July Demonstrator of the Month! (part 1)


If you follow my blog, then you know each month I pick one of my fabulous downline to be featured as the demo of the month! It is exciting for them to be showcased and I get a chance to brag about how awesome they are! This month, I am happy to present Debbie Keane as the featured demo of the month. Debbie has been a stamper for longer than I have!  Now she is hooked on Stampin' Up and I am proud to have her in my downline. She created a whole pile of cool things for me to post this month. You can also check out more of Debbie's samples on her blog here. I have to post this on 2 separate days because there are so many wonderful projects to show you.






This first project is a 12×12 scrapbook page using the travel journal designer paper featured in the Stampin Up summer mini. This is an awesome page for any trip you want to take!



Debbie also likes to knit so she made these cute dishcloths and then wrapped them in the Island Oasis designer papers (also in the Stampin Up summer mini). These would make a great gift!




Here is a close up of the tag which is from the Hand Knit stamp set on pg 65 in the Stampin Up catalog.



This is an adorable journal Debbie made for me that has an L on the front for Lisa! She used more of the Island Oasis paper for the front of this.








For this card, Debbie used the Apple Blossoms level 2 hostess set on pg 12 in the Stampin Up catalog.  Very cute and pretty quick and easy.





This is another card showing the Apple Blossoms stamp set. You can get this set for FREE by hosting a Stampin Up party! A set of these would be great for teacher's gifts.

2 thoughts on “July Demonstrator of the Month! (part 1)”

  1. I am always impressed with your work, Debbie!  I'm jealous of Lisa's journal..LOL…I just love it!  I think my favorite is…I can't decide they are all FABULOUS!!!   

  2. Elizabeth Velazquez

    I love them all!  I especially love the idea of the knit dishcloths.  Awesome job Congratulations!

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