Saturday, November 20, 2010


An order of Sakura glaze pens and metallic gelly roll pens arrived at the store, just in time to make your holiday projects even more special. Stampington's new magazines also arrived . . . Take Ten . . . Stamper's Sampler . . . Somerset Studio Gallery.

I love picking up the latest Stampington publications because I gain so many ideas . . . and it's like being in an imaginery candy store for the mind -- one is not enough!

I have to show you the awesome memory tray that Janice Shineman of Shelton, WA created using Graphic 45's Halloween in Wonderland paper line. Halloween is over, yes . . . but what you can do with these memory trays from 7 Gypsies has so many possibilities with the beautiful papers and accessories available to you.

I've also photo'd close-ups of the various sections so it's easier for you to see Janice's handiwork.

The top row of the tray from left to right.

Notice the paper steam coming out of the teacup
and the ribbon tied to the teapot handle.

The middle row of the memory tray.

One of the best webs!

How about those 3-D clock hands!

The bottom row of the memory tray.

Thanks, Janice, for sharing this awesome project with us. We're all going to want to take our beautiful papers, embellishments and ephemera and transform a memory tray into something we can cherish forever from a holiday, special occasion or memorable moment. Graphic 45, I am sure, would be extremely proud to show this off!

That's it for today . . . packing up and heading home from Spokane . . . it would be nice to get across Snoqualmie Pass before sundown.

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