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Thursday, May 03, 2007

This is a Test!!

This is a test for my stampers. The first one to email me and tell me they read this post gets the finished notebook and the stamp. I got this stamp at the local dollar store. I didn't know they had stamps there. I thought it was pretty so I bought it. After all it was only a dollar!!! SO to anyone who has stamped at my house (you don't need to be a club member) this post is for you. The first one to email me saying they saw it gets the notebook and the stamp! This is to see if my stampers REALLY do read my blog!!! SO sneaky!!! LOL

I purchased small 3" x 4" notebooks and just added card stock to the front and back and then a stamped image with a layer or two depending on the stamp. This one only has one layer on top of the card stock that is used to cover the notebook! I added the three brads before I taped it to the Old Olive layer. I used the direct to rubber technique with a marker. A very fun and a very quick project. It's great for Stamp Camp, a Hostess Gift or even Make & Takes. I keep one in my purse for notes.
Who's going to be first??????


Jennifer said...

Well, I'm not one of your stampers, but I wanted to comment on your card. It's funny, because I bought this exact stamp a while back and used it for the first time yesterday, and just posted the card I made with it today! Just found that kinda funny. I really like your card - it looks great!
And I hope your stampers really are reading!

Jennifer said...

Oops....I mean I like your notebook!

Jan Scholl said...

I am not one of your stampers but one of your subscribers. I get the feed about 18-24 hours after you post it. Your idea sure is cute-be fun for younger stampers like scouts to make

Anonymous said...

Love the notebook, wish our dollar store had stamps like this!

Pattyjo said...

I love your blog and your cards are so pretty.

Rosella said...

I'm really sorry I am not one of your stampers. I know I would like to stamp with you. You have very great projects. Would love to learn to use polymer clay too. But we're obviously close enough for me to go and stamp with you, we're not in the same timezone. Thank you for sharing your art with us with your blog.