Well, I’m back from a rather long hiatus. A person can only take just so much of staying in jammies and drinking nothing but liquids, am I right? But today I wanted to share with you a project that my downline, Linda Droege, made for her new baby grandson. So Linda, welcome as my guest stamper! (Linda also happens to be my sister-in-law, in the spirit of full disclosure. But trust me, no money exchanged hands. LOL).
About three weeks ago my niece and her husband had their first child, a little boy. Here’s a peek at how cute he is:
(Okay, all together, let’s say “Awww!” But then, I’m biased, I know). 🙂 So anyway, Linda decided to make a sampler to hang in Henry’s nursery. Believe it or not, it was her first time using the Stamp-a-Ma-Jig! She used the Zoo Babies stamp set and the Birthday Bash Designer Series paper. I think her color choices are spot on, and I love how she matted and framed her project.
So you can see, as Linda has demonstrated here, that there is more than one way to use your stamp sets besides just making cards. Linda has made something unique and personalized that can be treasured as a keepsake; not just something that both his parents will appreciate, but something Henry himself will always cherish.
So thank you, Linda, for sharing your beautiful sampler and your adorable grandson! Here are some of the items Linda used to make her project: