(6) Pieces of coordinating Ribbons....3 grosgrain & 3 polka dots (1 yard each)
(4) Sheets of coordinating colored cardstock (not pictured)
(1) Sheet of Shimmery White cardstock (not pictured)
(1) Container of my favorite glitter...Dazzling Diamonds!
(1) Cute little Heart/Hanger Stamp
(1) Little Tin for you to decorate
So...how do you get your name in the drawing? That's easy. Just leave me a comment under this post and tell me about one of YOUR favorite SU item from the Spring/Summer Collection or the upcoming Occasions Mini Catalog. Everyone's welcome to enter. One entry per person please and I'll randomly draw one lucky winner on Monday morning!
Several of you have asked about how long I've been stamping...that's kind of a long story, but here's the condensed version. I was introduced to stamping about 20 years ago and it was love at first site. But life was busy and I didn't have the time or energy to invest in a hobby, so my projects were very simple and limited. Years later, my friends at work who took the time to attend SU workshops raved about what they were learning and I was astonished when I saw the projects they brought into work. Nancy Littrell worked in the office next to mine and she attended Leslie Miller's SU workshops. Another friend, Lyn, attended Cami Turnbow's SU workshops. Talk about inspiration...those girls are AMAZING. I never really made the connection about the difference between going to a "party" and going to a "workshop". I thought they were just going to buy stuff. So I skipped the workshops and just bought stuff. I ended up with this really random shelf full of supplies and no time to use them or clue what to do with them. A few years later, I resigned from my job, my youngest went off to college & found myself with the unexpected blessing of having the gift of time! I attended a SU workshop at my sweet friend Kim Miller's home last February and she introduced me to my dream job! I began stamping on a regular basis and investing in quality SU products. In August, with Nancy Littrell's help and encouragement, I started my gallery at SCS and began doing some of the challenges. She was right (she always is)...SCS is a great place to learn and grow. And in October, after Kim (Miller) insisted I was "ready"...she sat me down and showed me how to start a blog! People will tell you...the more time you spend stamping, the better you'll get...and I think that's really true. I've done more stamping this past year than I did the previous 19 years combined. I've learned a lot...and still have a lot more to learn. That's the best...waking up everyday and having something new to learn and a new way to express my creativity! So that's my story....and I'm stickin with it *wink* = )
I have some fun cards to show you ...but this post is already a mile long, so I'll do that a little later. Have a great day & I look forward to hearing about YOUR favorite SU products!!