Hi there My Stamping Friends, Its been a while since I've posted but all my girls are back in school and it seems that the routine of school busses, snacks, homework, girlscouts, band, preschool co-oping, school volunteering, PTA meetings and Back to School Nights are all under control. Whew! Now, I can get in some more stamping time! Which is perfect because I'm going to the Stampin' Up! Baltimore Regional this weekend and I've got to get working on some swaps. My stamp studio is clean(er) and my darlin' hubby is out of town so I'll have lots of time to stay up late and get some stamping done.
Before I can show you what I've been working on for swaps, I wanted to show you a technique that isn't new, but since I've never tried it before, its new-to-me. Last weekend I was at a downline meeting hosted by my friend Robin Merriman. The cards were fantastic and there was one that I KNEW I was going to CASE as soon as I got home. I'm not sure who made the original card but if it was you, let me know and I'll give you credit here. The card used the 'dryer sheet technique'. I'll attach a photo of the card that we made at Robin's house and then I'll show you what I made at home.
Here is the beautiful card we made at Robin's house:
If you want to purchase any of the products that I just mentioned you can order directly from my website at http://www.roseelleneastman.stampinup.net/ or you can send me a note and I can answer any questions you might have.
Have a great stamping day!