O What Fun! Yesterday was Stamp Class Day (a.k.a. Mom Runs Around Crazy-like Cleaning the House and We Can't Get Out Any Toys or Eat Dinner At Home Day as my children are more familiar with it)!
I love Stamp Class Day. I held two classes and both were full.
We used Vellum in the Big Shot, worked with flameless flickering tealights, and used a brand new stamp set that will be in the new catalog coming out in July.
We welcomed four new stampers to class, Ann brought yummy calorie free snacks, and my morning class watched me fall UP the stairs going to get us something to drink. (I'm so thankful my stampers are kind people. No one laughed or snickered at my clumsiness--at least not while I was still sprawled on the steps debating how I could gracefully get up.)
What I'm showing you today is a project found HERE. You can pick these flameless tealights at dollar stores and craft stores and WalMart quite cheaply. I won't go into detail on how to center the scallop circle on the top of the tealight because you can read it HERE. Let's just say we used the x-tra sharp Stampin Up Hobby Blade with out a major incident! I'm so proud of my ladies!
The matching card measures 3x3 and we used Cottage Wall DSP, Old Olive, and Rich Razzleberry Ribbon.