This is something I have wanted for about 5-6 years now and it looks like it is finally coming true! YEAH!!!
A huge thank you to my friend Sunny Carvalho for sharing her similar experience on line! She is such a doll…. and a talented one at that.
I have been in contact with the rubber stamp producers and now would like to ask you what types of stamps you would like to see from me. My digital stamps have done well in sales, but I personally love the tangible grip and pressing of a physical wood mounted stamp!
Ooooooh, think of all the journal love! The card making! The stamped fabric and mixed media, etc…. I think I am so excited I may just bounce off the couch right now with my lap top flying away…. ha ha.
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I know some of you are cusrious about how our GPS (Glitter Power Sisters) weekend went…
It was fabulous and so much fun. On Friday we gabbed, glittered and made our own necklace pendants! Unfortunately I was soldered out by the end and forgot to take a picture of all the necklace pendants.
However, I think I took almost a hundred other photos, which I will share a few of them here with you. A few of the ‘Artsy’ photos were taken by my little guy.
On Saturday we started a bit earlier in the day at the Magic Cottage with more glitter, gab and paint splatters. I never knew there was another fun way to use a credit card other than buying un-needed treasures at a store. Violette had us all scraping paint until our hearts were content. I have seen here demo it before, but it never pulled me in creatively. Now that I have experienced it for myself, … get those credit cards out and start spilling some paint for it’s time to experiment people! The night ended down on White Rock Beach in Cheryl, Mahala and Katie’s room eating yummy sechzuan (spelling?) food.
We cannot wait until the next gathering and missed visiting with all the GPS’ that could not make it this year, but had a great new addition in Jenny!