Monday, December 28, 2009

I hope you had a great holiday. My sister and her husband were here last week, as well as her dog, Katie. We had a great week and a super Christmas!! It goes by so quickly tho, doesn't it!! And, before you know it, it will be Christmas 2010!!!

On Christmas Eve morning, we have a tradition to get together with some stamping friends for a brunch and ... what else -- stamping!!! I so look forward to this each year. I was thinking about what project I wanted to share and when I went to bed on Wednesday night, I still didn't have any idea! Unfortunately (well, really fortunately), I woke up at 3:30 in the morning and couldn't get back to sleep, so I decided to watch some television and see if I could find anything on the internet to share. Oh goodness, I love the internet! I feel so un-talented when I look at the creations of other people. I stumbled across a card made by Michelle Zindorf (I've mentioned her before on my blog), my mouth dropped wide open because it was so gorgeous and knew I just had to try it! So, here it is . . .

See, I told you it was gorgeous!!! Michelle Zindorf has this way of blending colors using sponges, as well as brayers. I'm really excited that I'll be taking a class from her in March - a little treat to myself! Anyway, when I showed the card to my sister, she said "I'm not trying it, it's too hard". Ha! She did it and couldn't believe she could create it. I know she was really proud of herself. Are you thinking you'd like to try to create this card?
CLICK HERE and you'll find a step by step tutorial created by Michelle. Check out her blog and her creations! She is so awesome to share her talent with us!!

I'm looking forward to seeing you at Stamp, Play and Create this weekend!! I have four exciting projects planned - all ready to go! If you haven't signed up yet, shoot me an
email or call me at 757-587-1005. I have three sessions: Jan. 2 - 10:00 a.m. (full, wait list only) and 2:00 p.m. and Jan. 3 - 2:00 p.m.

Also, if you missed the Retired Stamp Set sale this past weekend, I will have those stamps available. They are priced according to the size of the stamping container as follows:

Small Case: $2.00/set
Medium Case: $4.00/set
Large Case: $6.00/set
Extra Large Case: $8.00/set
Jumbo Case: $10.00/set

You'll find some sets that have not even been used!! I hope you can take advantage of this great opportunity. The sets are priced to go!


Click here to place your order for any Stampin' Up! products on my Demonstrator Website - just click on the SHOP NOW in upper right hand corner!

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