People Like You

Once upon a time, long long ago, when rubber stamping on greeting cards first started, there were only 3 components:  a piece card stock, a rubber stamp, some ink.  “People Like You” returns to these basics:  card stock, a rubber stamp, ink.

2014-04-18 2014-04-18 001 012“People Like You” is a lovely single stamp – pretty flowers and a wonderful message.  There is no need for any embellishment – no ribbon, no bling, no candy dots or punches.  This card is perfect just the way it is.  Debbi stamped the image in Real Red and framed it with Real Red and Whisper White.  Wouldn’t this make a great card for Mother’s Day, or a birthday, or even a Thinking of You sentiment.  In fact, as “people” refers to plural, this image could even be used for a Wedding Anniversary. 

This is one of the four cards we will be creating at our May Stamp Camp.  Dates/times for this stamp camp:  Thursday, May 1 – 2 PM – 9 PM; Friday, May 2 – 2 PM – 9 PM; and Saturday, May 3 – 9 AM – 4 PM.  If you need an alternate date/time, please contact me and I am sure I can accommodate your request.

Other exciting changes with Stampin’ Up include the retiring product list which came out April 21st, new items in the upcoming 2014-2015 catalog which goes live June 2nd, Stampin’ Blendabilities Markers (like Copic markers and no – the current markers will still remain), authentic Project Life products, the new 2014 – 2016 In Colors, and more.  I am quite excited about the Blendabilities markers.  The demonstrators who have had a chance to “play” with them are quite impressed, and the rumor is that they will be cheaper than the Copic markers.  I need all available help to assist me when it comes to shading!

Three more cards to come for the May Stamp Camp – is your calendar for these dates?  I hope you are all enjoying this wonderful weather!

Blessings, Rosemary – 630/759-3089 – paperrose01@aol.com

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