I told my girls that my stamping classes are the only ones where you get to see a boy. :)
He didn't stamp with us, but he supervised from across the restaurant. Probably embarrassed the entire time at all the giggling and squealing.
I actually had time to have an amazing latte before everyone got there because I employed the hiney distribution method for my setup, which I really liked and will use again. PS - Blogger's spell check is trying to tell me "hiney" isn't a word. Pfffft.
I always have three projects, and my tables seat about six each, so if I have more than 20 people there, then I have more hineys than I have seats. As I am not independently wealthy or a politician, I do not have the resources to have multiples of all of my supplies for class, so I have to get creative with both hineys and stamps.
So today, I split one of the projects - part of the project was done at one table, and a slower, more tedious fussy cutting and embellishing part was done at another table. So I had seats for everyone the whole time and all the hineys were happy. And I had time to have a coffee.
Gotta love a stampy Caturday.
What follows is NOT one of my class cards from today - PSYCH!!! :D
I have some cards from VSN that I haven't posted yet and I wanted to catch up before my SUPER FUN amazing live coverage starts for convention. Are you going to tune in?
Paper: Fan Fair DSP, Crumb Cake, First Edition DSP
Ink: Basic Black
Accessories: White Gel Pen, Faceted buttons, linen thread, corner rounder
You know I always have adventures, prizes and general craziness for you, so get ready! Just one week and two wakeups now!