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November is Gratitude Month

At Stampin' Up!, I am super fortunate that teamwork and inspiration are an integral part of the culture.  Both of those concepts are far from foreign in Direct Sales, but with the team I've joined up with, they are palpable and lived on a day-to-day basis. 

I was inspired by one of my Team Leader's, Lisa Pretto, to make and send someone a card of gratitude for every day during the month of November.  That's 30 cards, folks!  I'm a little intimidated by this, especially with Christmas right around the corner (I get the feeling that Christmas seems to kick into high-gear before the Halloween candy is even inspected; and I am certainly no exception to that rule.)  BUT, Lisa's enabling me to take a moment each. and. every. day. to STOP and reflect on the people who bless my life and encourage me to reach out to them and remind them of how much I appreciate them.  Thank you, Lisa.

Since it's my life mission to help and inspire others, I challenge you to do the same!  It's scary, I know, but I'll help you by sharing with you five different quick, easy, and simple cards that you can make and send to the important people in your life.  And, if you follow me on Instagram, I'll share a new card that I'm sending out every single day!!  See, you're helping keep me accountable to my challenge!

So without further ado, here are five cards to jump-start your creativity and inspire you to make a card and send a card and share your gratitude with others.






When you make and send your cards, share them with me on Facebook or Instagram and use the hashtags: #IMadeACardAndSentACard #PapercraftingPassionistaInspiredMe


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