, nothing is more important than keeping families strong by keeping them together. Your participation will help us do just that!

To us, the Ronald McDonald House was always just that box where we dropped our change at the drive-thru. That changed, as did our lives, in March of 1999 when we were told that our daughter Amber (11) had a severe narrowing in the artery that delivers blood to her lower body. We were sent to the Ronald McDonald House in Las Vegas by her cardiologist and found that everything was all set up and the staff was waiting for us. After her surgery, Amber spent a week in I.C.U., and the Ronald McDonald House took care of me, my wife Robin, and our two sons P.J. and Max by providing us a comfortable, “homey” atmosphere that greatly reduced our stress. In October 1999, Robin, Amber and I were again welcomed by the Ronald McDonald

House when Amber had a heart catheter procedure. We were told that the ends of the graft placed in her aorta in March were closing because of scar tissue and we had to take her to San Francisco for a special procedure. Then on March 2, 2002, one of Amber’s stints shifted and cut a hole in her aorta and esophagus. She lost over half of her blood and developed a severe bacterial infection in her bloodstream. She had emergency surgery that afternoon. As I write this, I am sitting at a table in the dining room of the House in Las Vegas where I have shared meals for the last 45 days with my family, the staff and volunteers of the House. I am not sure how long Amber will be in the hospital, or how long after her release we will stay here. But I am sure that no matter how long it may be, the staff and volunteers will be here for us. These people will forever be in our hearts. We will continue to stop in just to say “hi” or try to help with fundraisers for this miraculous team of people. I cannot think of any words that express it as deeply as we feel it, so I must simply say “Thank You.”

- Minor M. Adams

Pop Tabs

The little, seemingly insignificant tab you pull to open your aluminum cans is like gold to the Ronald McDonald House. We collect these pop tabs, recycle them, and the proceeds go directly to Ronald McDonald House families. When family needs assistance with travel costs, clothing and hygiene items, or the costs associated with the death of a child, our Pop Tab funds are there to help. Click here to download Pop Tab flyer.

Anyone and everyone can collect pop tabs. It’s easy, fun, and a great project for schools and community groups. Simply:

1.) Pull the tab off any aluminum can.
2.) Collect the tabs.
3.) Drop the tabs off or mail them to:

The Ronald McDonald House
2323 Potosi St.
Las Vegas, NV 89146

Office Hours: 9 AM – 9 PM
If your church or organization would like to host a Build a Smile card making event please contact me and we will pick a date. You provide the volunteers and the glue sticks and we provide the materials, cardstock, DSP, Big Shot and build a bear dies. It's easy and fun and is a great way to give back to the community.
May God bless you and your family,
Sherrill Graff
Website: my recruit password is scrapbook1

May 10, 2010

Were you looking for great stampin up artwork? Were you wanting to enter my contest? Were you looking for a BIG SALE on Stampin Up Cardstock?

WOW 38 new subscribers in just 2 weeks!

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please take a moment and tell us why you stopped by today.

Were you looking for great stampin up artwork?
Were you wanting to enter my contest?
or did you just want to say Hello!

Shannon Edwards won the last contest
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We have given away over $500 in Stampin Up prizes in the last 3 weeks!!!
Be looking for more winners soon

leave your full name, and your e-mail address if you are entering the contest.
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Have a creative day and thanks in advance for leaving a comment!

May 3, 2010

I have an opinion that our Stampin Up table tops cutter is the best paper cutter in the world by sherrill graff

I have an opinion that our Stampin Up table tops cutter is the best paper cutter in the world.

In my opinion our Stampin Up Table Top paper cutter is
light weight
very portable
I like that it has the ability to cut 12X12 cardstock because of the ruler extension that nicely tucks away when not in use.
I love that it has the finger guard that also holds the paper perfectly still when you cutting giving us precision cuts.
I love that you can cut a sliver of paper thin enough to thread a button.
Now we can have all stampin up colors of "paper thread"

What do you like best about it? How long did it take you to buy it?
If you don't have it, what brand paper cutter do you use now?

please leave your opinion below

Would you be willing to come to a free workshop to try our paper cutter out?

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

May 1, 2010

Please Follow me- Sherrill Graff Stampin Up demonstrator

Last Month we GAVE AWAY A Stampin Up BIG SHOT!

I have a follow me drawing for FREE Stampin Up Merchandise
please enter today

step 1
follow my blog
step 2
send me an e-mail at
and tell me if you want in

Contest A for SU Customers
Contest B for SU Demonstrators

If you have been a blog reader of mine you know I give $100 of FREE SU Merchandise each month and this month is no different... enter today

Hi Sherrill!

First I would like to say THANK YOU for the AWESOME SUPER FANTASTIC Big Shot that I now own! WOOHOO I don’t have to borrow my friends anymore! J I have to say I have been having a GREAT time with it! So much I am wondering if they ever wear out.. because I might just do that ha-ha!

Second, I am getting ready to package up and send off your white cardboard that you asked for. .... I do have A LOT to send you still.

However! a friend of mine do up some build-a-bears with their own set of clothes for a craft show to give to kids. Well, as in a busy life she forgot to take them and I didn’t want her to throw them out and immediately thought of you. Could you use them for your project? I also have some extra bear clothes that I cut out using her big shot ages ago and have not finished the project I started with them… I am so busy now with my business after taking your boot camp that I probably won’t get the time to finish it to be honest so if you would like to have some pre-cut build-a-bear things let me know and I will put them in the box with the cardboard as well.

Inky Hugs,

Cristena Bagne

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