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Found a neat Project….

Good Morning.  I am starting to revamp my website, and blog.  I hope to become more active.  Only time will tell.

As my friends know, I love making interesting things involving rubber stamping.  While verifying links in older posts involving projects, I came across another wonderful project.  I thought I would share the link.

Amy states:  Don’t throw out your chipboard!  Use it with the designer series papers to create great book covers.

You can see her wonderful Post It Note Books, along with a link at the bottom for instructions on how to make them here.


I found the items I need for my tip.

I have purchased the items I needed for my tip.  Now all I need to do is take pictures and write it up.  Hopefully I will be doing this shortly – need to test out my new memory cards for my camera.

I did find another tip that I want to share.  I am moving slowly to unmounted stamps – do to space limitations.  So, I have been trying different ways to store these stamps.  In reading other BLOGs I have found an idea that I might try.  You can read about the tip here – How to Store Unmounted Stamps.  It is a really interesting way to store the stamps.  I might use this idea to keep word stamps handy.  Might be too much for all my unmounted stamps.

I will also write up and take pictures on how I am currently storing my unmounted stamps.

BTW, School is going really well for me right now.  So far I have a 4.0 going after three quarters.  I am really proud of this as I have never done this well before, so it makes me really excited.  This summer I am not attending college due to vacations.  But will be back at it come October (when next quarter starts up).


Neat Rubber Stamping Projects

Well it’s been a few days since I last posted.  I’m back in college, so I had quite a bit of studying to do.

I was searching for a tip I wanted to post, when I came across a couple of neat projects for rubber stamping.  I thought I would share.

First is a Flip Book.  The author indicates it would make a wonderful Mother’s Day project  here .  You can see examples of different Flip Books that were made here and you can find the instructions on how to make it here.

The second is a Stationary Box.  The author of the Flip Book pointed to this site which shows two different versions, along with instructions.  However, Amy Celona (Ustamp4Fun) also made one up, and provided instructions.

These both look look like fun projects to make.

Now to continue looking for the site that contains the tip I want to share.