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Saturday, March 10, 2012

St. Patrick's Day Stamped Cookie Treat

Cookie image stamped with Stampin'UP! Cookie Press Stamps. Made by StampLadyKatie
Here's a little treat I'm giving to my demo group today. Its a cookie stamped with our new Cookie Press Stamps. I know...if its for St.Patrick's Day I should have colored the dough green. I thought of that too late.

You may wonder why my demo group is getting this little treat. Well we're all going to the Stampin'UP! Regional Conference in Milwaukee today.  There are 22 of us going (my husband was worried there wouldn't be any cookies left for him!). 

And I even included the recipe in the package. These were pretty yummy if I do say so.  I think the REAL vanilla makes a difference. Using butter instead of margarine also helps. Send me an email if you want the recipe.

I love being part of something so special. Stampin'UP! is a great company and these are a great group of demonstrators. Do you enjoy stamping with others? Have you ever thought about joining Stampin'UP!? Now is a great time to join
  • The Starter Kit is discounted for Sale-a-bration 
  • AND if you join during Sale-a-bration you'll get a FREE package of paper or digital download of designer paper with your first order EVERY month for the rest of the year.
Read more about this special opportunity to join Stampin'UP! HERE. I'd love to have you join my team. Please feel free to contact me with any questions about what this could mean for you.

Do you like the Shamrock?  It was so easy to make. I just punched a 1/2" circle and 4 small hearts. I glued the hearts to the circle. That was my easy way to be sure they were aligned properly.
And how about that gorgeous green jewel? I love using Stampin'UP!'s self-stick rhinestones to dress up a project. But of course they have no color. But guess what, you can color them with a sharpie! Sweet.

 
"Top 'o the morninin' to ya" and have a great day.
Happy Stamping
--Katie

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