Stamping Week

In honor of my upcoming trip to Stampin’Up! convention in Salt Lake City, I’ve decided to do some stamping posts.  This is what my blog was originally intended for (according to Amy).  Whatever.  I just don’t have time to stamp like she does.  She apparently has NO LIFE.

Here are a couple of thiings I have prepared for convention.  First, I made books with some new Designer Series paper (Bella Rose).  I attached the paper to chip board for the covers.

I personalized most of the books with my friends’ names (the front one is a spare one). This will be a book where they can record their convention experience in terms of goals for the new year (Stampin’Up year starts in August).  Inside the books I used the new "In Colors" to make section dividers for different goal categories.

If I have time, I’ll stamp some cards to trade (swap).  In my stash of cards, I have several of these which I’ll give to members in my team (maybe – if I get them written in.  Could I be a bigger loser?)

I love these little die-cut cards.  Very cute.  And fresh.  And easy.

I’ll report from Salt Lake.  If I can make it.  There is SO MUCH to do before I even can think about leaving.

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2 Responses to “Stamping Week”

  1. Louise Says:

    You did SUCH a lovely job. And thanks for bailing me out since I TOTALLY forgot gifts this year! I remembered, but a couple of months ago. Nothing since then!

  2. Big D Says:

    http://www.arrowmont.org/

    I would love to see a person with your interest and talent enrolled in a printmaking class at arrowmont. I overheard one young girl refer to you as the “stamp lady” and she seemed excited about what you had taught them. A linocut would be similar and takes what seems to be a commercialized craft and elevates it to the level of art. What would be better to mold a future “stamper” or inspire a future “artist”?

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