04 June 2008

Time for Spring Cleaning

Here's a layout that I did for a sketch challenge in the "28 Days" class that just wrapped up at Big Picture Scrapbooking. Just a list of what I did on a particular day. This will be fun to look back on in 10 years or so, to see how different life might be. Materials used: Noteworthy patterned paper (Making Memories), Blue Sky and Baroque Burgundy cardstock (Stampin' Up!) Thickers foam letters (American Crafts), and Rhinestone Brads (Stampin' Up)

So I'm cleaning out my stamping stash in advance of our garage sale this weekend (in conjunction with the Village-Wide Garage Sale). The interesting things that are coming to the surface never cease to amaze me. So far the treasures I've unburied include: a full box of 20 Tazo teabags from Starbucks (best before March 2005); full packages of Stampin' Up! forms dated 2003 and 2004; lots of candy and chocolates (oh, the waste!) from past swaps going back to 2003, including some fossilized giant gumballs; and what seems to be thousands and thousands of cards and cardfronts! Since I've given up demonstrating for Stampin' Up! I'm looking to clean house, so if you're interested in picking up stamp sets at bargain-basement prices, drop me an email or comment on this post and I'll let you know the specifics on the sale. Here are the sets that I've got available:

Stamp Set/Price
Funky Favorites/10
A Little Love/8
Fun Filled/8
Love w/o End/8
Little Hellos/8
Tags & More/8
Letter Patterns/5
Simple Wishes/5
Nice & Narrow/5
Handcut Holidays/5
Stars & Swirls/5
By Design/5
Background Basics/5
Gently Falling/5
Wishing You the Best/5
Double-Line Doodles/10
The Wheel Thing/5
Sweet Shapes/10
Take Three/8
Polka Dots & Paisleys/8

Wheels (regular) $2
Double-Line Stitched Plaid
Great Outdoors
Many Mittens
Size It Up

Wheels (Jumbo) $4
Flitting By


Kelly A. Swienton said...

Sounds like a full day to me Alison, love the colors and idea of this page! When there becomes 48 hours to the day, I would like to play around with digi-scrapping! Some day ...

Lesli said...

That's a great LO - I love the premise behind it :)