Have you ever swapped cardfronts? It's so much fun! This year I made about 35 cards to swap at the SU Convention. If you're interested in swapping, there are many different types of swaps you can join. You can start looking for swaps to join on www.stampinaddicts.com in the forums under swaps. These are some of my favorite swaps from convention. I did not make these cards. I swapped for them. See how much fun it is to get great ideas from other stampers willing to create and share!
Featured swappers are:
Happy Together: Becky Lambie
Wish Big: Sadly, no name :-( Helpful tip: label your swaps to get credit
Thinking of You: Jennifer Talley
Friends Fur-ever: Anne Heard
Amour with gold embossed key: Lorene Inouye-Salvo
Amour with newsprint on green: Tiffany Cline
Thanks: Laurie Rigo
Because I Care: Teresa Moyer
You're a Friend (with Daffodil Delight using acrylic block as a stamp): Veronica Inouye
Fruit and Pitcher: Lisa Freeman
Bugs and Kisses: Linda Payne
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