This month determines whether Peter and I get to go to Hawaii!
So many things to be excited about! My open house was so much fun! Thank you to everyone who attended. Thank you Ruth H. for the wonderful chocolate chip cookies! We made 5 projects and had lots of great conversation! Here’s the front of the flip card that we did:Here’s the inside:Don’t you just LOVE that verse? I totally love the stamp set with the octopus, (called Sea Street) and thought it was a perfect pair up with the verse which is from the stamp set Something to Say.
Now, if you don’t have a catalog in your hand right now, give me a shout out and I will get you one ASAP! This new catalog is fabulous! Everyone that has received one from my clubs to my open house stampers have raved about how wonderful it is! Very user friendly with all the new indexes and filled page to page with ideas and great photos.
Another thing to update you on is that Mrs. Toad had rejoined Mr. Toad in my window well:The problem as I see it is that they are not talking, hence the distance between them. However, they are both pressed against the glass trying to get in to stamp. So, I’m thinking that just like people, stamping will bring them together.
I did spot a third toad in there yesterday, but, he or she has not come up to the window yet. I’m thinking that I may have to draw it in with a Paper Pumpkin kit!
The stamp set that I am featuring this week is called: Traveler, item #134510 in wood for $27.95 OR CLEAR, #134513 FOR $19.95. Here is my first card using this set:
Let’s see if I can bring up a picture of the stamp set:In the new catalog it’s on page 38 in the Memory Keeping section. Anyone ordering this set from me this week, (so you have until midnight on Saturday, June 8th) will receive a hand stamped card using the Traveler stamp set.
In the next few days I will be rolling out a program which will be a product based weekly offering. Each offer will include a clear stamp set priced anywhere from $14.95 to $18.95, 3 completed hand stamped cards with instructions so that you can remake those same cards!
One last note. I wrote about Sarah and I going to Chicago to help out a family of a demonstrator who had passed away. Here is Sarah’s van loaded to the gills with stamping supplies:We met Miss Madeline’s granddaughter and her boyfriend. They were such nice people and worked very hard to organize all her grandmother’s stamping supplies. Which was a very big job! So, we had to be very careful with any big bumps in the road and no fast stops! The second picture is looking behind our seats!