The days are ticking down for the current catalog. So if there is anything you are wanting off the retiring list, please let me know right away. You only have until May 31. A bunch of the retiring accessories are running out or are already gone.
Stamp Club was fun today and I think the girls liked their make n takes. It was fun showing them the new pads and telling them how easy they are to ink up the stamps now.
Jeff, Eric and I moved half the Chuk-lets over into the second brooder. I am thinking we should have done that before they could fly. You should have seen us, trying not to lift the lid up too high so they could fly out, some did and we had to wrangle them up. We did lose one as he got behind the counter bench thing, so I am hoping he makes his way out and is ok, Jeff says he will probably die. Well I am looking at the positive side of it, why can't he when it is all quiet walk around and make his way out from the cupboard? Maybe he will figure out how to open the brooders and let all his siblings escape in the middle of the night (so Madagascar-ish) and when Jeff opens up the barn in the morning they will be ready and fly away. Wouldn't that be something. I can hear them now...
As soon as I saw this hostess set I was in love...I mean you know I love to color. One of the perks of being a Demonstrator (and there are many) is we can pre-order certain things, certain times of the year. So I ordered this hostess set. I copied the card layout from my sweet friend Anna Wight (Hi Anna...hey the coop is almost done...yay!!!)
Stamp Set: Summer Afternoon - earn yours for free by booking your workshop now, or joining one of my stamp clubs.
Paper: Very Vanilla, Soft Suede, Watercolor paper, Comfort Cafe DSP
Ink: Jetblack Stazon, Cajun Craze, Soft Suede, Pool Party, Summer Starfruit, Lucky Limeade, Sahara Sand
Misc: Early Espresso Bakers Twine, Neutral Button
I was right too, it was fun to color. I have a 7 page PDF tutorial if you wanna learn how easy it is to color with the ink refills. In fact my new pads were so juicy, just one or two squeezes put enough ink on the inside of the lid to paint.
Oh I had someone email me and say "where's that cute ice cream cone card you did?"
You mean this one?
Here's the link to the tutorial to show how easy it is to make the ice cream scoops.
Well this old gal is off to beddie bye.
Have a blessed Sunday and thanks for stopping in.