Wednesday Wildness!

I don’t know about your place….but Wednesdays seem to get a little wild!  We just seem to be a little more hurried and starting to think about the weekend, but we’re only half way through the week!  Tonight at church we have a Missions Emphasis with our children that I have done alot of work on, so I am excited to see how the evening goes and if my “plans” pan out OK!   I am subbing this week in the High School Ag Dept.  Those of you that know me as the “city girl” from Dallas can get a good laugh at that one!   It is actually pretty calm back in the Ag shop so I am getting some scrapbooking done and getting paid to do it!  🙂   We watched videos on how to classify plants,  how to safely use LARGE metal power tools, and something else that I can’t even remember — shows you how interesting it was to me.  Hope it gets more exciting today! 

 Mark you calendar for these future stamp class dates:  April 3, April 17, April 29   All classes will be at 6:30 at my house.   Photos and details to follow by the end of the week, so keep checking back with me!


 I found a few minutes tonight to hide in my little stamp room and make this little notepad.  It was so quick and easy.  No more than 5 minutes from start to finish.  This is a miniature composition book, probably picked it up at a dollar store.   I cut 2 rectangles for the front and back, rounded the corners, and glued it on with a glue stick!  The stamped image is from Tart and Tangy and the paper is our new Designer Series Paper called summer picnic.  They go together nicely, but not ALL the images on the papers are fruits.  Just FYI.  Be watching for the class using this paper and this set on Thursday, April 17th.   It is going to be one of your favorites!  Oh, did you notice the shiny finish on the cherries???  I put a little bit of Crystal Effects on them……..nice touch to an already adorable journal!

 Thanks for all of your sweet comments about the blog.  I am working to learn more and more about how to do all of this!   Dawn

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