I'm slowly learning new things to do with my phone. I took this photo and sent it to a special email address to save it as a draft in Blogger. That wasn't hard. But I have no idea how to crop the photo. Any suggestions? I have a Droid. At any rate, I used leftover designer paper from my Dinoroar card in a previous post to make some 3" x 3" thank-you notes for customer orders. I used the retiring Button Buddies snail stamp in Island Indigo and added a Subtles button (also retiring). Lucky Limeade is the other color used on this note. It's the only In Color retiring at the end of this month.
My posts have been scarce lately. I have all kinds of craft projects in progress, and I'm trying to finish them one by one because my garage, dining room table and studio are filling up. My problem is that I finish three projects only to start a couple more! Then there was the recent Heirloom Rubber Stamp and Paper Arts Festival. It was a great success for my bestie Kim and I. It was wonderful seeing other American Ink demonstrators there, as well as faces from Heirloom shows past. Also, the Heirloom people are THE BEST! So thanks to all of you who showed up and bought stuff from us and wished us well. We appreciated it.
This week, Kim and I will be meeting to empty her big kidnapper van - as I affectionately call it - into my studio. I'm going to rearrange furniture in my studio and get ready for my huge retired stamp event on June 15. I'll be prepping a variety of cards. For a flat fee of $20, you can come and stamp as many cards as you want from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and if you place an order, you can pick from my retired stash for FREE. Hello! What a great deal.
Big hugs to you! I hope you're enjoying a fabulous Memorial Weekend, and take time out to say "Thank you" to those who have given their lives for our country.