Monday, June 10, 2013

Fun Stamper's Journey HUGS Trade

Happy Monday! Normally I'm not a huge fan of Mondays, but today is my first day of summer vacation so I'm loving it!

Last week was an exhausting week at work. I have been given a full-time teaching assignment for next school year (yipee!) which mean a lot of packing and moving boxes into and out of my new classroom. Amid all of the moving and end of the year craziness, I attended a special event at my local scrapbook store. Pages From the Heart has recently begun selling Fun Stamper's Journey, which is a new stamp company that began here in Southern California. Pages started a new meet-up called Peeps Petites. The idea is to create HUGS, which are like ATC's that are made into small note cards. There were 12 fabulous ladies that participated and traded cards. The only rule was that you had to use a stamp by Fun Stamper's Journey. In honor of my precious new doggie, I selected this stamp set to make my HUGS:


There were some very talented ladies that participated. Not being much of a stamper myself, I felt a little unsure. The ladies were so welcoming that I had nothing to worry about!

Here is my HUG! I used a dauber to color my guy in.

This beauty was made by my extremely creative friend Michelle from A Page Out of My Book!






This event was so much fun! And I love all of my little cards. They are the perfect size for a quick note. I have already signed up for next month's event and the theme is "Happy Birthday."

To join in on the fun or order any of these beautiful stamps, please contact Pages From the Heart in Monrovia.

I'm off to enjoy my first full day of vacation. Any fun summer plans out there?

Thanks for reading!

XOXO,

2 comments:

Michelle McClure said...

I'm so honored to be featured. It was a fun event and I love your doggie card!!!! How can I give it away?

Unknown said...

Just came across your post. All of your Hug cards/trades are adorable. Thank you for the Fun Stampers Journey shout out. The company is now located in Arizona, but is also online. L. Leusch

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