Stampin’ The Day Away!

Today we visited Susan Adams and Janet Baker, two very talented demos here in St. George. We stamped some REALLY cute projects that I’ll share with you!
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Oh my gosh, how cute is this! It is an easel card with a vellum window so the little Tealight candle (with the battery) shines from inside of it!
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Look at this cute paper bag popcorn holder with a pretzel broomstick!
These next little guys Janet Baker named Tic Tac Friend-zies! Think of all the little characters you can make with Tic Tac containers!
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This is a cute little snowman Friend-zie that we made at Susan’s:

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Janet Baker created these also and named the Treat Tubes. (you guys that stamp with me locally, we are making these!)

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Off to stamp more! You do the same!
Linda

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9 Responses to Stampin’ The Day Away!

  1. Charlene h. says:

    I love the easel card! What a neat idea. i sure hope you will share how you made it once you get back. It sounds like the Founder’s Circle trip is so much fun!

  2. Teresa says:

    LOVE the easel card!!!! Can you share how you made it?? Looks like you are having fun and learning a lot along the way!!

  3. I’ll be doing it for stamping school soon so you will see It there !

    Linda Heller

  4. Connie Hobbs says:

    Isn’t it the best to stamp with other talented stampers! I’m so glad you had this opportunity!

  5. Susan G says:

    These are really cute. Sounds like Founder’s Circle was a great trip. Do either of these ladies have their own blogs? I love to look at new ideas and wasn’t able to find them by googling.

  6. suzstamper.blogspot.com

    Is Susan’s!

    Linda Heller

  7. kivonne says:

    I would love the Treat Tubes…will you do a tutorial on them??? They are fabulous! Thank you for sharing!

  8. I plan on asking Janet if I can but they are pretty easy! you can use 2 mason jar lids for tops and bottoms or use the Stampin’ Up button/brad round containers.

  9. Michelle says:

    Hi can you show a picture of the sucker it looks like it has fabric around it. You can see a little bit of it in the tic tac picture thanks

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