Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Hooray for stamp group

Originally uploaded by Patty_kins
Finally, I finally made it to the Stamp group and hang out with some ladies. I tell you, despite the fact that I'm the youngest in the group and asides from crafting I have very little relating to the group, they're all wonderful people and that's what made it fun. We all help each other out and we make changes to different projects and stuff. It was fun time to be had by all. That really makes the 45 mile drive worth it. I know, it's crazy I live in the 4th largest city in the country, and have to go to a suburb to attend a stamp group... how crazy is that?!

Anyway, the SU Demo is awesome, and I know there are plenty of demos out there, but seriously, she's so nice and gather herself a nice bunch of ladies that makes me come back time and over again. She got a new place and since she was the first one built out in the neighborhood, it was kinda scary at night that there's no houses or lights around. But, like I said, her and her crew really makes up for alot of the little things.

This is one of the projects I did. I love going to her because I pay $10, $15 include the new catty, and I get to use all her supplies and she has some sample projects to get our juice flowing. This is one of those... it's just so simple and elegant. No thrill but classy. I'm loving Ruby Red right now... it came out less 'in-your-face' and much more soothing than I remembered.

Have you check out the new SU catty yet? It is online. I must say there are alot of new stuff didn't inspire me like some of their older stuff, but I'm lovin' this Embrace Life set. Maybe its time to revisit the catty.

All supplies by SU


Estivalia said...

your card is gorgeus! I've been viewing the catalog online, but I think it's so much different to browse it IRL.

So far, I think I really want this patterned paper and the circle scalloped punch :)

Heather said...

I was the youngest in both of my stamp clubs when we lives out west. It is nice to stamp and socialize.