We had such a blast at the Rubbah & Craft sale yesterday. I got lots of pats on the head & adoring looks, but no one took me up on my offer for kisses & antibacterial mouthwash. Do you think $20 was too high a price for that?
I'm worth every dog biscuit!
I know! I'll start in the middle!
A trip to the drive through & to the credit union was on the agenda. They let me in the credit union, but no birthday bucks or free samples there, so we moved on.
I'll be visiting Ann's hairdresser's later this week to receive more appropriate fawning & praise.
Now that I'm 6, Ann thinks I am now old enough for my first Bully Stick. Why did se wait so long? I don't know because it's a treat that I can while away my afternoon with.
Since I'm approaching the early stages of middle age, Ann made me a nice gentleman's card. You may think it looks Clean & Simple, but I'll show you the inside next week to change your mind.
It features the Well Worn Designer Series Paper in Crumb Cake, Cajun Craze & Early Espresso. Having DSP & a Stampin' Up! catalog means that you just look in the Catalog to find out what colors are in the DSP and pick a few!
So here I am with the stash! I got a Simply Scored Board. I'm showing you the Mica Flakes (AKA SNOW!) so that you have an idea how big the jar is. .7 oz seems like it wouldn't be very big, but when you SEE it, there's a lot of snow in there! I also got that 25 & Counting set so that I can have Ann teach a class to make that Advent Calendar on page 36 of the Holiday Mini.
And there's my first Bully Stick & Rope Knot. Ann is so good to me! And I know she's pretty good to you as well!
It's a grrrrreat time to be the blog dog of a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.
It gRRRRROCKS when you join our team!