Yesterday, Sue announced that she had found her grandson at Recycled Rubber. Those of us in hearing distance roared with laughter. Her grandson is so darn cute and smart, maybe we should dig a little deeper to see what lurks underneath all of the rubber stamps.
It was a most enjoyable afternoon that we spent making the Bunnies, Fairies, Flowers, Oh My! book with Deb Kuttel. I'm posting pics of the actual pages for those of us who did not quite complete the book; I'm also hoping that some of you might be inspired to make one of your own. We exhausted the supply of the Graphic 45 papers in the Once Upon A Springtime collection, so I'll be ordering more because it will make perfect papers to use for Easter and other spring creations.
But first, I must show you this picture of Marilyn and the "find of the month" in her tool kit.
|An 'old' banana . . . luckily, it didn't smell!|
There are lots of new Magenta and Impression Obsession stamps for your choosing. Take a look . . .
The 6x6 Paper Pak from Webster's Pages is at the front counter. It includes papers from the Spring Market, Yacht Club and Country Estate collections that debuted at CHA.
|6x6 Paper Pad from Webster's Pages|
Please stop in and see us at Art 'n Soul . . . it will brighten your day!