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Simple Saturday: Lipstick Thanks

I think now is as good of time as any to announce I have taken on yet another venture---Senegence!  I recently became a Senegence Distributor because, well, I am obsessed with their LipSense product!  I wanted all of the colors and so, I joined.  I'm really excited to be on this new journey and I won't forget about my first love, Papercrafting!  So, have no fear---I will still be here on our crafty adventures and my hope is to eventually mesh the two together!

For more information, check out my Facebook Page called Sparkle & Fizz and you'll get to know a lot more about what my mission is with Senegence and how I encourage others to Be The Sparkle.

Now, onto Simple Saturday...

I needed to create some quick and easy thank-you's to send to Hostesses, customers, and the like.  So, here's something that I came up with:


I found an old Stampin' Up! Stamp Set called Making A Point, and while it's retired, it is perfect for my new venture!

I colored it in using our Stampin' Write Markers and added a touch of Wink of Stella for some low-key sparkle.  I used up scraps of our Painted With Love Designer Series Paper, because the colors fit my personality just so well!  And, I'm obsessed with the font of this "Thanks" sentiment from the Charming Cafe Stamp Set, I just had to use it!

I hope you enjoy and that this perhaps inspires you to also make a quick and simple card, whether it be a Thank You, Thinking of You, or just a quick little note so that you can also Be The Sparkle in someone else's life!  And if you're interested in learning more after visiting Sparkle & Fizz, message me!


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