Tuesday, 1 July 2008

Leeds Stampin' Tour

Wow what can I say. It was such a fabulous evening getting to meet Shelli and some of her team, including her sister. We managed to make three projects too which I thoroughly enjoyed and so did my friends who came along.

This was the first project we made using 'Big bold birthday' Stamp set on page 35. This is actually a treat bag that you can pop some choccies inside, and you know EVERYONE loves chocolate.

This was the second project we made, using the 'Bundle of joy' stamp set in page 32. It is a tag inside a pocket.
This was the third project we manage to make. Although I had to finish the last page at home and then I realised I didn't ahve the correct wheel, duh. Must of been the long drive I had last night. These are two 6 x 6 scrapbook pages.
I also got to meet a couple of the girls from ILWS (In love with Stamping) forum. They are so sweet. Hi Monica and Sally.
Anyway must dash to go and collect my little one from school my oldest has gone to the senior school for her first visit and she was so scared this morning bless her. But she will be fine once she gets there with her friends.


Michelle said...

Hi Melanie,
I love these projects. I wish I was nearer to one of these events, they sound like so much fun! I am loving your blog, I check it often. I hope your daughter did ok on her visit!

Carolynne H said...

Beautiful projects Melanie! You have been Blog-hopped! I thought I was the only one that did this... I have a list (in My Faves)that I run through every day... I have added you to it now aswell... Gonna take even longer now!

Heres mine...
Carolynne. x

Need More Time to Craft said...

Beautiful projects. Wish I lived a bit nearer to one of these events. Never mind perhaps next time. Great blog. Keep up the good work.
Carole x

Maggie said...

Wow you did well finishing all three projects - I was too busy gabbing (scottish for chatting a lot :D )
I like your version of the scrapbook page - it looks every bit as good as the original

Helen said...

LOVE what you made! Shelli is lovely, isn't she?