Tuesday, October 30, 2012

From Penny Black's blog . . .

"Penny Circle member Joy Taylor (joytaylor1975) shared this ABSOLUTELY, jaw-droppingly amazing text poinsettia in the Penny Circle gallery this weekend. Seriously gasp-out-loud lovely. She blogged about it (and a little about inspiration, too!) here on her blog, Less is More.  Stamp used: Christmas Star.  Thanks for sharing your creation with us, Joy!"

More Christmas cards from the Art 'n Soul Christmas Party earlier this month . . .
by Marj Marion
Penny Black Quote Stamp:  2760F
Spellbinder's Labels 4 Die
Impression Obsession Birds in Trees Cover a Card Stamp 102
Judikins Cherry Twinkle Embossing Powder

by Dianne Johnson
Memory Box Snowy Pine Landscape Stamp F1900
Memory Box Simply Wonderful Stamp B1870
Silver & Sapphire Stardream Paper
Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink
Judikins White Diamond & Midnight Twinkle Embossing Powders
Hero Hues Sea Mixed Accents

by Deb Kuttel
Impression Obsession I Heard a Bird Stamp D3826
Decorative Paper Strips
Scor Tape with Elizabeth Crafts' Glitter Ritz Glitter

by Sue Moffatt
by Alissa Peppley
Penny Black Snow Dust Stamp 4102K
Rubber Soul Peace Stamp 1770F
Memory Box Penne Frame Die 98387
Memory Box Quinn Flourish Die 98267

by Susie Tracy

by Debbie Gaetz
Penny Black May the Spirit of Christmas Stamp 3024F
Versamark Crimson Red ink
Basic Grey Berry Melody "Joyful Cheep" paper
(for background & also to cut out birds individually)
140 lb. cold press watercolor paper (smooth side for stamping)
Fabriano Vertical Card
Couture Creations 'Annalee' Embossing Folder on Red Velvet Paper Strips

Recycled Rubber is this Saturday, so make sure you have brought your treasures in by tomorrow (Wednesday) if you want them included in the November Recycled Rubber sale. Recycled Rubber only happens on Saturday because Marj will be teaching another one of her fabulous classes on Sunday. Rumor has it that there is a whole lot of new Recycled Rubber finds for you to seek out!

If you bring in your treasures, please make sure it clearly identifies your assigned initials. There are times when the label is separated from the item and we have no idea who the item belongs to. And if you want to price your item, please feel free to include your selling price on the same label with your assigned initials.

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