Registered: February 16, 2005 Location: Southern New Hampshire Posts: 311
Fri, Jul 28, 2006 @ 5:25 AM
Great idea. Hmmmm...I bet with all the money you saved by not buying wallpaper, you could buy more stamps!!!! Yup, definately deserves more stamps...and the labor you saved by doing it yourself, well, that is worth something!!! ;)
Never ask a woman her age, weight or how many stamp sets she owns. She will lie about all of them.
*Goal: weight<= number of stamp sets. And yes it is a reasonable number for a 5'9" woman!
Registered: June 6, 2005 Location: Chandler, AZ Posts: 1
Sat, Jul 29, 2006 @ 4:29 PM
I had upload or shall I say I thought I had uploaded 8 more pics of this project and the last pic of course had all the details. I should have known better we were have rain storms the other morning while I was doing this. Any way I used acrylic paint from Michaels Crafts store. We had to work quickly since my sister lives in Phoenix, AZ and it was about 114 the day we did this. Even with A/C going it was still warm near the ceiling. We found a nifty craft un-inked pad in the stencil section at michaels loaded it with the paint and used it just like any other ink pad. It was about $4 bucks for the un-inked pad it was larger than a regular stampin up ink pad. Made the project go pretty smoothly. I am going to try to upload the rest of the photo's of the project today. Enjoy! Thanks for the approval ratings :D