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Ink Happens! Team meeting

I had the pleasure of having my local team members over yesterday for a team meeting. It was an opportunity for us to get together, share ideas, and gave me a chance to share some things from convention including swaps and make-n-takes.  I am so fortunate to have such kind and talented women in my group.

In preparation for our meeting I made cookies using the Stampin' Up! cookie stamps I bought at Convention.  I was so pleased they turned out well - and on the first try! For those of you who have one of the cookies presses, be sure to try the shortbread recipe that comes with it - it is DELISH! For those of you who don't own one yet, but want to, they can be found on page 161 in the catalog.  There are several styles to choose from - all of them are fantastic.  Without further ado, here are my cookies:

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I also decorated brownies with pennants made from the pennant builders punch (#122361).  The stamp set, I Am, was one we received for attending Convention.

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And, last but not least, everyone was greeted at the door with my new Stampin' Up! flag:

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Thank you to my entire team, both in the state of Florida and out of state.  I am grateful for each and every one of you and sincerely appreciate the time and effort you put in to running your business they way YOU want it to!

Interested in joining my team?  It's never been easier and more rewarding!

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Have a blessed day!

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