Tamara’s Paper Trail

I’m fine with this! Last week was a draining one and I had taken last night to decompress and relax (for a big change!). Our epic trip to Rome and Greece is fast approaching and I was in a shopping mood, therefore I grabbed the teenagers and headed to the mall. THAT wasn’t a cheap endeavor, but also for Once I spent more on ME than I did so on THEM! I offered a few more even!

I still need to find some shoes to look with all these new clothes .. Three hours of shopping got me in quite a bit of pain therefore I needed to call it a day. Thursday I had been rear-ended, heading off to pick up Alicia from school. I didn’t Think it was a huge deal but, on closer inspection of the automobile, there Is some harm and my ankle joint and hip are giving me grief. Guess I’m off to the doctor and physio this week. It was also a brilliant active end to the week as I helped one of my team gals put on a fundraiser for the MS Bike Ride to Conquer Cancer.

It was a great, Fast hour of crafting with about 15 brand new stampers. Evidence of fun, inky crafting session! They are also the credit cards we will be making within my course this Friday night. 35 for just two tins with 10 notecards in each. You make 2 each of these 5 designs. I’ve room for 2 more stampers so still, if you are in the Edmonton area send me a note when you can come! Night time and Saturday morning hours I help a class and my team Stampin’ Social event Friday.

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We made the same 3 tasks and I liked all the cards we made, using all new products from the 2019-2020 catalog (which goes live June 4th). Check them out! The first one is made with the new “Butterfly Wishes” stamp arranged (for the backdrop and FABULOUS sentiment font!!!) and the bloom is made with the new Floral Substance stamp coordinating and established punch.

I love the new ribbon with these cards but (can you believe it) I RAN OUT! I have actually used a whole roll of ribbon in only 3 weeks! Luckily for me personally I had fashioned another NEW ribbon readily available that worked equally well! The colors I used were Very Vanilla, Sahara Sand, and Petal Pink. The next credit card we made was CASED from my fried Rose Marie Coleman. For the Fri night time class and came up with THIS fairly credit card Later Thursday night time I had been Still creating, using the new Purple Posy In Colour, along with the new Good Morning Magnolia stamp place and coordinating dies ..

Have to blow my locks back for me personally to have them in a course. Friday morning I decided to get right up and try again So 4:00 am. THAT one I cherished to have in the class enough. I simply can’t get enough of the Free as a Bird stamp set and designer paper!

I’m on my second pack of paper already! You need these products! I even used TRINKETS with this card! Again, I always Buy trinkets but I almost always finish up selling them after they retire, using NONE of them exactly! I’m growing as a crafter! I had been delighted to have my team member Kerri Anne come to our Social all the true way from Brampton, Ontario. She has business in Calgary next week but came up to play with us and to visit her nephew, who live here in Edmonton.

It was a great start to the weekend. What’s approaching next week? I have a great deal of prep to do for just two big gigs I’ve by the end of the month. I’m going to be spending all week prepping marketing materials and establishing Five Stamparatus machines so 35 new chapters can be successful at their first-time stamping! Today IS THE DEADLINE TO GET IN ON THE EARLY Bird PRICING.

There is ONE spot left each day session and only four left in the evening. Today if you want to come Message me! In order that has been my week and what I’ve come down the pipe. Whatever You get yourself up to today, I am hoping you have a stamp Monday!

Canadian red and white wine are served with dinner. Another round of coffee and wine was offered at Trenton Junction. Previously, a cold appetizer was served with choice of bread. The appetizer and dessert all appeared on the tray together, again saving a vacation down the aisle and compressing the service schedule significantly. Nearer to Kingston, a digestive was offered – brandy, Cognac, or Irish cream were popular choices.