If you follow my blog, you know that this past week-end I was at a Stamp, Scrap, Art Tour Show in Westminster, MD, teaching Make & Takes for my friends, Joyce and Betty, at the Close to My Heart booth. The combined heat and humidity was exhausting all by itself. Friday was a travel and set-up day with a Make & Take Party in the evening. Here is the cute little M&T that Joyce and Betty taught while I stayed in the booth to get the product on the shelves.
We didn't leave the building until 10:30pm, anxious to get to the motel and get much needed showers. It was almost time for lights out, when we had an uninvited guest scurry across the desk. Which is why, close to midnight, we ended up in the hall, in our lovely jammies, with all our belongings enroute to a new room.
Saturday the stampers were lined up at the door early, eager to see what all the vendors had in their booths. Our booth was the very first one and we were immediately busy.
Here is Saturday morning's Make & Take, a pop up slider card very similar to one I designed and posted a few weeks ago but using some new CTMH papers.:
|(Poor little bird's tail didn't travel so well.)|
Saturday afternoon I switch to making this card designed by Betty:
Saturday was another hot, humid day. Luckily a storm came through late Saturday afternoon, so Sunday was a much more comfortable day. Sunday I taught this side step card designed by Joyce:
|Here I am!|
It was a fun weekend, though exhausting. And I did sneak away from our booth long enough to make a few purchases. One of those purchases was the embossing folder I used for my Mojo Monday card below:
The folder is by Darice and is called quilt. I had seen it used on a card on someone else's blog and immediately put it on my shopping list. The precolored digital image and sentiment are from the set Pumpkin Peeps by Doodle Pantry. The papers are CTMH. I've never used the colored digis before, but they sure are handy if you don't have the time to color.
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Doodle Pantry Digital Challenge #50 - Any Digi Goes