I was so good yesterday being the official greeting machine at the Craft & Rubber Sale in Sacramento. You local stampers would be so proud of me! I was on my very best behavior! I wish Ann would have taken a picture of me. There a was a LOT going on & her purse was left inside.
It was great to meet the stampers & hang out with my canine friends, Molly & Luke. They're fantastic dogs, but I have to admit that I'm a people dog. I came to work & excel at the meet & greet process.
While Ann napped & rested up for her big dinner last night, I rustled around our stamp table for leftovers. It's a designing process that my favorite huMAN uses when he makes cards. You find something that Ann has on the table & make your own card with it! It could be a left over or something she's saving. There are no rules except to use a found piece as your inspiration piece.
Ann's in the middle of a technique video project for the Master Stamper members. That's a special site for Ann's online classes. The Whisper White with Pool Party & Island Indigo on it is a left over piece from the video so I used it for my challenge. (You Master Stamper Members are going to LOVE what's NOT left over!)
I think that if it were planned, it would have even more color on the front, but that's not the challenge! I chose the new Layered Labels stamp set & the new Apothecary Accents Framelits Dies from the new catalog to set off the accidental background.
So I'm challenging all you humans to look around your stamp room & find something you were going to throw away – or perhaps something you were saving for a rainy day – and make something out of it! Maybe we're feature YOUR card over at the Master Stamper!
Ann's got one more event this weekend & then it's back to the creative part of her job! In the meantime, I'm going to see what I can find to challenge myself. The problem isn't finding a leftover. It's deciding which one!
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