Sorry for the late posting – another busy day – so many things happening at the end of the school year we can’t even do them all. Today Kyle had an AP test this morning, Ryan had a tennis match and then a band picnic and he had soccer practice which he missed. Then I had the last PTA board meeting of the year (and party) which I got to late after we spent some time at the picnic. Tommorrow is the same and now I have more things on Thursday too. Our schools get out at the end of May so there are lots of things to finish up in just a short amount of time. Anyway on to a stamping project…
One of the projects we made at the weekend retreat was an Envelope Scrapbook. This was the project that Dawn brought. We used the Afternoon Tea Designer Series Paper and the matching colors of card stock. When you remove the belly band and open the flap the center panel has three envelopes – each cut to a different length. Inside each envelope is a piece of cardstock that can be pulled out. You can add pictures and journaling to each of these and even to each of the envelope pockets.
The April Class Kits To Go will be ready tomorrow. I cut everything today for those and now I’m printing the instruction sheets. That was actually the project that I shared at the retreat. I think everyone liked it, but it took everyone the longest since it had the box and 6 cards and stamped envelopes. Stampin’ Up! has an art contest every month and I think next month’s theme for one of them is butterflies. I might just have to mail that in for the contest.
I also finished up my projects for the blog tour that is taking place this Friday and Saturday. So make sure to come back so you can visit all the stops on my tour. And I’ll give you the links to go to two other tours if you want to see even more ideas. I’m really pleased with my projects and one of them will be a class so I’ll send more details out on that as soon as I decide on the date.
Thanks for stopping by today!