I've been thinking of most of you this weekend. I've been at a scrapbooking conference in Tulsa. I now own my first gelli plate thanks to the encouragement I've received from several of you. We'll see how it goes.
I volunteered as a teacher's assistant this afternoon for Angelica, the paper designer for Heartfelt Creations, and learned several new papercrafted flower techniques. They may show up in the next round of Onyxnox's Xmas tags swap.
Then I helped work the crop this evening. As I was setting up tables in the classroom space that Queen & Co used today, Michael and one of his staff were packing up their class materials. The young woman asked what she should do with two very large containers of micro-glitter (about 5-6 cups in each). Michael said they weren't using it for any more of their class projects, so just throw it away. GASP! Instead, she offered it to me. Naturally I accepted. Look for gold and/or green glitter to appear on the next round of my cards.
As a volunteer I also received free products of my choice from the Creating Keepsakes booth. Anyone familiar with Faber-Castell Stamper's Big Brush Pens? I now own 4, but have very limited ideas about how to use them. I'd appreciate any insight that you might have.