Hey there, stampers.
My friend, Tim, gave me a great idea. (Once and awhile he has a good idea, huh? Ha – just kidding. :) Anyway, I saw that he randomly gave a prize to someone who had left him a comment – without warning. Love that idea, so I am totally copying. (Thanks, Tim!) This may be the new way I give away goodies – just randomly pick a name from any post. (So, yes, leaving comments is a good thing to do… it lets me know you are out there!) I picked someone who left a comment a few days ago to win these chipboard goodies from K&Company…
And the winner is Dawn T who left a comment on 11/4. I will email you to get your address.
Next, I wanted to share some cards I made a couple months ago at a retreat. These were such fun to make because they use two of my favorite stamp companies – Papertrey Ink and Hero Arts – a match made in heaven. I really like that both of these companies sell made-in-the-USA stamps – the quality results in crisp stamped images. THIS set from Papertrey is my favorite… it is designed to add buttons to. Instead, I used little punched circles and shapes of Hero Arts stamped goodness. (I mostly used THIS and THIS from Hero.) I then covered them with Glossy Accents for some shine. Easy to do! Here they are. If you have questions on specific stamps, just let me know. (ETA – the die cuts I used are from Spellbinders. Love THESE!)
Supplies: Hero Arts and Papertrey Ink stamps, Hero Arts notecards, Ranger Glossy Accents, Spellbinders dies, Cuttlebug and Sizzix embossing folders, EK Success punches
And a quick note to all you wonderful gals from my classes this weekend… THANK YOU. I had a blast – such a classy event. Will link you up with the videos soon. Hugs!