Hi there everyone,
Welcome back!!!! Hope you enjoyed the most recent Sparkle N Sprinkle Blog Hop. All of the Sparkle N Sprinkle designers showed a lot of fabulous and creative cards, didn't they!!!
Also I would like to welcome my newest followers and offer a warm thank you for signing up to follow me on my blog.
I just noticed that we have just passed the 100 followers mark and that means I will be giving away some blog candy. So let me come up with something and I will let you all know how that will work.
What a weekend this was and boy was I busy!!! Saturday, I offered two
classes at Simply Said Rubber Stamps, and Sunday I did a dry run of my upcoming Stampaway class for this year.
Let me share components of the 1st class I offered Saturday.
Because Simply Said Rubber Stamps, a rubber stamp store located in Loveland,Ohio, is celebrating Christmas in July, I decided to offer a Christmas Ornament class. This was so fun and everyone enjoyed it.
My first ornament used a little tea bag folding to create the tree and it sits nestled in a round little box container of sorts.
Each year at Christmas time, I make and give my closest friends a new and different ornament
This would be perfect for that kind of a tradition, wouldn't it!!
Here is a perfect gift for children or for that someone who you just need to give a little something to.
The 3rd ornament that the students made, utilizes a tin, this can double as a gift card holder, too.
It's the gift that can keep on giving from year to year.You give it with a gift card inside and then from year to year it graces the tree of the recipient.
OK...... Christmas is a mere 5 months away, but you know, it will be here in the blink of an eye!!!
I'm just saying!! LOL
In my next post I will be sharing the cards from the 2nd class I gave, also on Saturday.
OK, I have to get back to getting my Stampaway class kits ready.
Stampaway is right around the corner.
BTW, Stampaway is a fabulous stamping convention held each year in Cincinnati, Oh.and I am giving a class this year. More on that later.
Thanks for stopping in today and see you soon.