My son is studying Shakespeare in freshman Literature.
He can't stop talking about all the "cool" things
he's learning... such as...
the language used to "boo" someone from the stage...
"dimwitted dung loving bladder face!"
He is such a boy!
But at least his sharing led me to a fun title
for today's post.
Did you miss this past weekend's Stamp Club?
Zip a quick email to me and we can meet at
Coffee Crossing in New Albany
to stamp up several of these sweet little treats.
This close to Valentine's Day,
our Stamp Club gift really should have been
adorned with "hearts" and "xoxo's"
but to be quite honest with you,
I NEED SPRING!!!
he he he... Our weather has been so cold & icy
and I'm just so ready for FLOWERS!
That's the beauty of the art of rubber stamping...
I can stamp whatever image I am in the mood for,
gift my stamped image into something
like this adorable little treat envelope and
it will make others feel so specail...
even if the images are "out of season."
This little treat envelope was created using the
Envelope Punch Board
and a 5" x 5" piece of Designer Series Paper.
Simply punch and score at 2-1/2"
and continue with the same on all sides.
Unfamiliar with how to use the
Envelope Punch Board?
When we get together at
Coffee Crossing in New Albany,
I will show you how fun and easy it is to
create envelopes of all shapes and sizes.
Just email me to set up a time for us to
Thanks for visiting!
Thank you for not throwing any tomatoes!
HA! (Shakespeare reference, he he he.)
Stamps: Petite Petals, Perfect Pennants
Inks: Pistachio Pudding, Early Espresso
Card Stocks/Papers: Whisper White, Pistachio Pudding, Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper
Tools: Envelope Punch Board, 2-1/2" Circle Punch, Petite Petals Punch
Other: In Color Boutique Details, Mini Glue Dots