Hey there, all you crafting folks.
I have a simple little video for you today. It shows stamping and creating little Halloween gift bags from Hero Arts packaging. There are a few little tips in here – and they are quick and easy to do. For more info, click HERE.
(c) Hero Arts Blog – click HERE for details.
Wanted to update on the Cards For Kate. Well… I got in a bit of trouble at the post office yesterday. When I went to my PO Box to get the cards, there was a note in it to go see the people at the counter. Eek. They came out with a HUGE bin with a big sign taped on it saying “overflow.” Turns out they want me to invest in the biggest PO Box possible due to the large number of items I was getting. It is much more expensive. But I just smiled. Why did I smile? Because that means you all have sent lots of cards for dear Kate. I explained to the lady what I was doing and she was nice. Colin said to her, “We are just trying to fill Kate’s bucket.” (If you don’t know what that means, you need to check out THIS book – the best kids book ever.) So, even though I got in trouble, Colin and I left smiling… with full buckets. 🙂
I am about to go add TONS of new prizes HERE. A big shout-out to Kristina for helping to get so many great things donated. And a big thanks to the donors. I hope next time you are wanting to make a purchase that you will consider these companies/people first as a thanks for their generosity. Here are some more new prizes…
Also, sweet Jana will be adding more names to her list of people whose cards we have received. Thanks, Jana.
Time to get a bit of work done. I head to Scrapfest tomorrow. I can’t wait to meet some of you. Please come and see me at the Hero Arts booth. I teach most of the afternoon, but will be in the booth the rest of the time. There is a dinner planned for Saturday night – click HERE for details.