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Dana's was the triangle card based on a card class at my house.
Yes, it was a card based on the one made at Linda's card class. It is actually a Pyramid card. There are examples on Splitcoast and directions. They have a cute fake tea light Christmas tree one I am making for gifts.
Location: Currently upstate New York - it could change...
Judy K made the weathervane card, and shared the info that the stamps and dies were MFT - LOVE that card!
Thanks to ALL of you for making me feel at ease and helping me with my first ever event of this kind! If I seemed a little aloof, I apologize. It was pretty much a "deer in headlights" thing, lol! A bit overwhelming for me to be in a gathering that size - I'm usually a "lone wolf" and craft in my solitary space at home...
All of you made such wonderful shoebox projects and the two swaps I participated in (holiday tag and ATC) had a lot of creativity, as well! Thrilling for me to win the doorprize of all of the shoebox projects, as my BFF has health issues that keep her from attending all-day events, and she got to see ALL of the wonderfulness! I kept my favorites and let her take the rest with her, so she was over the moon!
Thanks again, Linda and Jean, for all of your work, and thanks to ALL of you for a great day!
Within you there is a solitude and peace to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself...
Sue, I'm glad you were able to share with Sherry and hope you both will join us next time.
A few of you have suggested that the shoebox projects be broken into four groups rather than just two and I'm considering it. Why not just do it? Well, we'd need more table space to hold the extra containers and as you all saw, that's space is quite the premium as it is. But, like I said, I'm thinking about it.
Location: CNY but I'd rather be in Bonaire snorkeling!
Originally Posted by scraphead
Back in the land of the living, we both felt like C*** yesterday, I say it every time, we should split the journey, but we get going and just want to get here.
Better straight through even though it seems bad because it's one day of driving and two days of sleeping to recover rather than two days of driving and two days of recovery sleeping. The problem is that we are not Spring chickens any more...
Arlene, The Snorkeler
Stamp with us: Williamsville Oct 18, Rochester Oct 25, Syracuse Nov 8!