Debie Deschaine Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Creating Greeting Cards & Paper Projects with Love!

April 16th, 2018

     Just a quick post here to show you some of the stamping fun, we’re having at my Card Buffet Class! WMAPRIL CB 2018

     These are 3 of the 6 cards my ladies got to choose from. The other 3 will be in next weeks blog post.

    I’m sorry for such a short post. My husband was just diagnosed with Lymphoma and our lives have become chaotic and I’m not functioning as well as I usually do. We think he is going to be fine, but it’s going to be a rough road for awhile.

     I hope these note cards either inspire you to send someone you love and care about a quick note, or to sit down and give yourself a little creating time…so you can later send someone a quick note.

    If you are looking for and don’t already have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I would happy to be yours! I’m happy to answer product and technique questions.  If I know, I’ll tell you the answer. If I don’t know, I’ll find you the answer! I would be thrilled if you left a comment, question or suggestion in the comments section below all the products.

  All of the products used in my projects are available in my online store, just click on the products you would like and it will take you directly to my store!

  Please remember to use the Hostess Code at checkout!

 

4 Responses to “April Card Buffet”

  1. Denise Bryant

    Love the cards for your class, Debie! And I am sending good thoughts for your hubby.

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  2. luv2stampwithdebgmailcom

    Thank you, the ladies enjoyed making them! Thank you, about wishing my husband well. I don’t know if you caught the latest, but his cancer is very slow growing. In fact it’s so slow they won’t even treat it at this point! Right now the risk of having complications or a more serious cancer is greater if he gets chemo now, than the cancer he has! We are so relieved and grateful! There were so many people praying for him, prayer doesn’t mean we always get what we want, but I sure am grateful we did get what we wanted! They will do a CT scan in 2 1/2 months and then every 6 months for the rest of his life! ❤

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  3. Denise Bryant

    That’s good news then. It’s amazing what they know about cancer now… and how far they have come in treating it.

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