Wednesday, August 31, 2011

I'm Still Here!

Well, it has been a week since my last post but I have been busy sprucing up the place.  I hope you like it.  In my last post I told you that I would tell you about my other ventures.  I am going to start having monthly stamp clubs, Cricut classes, and I am talking with my local library about teaching cardmaking classes.  I really hope we are able to get that going because that would be so much fun to get together with other ladies (and gents, they craft too you know) and share this hobby that I love so much.

I am having my grand opening workshop on September 18th at 3:00 and if you're in the Lynwood, Illinois area, I sure wish you would stop by.  We are going to make a gorgeous card, have a few snacks and socialize.

If you like to stamp and want to build your stamp collection, hosting a workshop is a great way to earn free products.  If you hold a qualifying workshop, here's what you get:
















If you're interested, send me an email.  The address is at the top right of the screen.  By the way, my starter kit arrived yesterday.  Woo hoo!   Everything is absolutely yummy and I can't wait for you to see it.

Until next time, keep on crafting,

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Not Only Do I Love Stamping...

...but I also love scrapping, papercrafting, creating with my Cricut and shopping for craft supplies.  Although I said that I would never create a blog, I'm now doing just that.  I am so excited about my new ventures in crafting that I just have to share them with all of you.


My first news is I have signed up with A Muse Studio as a creative consultant.  When I looked at the catalog (check it out here), I was really impressed by the selection of beautiful stamps and papercrafting supplies they offer.  The stamps are red rubber and I don't know about you but while I do like my acrylic stamps, I get the best impression from deeply etched red rubber stamps. They are cling mounted which means you get all the benefits of using rubber stamps without the storage issues associated with wood-mounted stamps. They come in beautiful space-saving DVD cases which makes storing them a breeze. Also, they are already cut out and indexed, saving you lots of time.


Guess what? For all you Copics lovers, A Muse offers original Copic markers and a lot of the stamps are great for Copic coloring.



You're just in time for:

A-MUSE-A-PALOOZA!


August 22nd through September 30th  


Host a Workshop with a qualifying order and you can receive extra Hostess Benefits along with a Limited Edition Stamp Set from AMuse Studios
check it out on my A Muse website.

You can also place an order by clicking here then selecting shop online.

Since this is such a long post already, I'll tell you about my other ventures the next time we meet.  Until then,

Keep on crafting,