Last Friday I was asked to be one of the eight make-n-take teachers at Adventure's in Stamping Stamp Convention in Strongsville, Ohio. I have had the privilege of being part of this convention for the last 18 years. The Make-n-Take night on Friday is some thing new that was started a couple years ago.
The night is a fast pace night of make-n-takes. There are eight teachers and we have 10 new stampers in our make-n-take class every 20 minutes. That means we stamp with 80 new stampers that evening.
I decided to focus on the Merriest Wishes Bundle. Which is a bundle with 11 rubber stamps and 7 dies.
When one first looks at this bundle, all they see and think is tags. That is why I decided to use this bundle and make some cards. Every one who took part in this event got to make the bottom card. But I had the display board with the other two cards so they could see the possibilities that can be done with this bundle.
I was pleased with the results, as many bought this bundle and admitted they hadn't given it a second look until they saw the cards. That makes a me happy, as I know I did a good job showing them possibilities they hadn't thought of.
Check back tomorrow as I share tags I made from this bundle. Would you like to add this bundle to your stamp collection? Order It Now By Clicking Here.