Regional Seminar Swaps - Patty Bennett
Info from my Stampin' Up! Regional presentation

another SU! Regional Swap

This was the first swap I worked on for the upcoming Regional Seminar.  It turned out to be pretty labor-intensive and has really aggravated my pinched nerve again, so I had to stop after about 25 of these and move on to the Summer Picnic cards (here). 

I started with a 4x4 square of Pomegranate cardstock, and put a smaller folded card on top of it, layered with Berry Bliss Designer paper from Stampin' Up!  It's embellished with Build-a-Brad, the new Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware, Pink Taffeta ribbon and stamp from "A True Friend" and Boho Backgrounds. 


This one was inspired by Cambria in this post

Thanks for looking!




Hi Patti,
Love your blog and have really enjoyed your pre-regionals excitement. Regionals came to our area early this SU! year, last September, so it's really fun to get caught up, vicariously, in the excitement again. Your cards are fabulous - wish I were going to your regionals and was swapping with you! Have a wonderful time and look forward to what you share from regionals upon your return! - Ann


This is absolutely gorgeous !!! Have a fantastic time at Regionals !!! I wish our Regionals were closer together so that we could see each other then....hopefully at convention though !!!!

Bonnie Weiss

Another beauty, Patty! We should call you the "Build-a-Brad" Queen...I don't see a lot of cards using them and they are so georgeous, when they are used! Hope your pinched nerve is better don't want to wear yourself out before the Regionals or the Cruise!

BTW...I LOVE your Dad's artwork of the white steeple and the pink flowers. What a gifted family!


very pretty card!! I love your blog...I come here often! You make THE cutest cards!! Thanks for all the great inspiration!! :)


very pretty card!! I love your blog...I come here often! You make THE cutest cards!! Thanks for all the great inspiration!! :)

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