All New Stamps in the Mail
Time for another month of Stamps in the Mail and I’m pretty excited.
This could be my favorite Stamps in the Mail yet.
Okay, maybe I say that every single time, but really…. this is pretty AWESOME.
Apple of My Eye
As I was preparing which stamp set I would use (always a fun task) I wasn’t sure what to use. I have a cabinet filled with luscious stamps all crying to be used and the one I was bound to pick was going to get a ton of play time.
The Apple of My Eye stamp set is one that I loved right away when the new Occasions Catalog went live in January. Once I had it in my hot little hands I struggled to use it, but then again that’s been an ongoing problem.
Yesterday my house was finally quiet. No one decided to stay home and I had no place to go. Well, actually that was a forced situation as Russ had my car because he had an accident on Monday. That’s another story I’ll tell you later but he is fine, his truck needs a little work.
I started stamping with the Apple of My Eye stamp set and the ideas kept running. Before I knew it I had 8 cards completed and every single one of them made my heart happy.
I’m sharing one of the cards today because I couldn’t contain my excitement.
This is just a bonus project that I created for Stamps in the Mail. The fun part is how I created that color pattern on the pear image. I almost wanted to EAT IT.
This stamp set is perfect for Spring, Summer and really any occasion. This is why I love it for Stamps in the Mail. It’s a versatile stamp set that can give you a lot of bang for your buck.
I have to admit a little giddiness last night when I laid my head on my pillow for many reasons-
- I haven’t made that many cards in a day in FOR-EVAH!
- The ideas flowed like maple syrup. EASY. This hasn’t been the case with creating lately.
- They are SO pretty and every single card makes me happy!
- My happiness meter escalated to the top yesterday. Creating brings me joy. Sharing my creating process is the epitome of that happiness. That’s right. Inspiring you to create and seeing YOUR joy is truly happiness.
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If you have been waiting for this months Stamps in the Mail, it’s here and it’s going to be AWESOME.
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PS- The tale of our Monday…..
Monday was a Monday.
Russ had just picked up Brandon and 3 other teens to come to our home so the kids could work on a cooking project for Spanish class.
Out of the blue a driver came from the center lane into the right lane in front of Russ to make a quick turn into a pawn shop and russ ran into them. Luckily no one was injured. After waiting for an hour for the police to arrive (non emergency) I went and picked up all the kids to bring them home. Russ ended up waiting another 1.5 hours for the police.
We are thankful that everyone is okay, including the other driver who was charged with crossing lanes.
Now, the tough part. The truck goes back in the shop. Yes, back in. Russ hit a deer in January and caused damage to the hood. I just got my car back Friday after a fender bender in February. That took two weeks to fix. As we left with my car last Friday we joked that while the shop did GREAT work, we didn’t want to see them again.
Russ went to see them AGAIN.
They must LOVE us.
Russ’ car shouldn’t be driven as the bumper is rubbing on his tire. So, back to one car and why I was stuck at home to create. It’s not all bad, really!