Hi ladies, I just got back from a wonderful day of shopping and getting my hair lopped off! I got some wonderful gifts for graduations, some cute strawberry place settings from Target, an expensive flat iron, Archer Farms kettle chips from Target, some chocolates for a friend, a few scrapbook supplies, the new Home Companion magazine, a new scrapbook idea book and filled the gas tank...big $$ but oh so fun! It's my birthday on Saturday so I'm celebrating all week long!
Sooooo, since I've been shopping all day and admiring my new haircut, I certainly haven't had time to stamp today. But I got a ton of inspiration for the upcoming week. However, I did do some blog browsing today and found some wonderful tips for you......lots of tips.....wonderful tips......FANTASTIC TIPS! I highly suggest you visit Julie's blog for some wonderful thoughts on spending less money on crafting! I know, it sounds horrifying right? But I bet we can all be a little more frugal and a lot more selective in our purchases.
And then, you've got to head over to Pine's blog(Heather Nichols). She has photographed her design and thought process for the Papertrey samples she created for the PT Design Gallery. If you've ever wanted to be inside Pine's mind, here's your chance! It's so much fun to see other stampers at work!
So there you have it ladies, a lot of good information from the BEST stampers and friends a girl could know! Hopefully I will have some goodies to post tomorrow and I might even show you my new hair cut!
My tip of the day: Okay, this is going to sound weird but here goes. I brought home a sack full of my hair trimmings. See, told ya! But.....did you know that birds love stuff like hair and yarn and lint to put in their nests? Well, now ya know! My husband is going to think I'm totally off my rocker but what's new right? What you do is scatter this stuff around your yard and tuck it into little spots that birds might hang out. Then try to find their nests later on and see what goodies are in there. I promise you, it will be in there!