Friday afternoon was my first stamp camp of the new school year, and several of my coworkers, past and present, joined me to make Becky Roberts' milk carton project. It was fun getting the gang together again to stamp and visit. The only problem was that I had dropped my key tag punch when putting together my box of stuff to bring for stamp camp, and we found out early that the drop had damaged the punch and it wouldn't work. So, I improvised making a template that everyone could trace to make the handle for their milk carton box. Bummer, to say the least, as SU! just retired that punch! Hopefully I can get it back aligned and working again. Anyhow, I put together the Autumn Meadows milk carton I had designed last weekend while everyone else was working on theirs, and here it is!
Today was my upline's team meeting (hi Jeanne!). This month I hosted our project instead of having Jeanne do all the work. I shared the Big Shot Wreath project that I first saw on Jenny Moors' blog, and everyone had a great time creating their own version. Here's what I came up with:
I used Chocolate Chip craft ink to color in the letters, and it came out much darker than I had wanted (Something told me to bring along the Close to Cocoa craft pad, but did I listen to myself? No...). So with the suggestion of Jeanne and our other team members, when I got home, I added faux stitching with my gel pen. It helps tie in the stitched Chocolate Chip ribbon, and now I'm happy with it. I hope you like it, too!
Have a fabulous week, and once again, thanks for stopping by today!