A Glorious Stamp Class

Shalae had her monthly stamping class at our house last night. . . another great one. We had about 9 people there, which is the perfect number—prep time is short, we can all fit around the kitchen table, and it’s warm and cozy!

Our project was easy and simple (the best kind, right?)—10 cards for $10, and everyone got to customize their own cards. They started with basic notecards (with a Crumb Cake front) and got to choose their own pre-cut strips of International Bazaar Designer Series Paper, coordinating ribbon, and sentiment.

I demonstratored the new stamp pads, and we had treats (Megan’s homemade salsa, chips, and other snacks) and lots of fun. One guest mentioned how much she hates to use store-bought cards now; she had to buy one recently and actually “dolled it up” before she sent it! Everyone was definitely thrilled to leave the class with 10 cards ready to be used.

I actually didn’t stamp much—I spent the entire time chatting and holding/feeding Liam, so that made it a glorious night for me!