Hi! Wow, been crazy busy lately, but graduation is coming up in under 2 weeks, so things will probably calm down after that. This week is my last week of student teaching, I am sad to leave, yet ready to be on my own and have my own classroom. We'll see how the job search goes in these next few months!
Yesterday, I went to Stamp and Scrap University 13 and 14 (I've missed 3-12, haha), which was awesome! I learned a lot of new techniques, like inking up your own spectrum pad. It is so fun!! I have been making cards with my new custom made spectrum pad today.
Sara and I met a local stamper at the event, Michele, who lives right in Clifton and is a demonstrator as well. She is as crazy as Sara and I about stamping!
Wanted to share some cards I made today with my new custom made spectrum pad from yesterday's event. I made these cards for the teaching staff and my co-op at school as a thank you for all their hard work and help these past few months. I am so excited how cool they look with the spectrum pad! The big thanks uses the technique Starburst Spectrum, and the Happy for you uses Embossing Resist. These cards are 8 1/2" by 5 1/2" ( a full sheet of cardstock folded in half). Enjoy!
Posted by Heather at 6:25:00 PM