First I made a card to send to the home while someone is away. I used Grid Backgrounder on the background.
Supplies: All the stamps except the crackle are Cornish Heritage Farms. The patern paper is by Stampin' Up.
I went to Stampfest Orlando yesterday. It was awesome. I'm going to go every year I decided.
I met famous people!!! Wanna see?
Here I am with Bad Sherry. She was working at the Rubbernecker booth, doing awesome things all day long for the crowds.
Here I am with Jeanne. She was working the Rubbernecker booth too. It was cool they had three demos going at the same time. Very cool set up.
I also met Kittie. She was also at Rubbernecker, doing a demo of her new stamp sets. AWESOME by the way! AND we saw her make her famous clouds and it was so super easy. I can't wait to try it out.
I was with my good friend Anita. I'm sorry to say I didn't take any photos with her. :( I kept thinking I'd get one later... later never came.
I did buy plenty of stuff though! Lets see what we have here:
A TON of paper from Marcos Papers. Do yall know them? They will take all your money and leave you with amazing papers.
Some of those coil thingies for the Bind-It-All I have on order.
Some Inque Boutique stamps.
An alphabet stamp set.
A bunch of unmounted rubber stamps.
That ranger white pen I keep hearing about.
The black momento inkpad.
Some transparent glitter.
I totally regret NOT buying stuff at The Stencil Collection booth. They had a huge kit of almost everything that had these tiny beads, colored emobssing pastes, chalks, colored glossy stuff like glossy accents, only colors, a DVD, a tool kit, pick two stencils from the wall, and on and on. Anita got that. Well in her room later I played with it to decorate the black notebook, see it there in the center of my shot? That was SUPER fun! I wish I'd raced back in there and bought some! I'm going to have to make sure I get some next year.