Blast from the past cards

Yesterday, I was invited by a nearby demo to come stamp with her and a couple of her ladies in a casual afternoon of card making. (thanks, Lisa!)  I had never met her before, but I was excited to meet other stamping ladies from the area.  First off, I am so jealous of her workspace. 🙂  She has a large, long room that is all stamping, all the time in her upstairs.  Everything is perfectly put away in organized drawers, shelves, and hanging on the walls. Plus she had the coolest metal decortation on her wall that held cards. So everywhere you looked was something inspiring. I definitey need to do something like that.

all-my-love

I ended up making 4 cards using a mix of new and retired elements. I realized that I keep reaching for my new stuff when working on projects but that I have a lot of neat old stuff too. Just because something is retired doesn’t mean it isn’t great., right? Anyway, time for me to run to work. Happy Monday!

wishingthebest

always_sponged

always_tag

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8 Responses

  1. sounds like a super fun day! next time sneak some pics and show us!! ha ha

    great cards!

  2. Isn’t it nice to get away with people who love what you do? I’m glad you had a good time. And I’m with Sarah, I know you have a camera on your cellphone…LOL

  3. Beautiful cards! SU retires their cards so frequently. Some of the older ones are the best. I guess they want to keep customers interested.

    Rose

  4. all four of them are fabulous!!!

  5. It sounds like you had a great time and the cards you made are amazing – I love all four of them.

  6. Hey Jennifer,

    I came to your site to get some inspiration on how I might set up mine (still working on it) and I saw this blog entry….

    How super are you! I am so happy you enjoyed our time togethter and hope to see you soon…

    You are very talented and look forward to seeing your creations!

    Hugs,
    Lisa

  7. Wonderful cards, fabulous to use some of the retired stuff.

  8. wow cool!
    it’s very useful.
    thank for information.

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