Friday, May 20, 2011
Starting Tuesday after the May long weekend is over here in Canada I should be starting to blog on a regular basis. Any ideas for what you would like to see. Email me or leave a comment on this post to let me know. Thanks and have a great holiday weekend!!
Monday, May 2, 2011
So yesterday I had a class that had stamping on candles and getting a couple of Mother's Day Cards that I need to mail out this week. Here are the cards...
- Water Color Crayons in Bold
- Framed Tulips Envelope Die
- Basic Pearls and Rhinestones
- 2.5" Circle and 23/8"Scallop circle punches
- Confetti Paper in Creme
- Fabulous Floret Stamp set from the new Summer Mini
- Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set
The supplies that I used are these:
- Candles (obviously he he)
- Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine from the current Summer Mini
- Old Olive, Melon Mambo, Daffodil Delight Stampin' Write Markers
- Elements of Style stamp set.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Stampin Up! has some wonderful deals for this awesome month. Click HERE for more details.
Next is also Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Stampin' Up! has a wonderful promotion to help support this cause.
Click HERE for more details!
And just when you think we were done, there is one more thing going on this month:
The new Summer Mini Catalogue is now out. Tomorrow you will be seeing a couple of projects of items that I used from it. Click to download the pdf version. Just remember tomorrow will be having photos of my Mother's Day Class projects.
|2011 Summer Mini Catalogue|
My Mission: at The Scrappin’ Mama Studios is to provide an environment that encourages self confidence through continual education with tutorials, classes, workshops in rubber stamping and paper crafting. This allows me to give my clients an inviting, warm, and fulfilling environment. Leaving the experience with an exceptional self image and self fulfillment to continue on their journey of self discovery. By offering this I gain the confidence and loyalty that allows my clients to give me their greatest compliment…Their referral.