Monday, February 11, 2008

Fact #18

Well, what can I say.....I'm a rubberstamper! I went to my first stamp party back in 1997. I was just being nice to the wife of my husband's co-worker by going. All I knew is that it was a "stamp" party. I pictured postage stamps! I was completely fascinated!
I bought a "Button Bear" stamp set and booked a Stampin Up show! And a couple of years later I signed up to be a demo.
My demonstrator years are behind me, although Stampin Up will always be a favorite for me. I now own so much stuff that it went from a small corner of my dining room to a fully stocked stamp room. (It takes over, doesn't it girls?)
I am also an aspiring 'designer' and have some actual announcements coming soon in that department!
Yes, I LOVE to rubberstamp!

10 comments:

Deanne said...

I thinking about becoming a SU demonstrator!

Anonymous said...

I allso own the Button Bear set and boy do I know about it taking over space!!!!LOL!!!I enjoy visiting your blog everyday.Thanks Kim

2 Worlds said...

It is a addicting fun thing !

nancy morgan said...

Stamping is one of the best "addictions" out there = ) !! Just wanted you to know I gave you an "excellent" award over at my blog...check it out: www.papersmiles.blogspot.com

Rose Ann said...

I love your stamping story, and can't wait to hear your news!!! ;)

Deborah said...

Words of experience Angel! So true!
One just can't ever seem to have enough stamps and supplies! LOL! Deb

Alexandra said...

I have this stamp too - LOL! And, yes, it seems to multiply all on its own!! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

mochamama said...

hehe I say I have probably the most addictive and expensive habit out there. It definately gives me a high. I do indeed have withdrawl if I go without it for any length of time and sometimes I feel like I would do anything to get that new stamp set, accessory, etc. But, it is safe to my health and therapeutic to my mind. Can't wait to see what your designing!

Anonymous said...

I started stamping in November 1996, and my first stamp set was Button Bear also. I don't sell Stampin' Up, but I teach stamp classes for our church in my basement. It has been a great way to make friends. Take care and God bless you. Elizabeth S. in mid-Michigan

Peggy said...

I remember your "stamp corner" in your dining room. First you had a plastic set of drawers and then a white armoire. I remember going to your party you hosted. I bought a bunch of stamps too, but mine collected dust:( I leave it to you to make the cards!