Thursday, March 20, 2008

Scrapbook in a tin!







Hey stampers! We want to share with you some more of our cool ideas for the Twin cities Stamping Gala coming up in just one week! AMAZING isnt it that the year flew by and we are onto another fun weekend? Here is a sneak peek into our awesome Friday Night special make and take. REmember that our angelic make and takes are ALWAYS free to you. We appreciate you taking the time to hang out and shop so come and make one of these aweseome brag tags sure to show off your fave kids or pets...how about both? hee hee


So here is my lovely daughters Maia 18, and Sara 16. madison is in there too but you cant see her hanging on my purse. She is 9 already. I tied some ribbons to the ring I used to hang the tags on my purse. How stinin cute???? the other brag tag above is my two boys, Adam 11 and Mike 14...





Here is one of our awesome classes featured at the stamping convention here in the twin cities. First of all this cool project is perfect for those of us that love a fast and fun scrapbook without making a big book! Its the scrapbook in a tin class and you are going to adore making it. We started out with these 5x7 tins that include the folded cardstock (heavy duty of course) and two covers. Now we didnt use these covers for the class so you can do all sorts of things later with them. You can make another project, and remember to use that cropodile cause that is the BEST for making holes to hang things. Its fun...



So anyway, the class with the scrapbook in a tin, and all that makes these awesome pages is just $25 and includes all supplies as well:) Contact Bonnie about signing up or your local Angelette to get your name on the list. EAch of our classes is just for 8 special stampers so hurry and sign up.
This is the fun cover all decorated and ready to enjoy. We used the Miss Moxie collection for this project and loved the results! My daughter Sara is the featured beauty in the photos here:)

1 comment:

Nancy Grant said...

So neat!!! I have a tin and I look at the blank pages and get like stage fright... nothing comes to me. After seeing what you did I am definitely inspired.

THANKS!

:-)

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