Last night, I held my October Stamp Camp.
It's been quite a stampin' week… and still thinking about our Atlanta gathering… the Pals Blog Hop with Blog Candy, a new Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge and having some October fun with my stampin' group.
Here's one of the cards we made. This was a CASE from Stampin' Up!'s blog…gorgeous colors, Basic Gray and Crisp Cantaloupe. The group loved this one.
…and here's our second project. I CASED this from Pal, Pam Morris. Pam gave a similar gift to all of us who attended our Pals Atlanta gathering. Thank you, Pam, we loved this project. The bags are in Stampin' Up!'s Annual Catalog and that Silver Glimmer Paper is absolutely stunning!
Inside is a set of four 3 X 5 note cards with envelopes. So here's what we did…
We played "Chopped Challenge" at our Stamp Camp. For any of you who don't know what that is, check it out here, and thank you again, Brian King!
Yep, I put a bunch of stamps, inks and embellishments on the table, gave them their blank note cards and said…"CREATE"!!!
It was FUN! FUN! FUN!
Below is another version of the bag's tag (Pumpkin Pie Ribbon) which, by the way, I think is outstanding…thank you again, Pam Morris!
The mood last night was definitely one of giving. I announced my Blog Candy Winner yesterday morning and had some Stampin' Up! Halloween goodies for my group. (I usually give them all a little something at the end, but yesterday was a little more special). Well, I didn't say a word to anyone about my surprise, and wouldn't you know it… each one of the gang brought something for everyone. It was like Christmas in October!
Once again, I want to showcase Georgia Egan's work… she's also a Pal and a very talented paper crafter. Georgia loves to create and design gifts. She made this little goodie box for each one of us and filled it with chocolates…
I must say, I have a very special group of ladies. We decided that our November Stamp Camp will be all Christmas, and the consensus is that we do a little Iris Folding…a truly beautiful art. I'll be sure and post our projects then…and I have no doubt, Santa will show up!
Thank you for stopping by today, and happy stampin' to you!
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Sounds like you have a great stamping group, Deb! Wish I lived closer so I could crash the party.
Have been thinking about our fun time, also! I have pinned the first two projects for my class and pinned Georgia’s under my 3-D… so cute!
Miss you, Jersey Girl!
Brian, I would love to have you crash our party. The gang would love it also. You are welcome anytime!
Katy…seems each day this past week I was referring to our Atlanta Pals “regional”… I so enjoy visiting your blog and am glad you enjoyed Georgia’s box. She is very talented and loves to create 3-D’s along with cards.
I miss y’all, too Katy!