…cause I am sure you can think of at least one person you could send this card to.
So Eric and I drove around today stopping here and there and then here again, oh and there.
I am on a hunt for paper to use my Copics. I got a few different kinds to do a science experiment.
My sister Jacqui and some of the Hanna Stamps Design Team girls recommend Georgia Pacific, but do you think I can find it? Nope!
Some of the girls recommend Neenah paper, but I could never get Xpedx to answer, so they must be closed on Saturday.
I just know that Stampin' Up!'s Whisper White does not work very good with them. So tonight I am going to put on my white Scientist coat and do some experimentation!!!
While I was in Joann's looking for white cardstock, I ran into my friend Cindy (hey chickie) and also one of my Demonstrators Daphne, (Hi-ya!) so it was a busy place today.
Well I am off, I got me some stampin' to do. I got some new Molly Stamps stuff burnin' a hole in my desk….
Oh and watch for Monday's post, me and my girlfriend Cindy are doing a fun little challenge, and I am excited to see what SHE comes up with…she's gonna kick my butt, I just know it!
Have a great Sunday and thanks for stopping in!
Hi Di! Just to let you know, Marianne has a blog and she did a poll on the best paper to use for Copics. Papertrey paper was a good one and of course the Neenah. http://www.ilikemarkers.blogspot.com. Marianne is the instuctor for using Copic Markers. It's invaluable information on the different uses of your Copics. I love this website. Good luck! And your cards are awesome as usual! Julia
Both cards are so adorable. I love the "sucks to be you" stamp. Very funny! I forgot SU makes personalized stamps.
Paper Trey cardstock is great for Copics!
Beautiful cards! Thanks for shairng a new way to use the vampire stamp.
josefa laura says
it's so cute and the colors are so beautiful
Savor the Journey says
**fits of giggles in Texas**
These are delightful, Diana!