37 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up: Birthday Bright Project Kit Review

  1. Catherine Lewis

    I loved being 35. I was independent, had just gotten out of a bad marriage, and took care of myself and my 2 little boys. Today, they both have great jobs and wonderful families! I must have done something right!

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  2. paige chandler

    My favorite age was 18. College, boys, the world at my feet, Ahhhhhh

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  3. Rhiannon Rowland

    My early 20’s were the best. Around 22, 23. My children were small, things were good.

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  4. Shelley P

    I love the confetti card 🙂 My most memorable age was when I was 12 and I got my very first pet hamster. I also got my very first piece of gold jewelry which my two sisters chipped in to get me.

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  5. Dawn Monzu

    I loved age 18!! I was pretty, and to be honest…I kinda knew it! lol I wasn’t conceited, I just loved myself. I had the world at my fingertips. It was such a fun age…I’m 49 now, and boy have I learned A LOT! haha God bless and good luck everyone! By the way, I used to sell Stampin’Up! products! I loved doing it!

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  6. Karen

    I loved when I turned 16, getting my driver’s license. I remember how fun it was being able to drive to the mall or to my friend’s house.

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  7. Cathleen King

    I don’t think I have a favorite age, maybe the ages of a toddler where we don’t have to be adults.

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  8. Nancy

    My favorite age is now because we have two wonderful young granddaughters to love and enjoy.

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  9. Elicia P

    My personal favorite would have to be a decade and that was in my 20’s. So many good things happened in that decade for me.

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  10. Tandi Cortez

    I would say 5 was my favorite age. I went to Kindergarten for half a day and it was fun.

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  11. Lauren U

    Every age has been great! Thankfully, there is always something new to enjoy and so many memories to create!

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  12. Kimmie B.

    When I turned 16 and got my driver’s license. I loved that independent feeling.

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  13. Leah Shumack

    16. Driver’s license. Awesome friends. No bills. No kids. Life was pretty cool without the responsibility! I’m 35 in 2 months and wouldn’t change a thing tho 🙂

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  14. Darcy Novak

    Well I don’t have just one favorite age. It all started when I was 20 and pregnant with my first child. Since then I have had 3 other children. All my wonderful memories are all with my children and my husband.

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  15. ncjeepster

    30, I loved the world and knew I could do anything I put my mind to. I was happy and had a great job and I had my own business (part-time). I was a single parent, but helped at school, had a Brownie Troop at our church. Just seemed to be the time I actually made all the important decisions in my life.

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  16. Sally Wilsey

    21 When I finally figured out my parents were no ogres and they were right. Also the time our family grew stronger and we became very close.

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  17. Kayla Klontz

    15 was my favorite because I moved out of my parents house and started living on my own.

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