Monday, July 23, 2012

Papertrey Ink Stamp-A-Faire

This past Saturday I crafted my day away at a Canadian version of PTI's Stamp-a-faire organized by my friend Dee.

She along with some friends made some cute tent and trailer table decorations  and each of us received a gable box filled with crafting goodness like washi tape, buttons, flowers and muffin cups to make  our own flowers.

The event was camp themed so I took crockpot franks and beans for our potluck lunch along with some s'more trail mix packets for each attendee.

Jeannie brought each of us these goodies:

Dee made s'more pops, yum!

Kathryn used jiffy pop containers in which to put her own popcorn. And you can also see some of the other goodies including sandwiches in camp appropriate ziplocs.

There were 15 of us , here's a look at a few of us.

We covered two tables in cards after our 14 hour cardmaking marathon!

I made 14 cards including some for future Little Red Wagon challenges but here's a few I can share now.

I did use mostly PTI products but this first card features Stampin' Up's Hello Doily stamp along with PTI's  Happy Hydrangea stamp set.

These two cards use some ribbon that Avril gave me after I admired it on her card, it goes perfectly with PTI's aqua mist cardstock.

This card is a direct lift of one I found on Pinterest and features use of the PTI butterfly die.

Jeannie gave me the inspiration for this card which uses PTI's Happy Hexagon stamp set.

It was an awesome event that I hope we repeat again soon! Thanks for organizing Dee!


Tracey said...

Definitely looks like a fabulous and productive day!! Beautiful cards Rosanne!!

Avril Tanner said...

Love how all your cards turned out! Glad you could make use of the left over ribbon!! Had a blast croppin with you!

Regan said...

had a fantastic time cropping with you, you made beautiful cards!

Brenda in Kit said...

An awesome event and beautiful cards!

Deanna said...

Thank you so much for coming! I loe everything you made! I also had a great time and can't wait to scrap with you again!