Friday, December 5, 2008

Crafty Christmas Stamp-a- Stack Results

They could make a 6 x 6 scrapbook page or a 3 x 6 card. I got this idea from one of the presenters at convention this year. What a great idea. I've used it at a couple of workshops where there are some scrapers and card makers, that way they got to chose. Worked great!
I thought I was coming up with a neat idea for this one until I looked at Stampers Showcase on SU's Demo site. Someone had almost the exact idea, except she had used the scallop circle punch. Oh well, I guess great minds work alike.

These are the other two projects that I had for them to do. The card is pretty much a CASE from the mini. They loved the rub-ons on the candles. I'll try and post the other 8 projects that my downlines did as soon as I have time to make them or they make them for me. We had a total of 46 who came and stamped with us. We charged $1.00 per project which I know some of you think that's too cheap and it is, but everyone had such a good time and for us that's what it's all about. We had another raffle basket to help pay for the room rental and 14 door prizes! Everyone who told us they were coming before had received an extra door prize slip. We had little buckets sitting by the door prizes and they could pick which one they wanted to try and win. We drew at the end of the event. A friend brought some Tastefully Simply samples,(Thanks Sherri!) which were very good, and another brought Tupperware to sell. (Thanks Teresa!) They also brought a door prize and something to put in the Raffle basket.


June said...

What a fantastic turn-out for a lovely stamp-a-stack! Your projects are delightful and I'm certain that everyone had a great time.

Tai said...

Twila: I love have the page and card go together. Using the wheel is so quick and neat. Just up my alley.

Thanks for sharing



Tiffany Bauer said...

What awesome projects!!

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Love ya girl!!