I learned that I don't need to give up on punches. See, I recently threw one away (big gasp) because it was constantly getting stuck, or card stock would get stuck in it. That punch spent more time in my husband's shop waiting for him to fix it, than it did in my studio being used in artwork! I discovered that some punches are designed better and are easier for my arthritic hand to use. I love how a punch can be used to cut a shape around a custom message printed on the computer. With the punch, you can see where it will cut unlike with my Big Shot. So I will soon buy a couple for the sentiment stamps I bought at the stamp show last month!
Boxes, pads, and candy holders oh my! My friend shared so many lovely projects, I can't even a pick a favorite. I've seen templates and designs for Candy holders, note card totes, party favors, bookmarks, calendars before; but Pam had the most unique designs that I'd never seen. Yes, I did order a couple things, wanna see? (I'm always interested in what other people buy, I guess I figure you do too!)
New Impression Obsession Toys and the Next Thing on my List!My post ma'am will bring the ocean butterfly, martini and peach blossom tomorrow. Next, I HAVE to get the peaches set from Flourishes to go with the peach blossom! lol You see I live in South Carolina and we produce more peaches than any other state except California, and my family LOVES peaches. I freeze some every summer. Although neither my husband or I play, golf is very big here. And hey, any self-respecting Carolina girl visits the beach often, so I had to have this gorgeous flutterby. Can't you just see it all colored in and embellished with tiny shells I've saved from wondering the beach?