Stampcation make and takes

it’s been a whirlwind here today! Matt took a few pics earlier and now I’ll show what everyone made!

The Christmas trees were created by Catherine Harwood, who is here with us! she used Versamark on vanilla card stock and resisted with sponging. (so clever!)

the chocolate holder was something I saw on the display boards at convention but they had used the tree. thank you to the creative person who inspired the idea!

how sweet is the little 3×3 valentine?!

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5 Responses to Stampcation make and takes

  1. MaryE says:

    Lordy Girl, you are up early….again! Stampcation has been wonderful! The demonstrations have been so informative. The ability to socialize w/ so may other energetic , wonderful, positive women is priceless. Thank you and Shantae for a wonderful, wonderful week-end. We will definitely be back next year!

  2. I loved every minute of Stampcation! You are super planners with great ideas.
    Loved the swaps, demonstrations, sweet treats, great supplies packets and on and on ………..
    Thanks to all involved for a terrific weekend!

  3. chaun says:

    Oh wow! Love, love, love the chocolate holders! Is there a way we could get the directions to make that?

  4. lindastamps says:

    It’s super easy! 2 top note die cuts, score and fold at 1″ at the bottom of each. Then glue those 2 bottom folds together (overlapping on top of eachother) That’s it! Give it a try…

    Linda

  5. Linda and Shantaie — this was one of the best planned and executed events I’ve ever been to! Thanks for inviting me to help in a small way — big fun and I know all of us from the space coast cannot wait for the next one. You rock!!! If you’re a demonstrator within range of Orlando and you missed this event, be sure to make it next time. Thanks again for all your hard work — and thanks to Matt, too!!!

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