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i luv the one holding a baby. Please enter me in UR candy g-aaway. I would love to hold a new g/kid. glograbear
I was surfing & found Ur blog. I like the fact U put the pic & story of the hair cutting incident in. One of my twins did it w/ kids paper scissors & trimmed her sister bangs!! I will put U on my blog,
Toggle Commented Jun 9, 2009 on Blog Candy...Finally!! at Hand Stamped By Lacey
These angels are gorgeous. Boy somebody is going to be lucky to get such beautiful gifts. Some wonderful new techniques you have shown. I love my Prism color pencils.They lay such a nice layer of color down. Maybe I didn't get enough of coloring as a kid. I didn't know you could bring projects in to work on @ your store. I did a search on distressing and walnut ink as you suggested. Any thoughts next year of doing anything w/ Tim Holtz products? Can you find his new products that have keys,tickets to journal on and tokens w/ words written on them?
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2008 on Holiday Gift Bag at The Stamp Act
Thanks to your example of postal card style I was able to make one for my daughter. A swap had given me some C-mas postal stamps. My daughter collects stamps so I thought it would make an intesting topic. Thanks to you I didn't realize I had a set of winter postal stamps. Your example helped put all the pieces together into a sharp looking card. I really enjoy your blog esp. w/new products and techniques. Now we're counting on you since Stamp and Trap is going out of business. Keep us posted on Tim Holtz items,a good product line.Glograbear
Thanks for posting those faux postage cards. I had been wondering how to that. You gave me some ideas
Toggle Commented Oct 29, 2008 on Faux Postage Stamping at The Stamp Act
Actually you can actually save money making presents. Usually you can use the stamps again and save the materials from the project for others. I haven't shopped in the malls for 7 years. I make my own c-mas cards. I'm reusing a C-mas stamp ,one of my 1st with different ink and technique. If you keep a scrap pile of your paper from previous projects you be amazed how you can use those pieces later on. This is when we really use our talents and our supplies to make gifts when economy is down. People will love the fact you took the time to make them a gift,even if it is only a card. I wished I had seen these boxes earlier in the year. I already have my projects lined up to get busy on. Little children would really love this. A good idea for a grandmom or an Aunt on a budget
Toggle Commented Oct 29, 2008 on Faux Postage Stamping at The Stamp Act