I took a few weeks off from stamping because we have a new addition to our family. After losing our beloved scottie Elsa back in November, and selling Sarah's horse Heirry in March, we realized we were a family without a pet and we really didn't like that. After much searching, we found the perfect little scottie to add to our family. Here is a picture of my daughter Sarah with our new puppy - Sophie!
Now back to stamping! Tonight I will attempt to have a stamp class again. This should be interesting! I probably should have told all of my customers not to wear shoes with shoestrings, because Sophie is going to have lots of fun tonight! Actually, Sarah will have to be in charge of Sophie but I know she will make an apperance at some point and she is not going to be happy about all of the excitement going on downstairs, and not being a part of it!
Here are some cards from recent classes. I will add the supply lists later!
- Stamps: Sew Suite, Perfect Punches
- Ink: Black
- CS: Soft Suede, Poppy, Saffron, Olive
- Ribbon: Daffodil Pom Pom Trim
- Punches: 1 1/4 and 1 3/8 Circle Punches, Boho Blossoms Punch, 1 inch circle
- Big Shot: Sweet Buttons Embosslit
- The adorable idea for the tomato comes from Carrie Gaskin - http://artisticavenger.wordpress.com/2011/01/06/stick-a-pin-in-it/
- Stamps: Build a Blossom, Something to Celebrate
- CS: Vanilla, Black, Soft Suede, Olive
- Ink: Black
- DSP: First Edition, Love Letter
- Punches: Build a blossom, Modern Label, 1 inch circle, Extra Large Oval
- Accessories: Jumbo and Antique Brads
- I love these two cards, because they are a fun way to use your blossoms punch. If you study the two different flowers, you will notice that one cards uses two of the petals on the punch, and the other card uses the other two petals. Thus you stamp all four petals at once, punch them, but make two different cards. I would like to try doing these same cards with some brighter colors also!
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