En Franҫais

Tea Party, Stampin' Up!Craft day was so much fun!  I got to meet Liz’s dad and mom, hang out with Stephee, use some of Liz the first’s toys stamps that I don’t have yet, and helped a new friend with a product she was having trouble with.  Her previous Stampin’ Up! demonstrator moved, and she had a product that wasn’t working the way it should.  I made a quick phone call to Stampin’ up! demonstrator services, and they’re sending her a replacement.  They are so great!  And I get to be the hero.   Stampin’ Up! has just about the best customer service I’ve ever seen.

This is a card I made for a friend.  I used the Tea Party set with Gorgeous Grunge and some of the Neutrals core’dinations card stock.  Love it!!  The ribbon is some of the Crushed Curry chevron.  I heat embossed the oval two times with Pewter powder – once on Very Vanilla and once on Blushing Bride.  I colored and cut out the center and layered it to the Blushing Bride oval.  (And, of course, those are the ovals collections framelits.)

Liz Hamman (aka “Liz the First,” because she was my first Liz.  I think I have 4 now!) let me borrow her En Franҫais stamp.  I held off ordering the “French Script” set for years.  When I finally bought it, it retired.  So I’ve been waiting and waiting to purchase En Franҫais.  I know as soon as I buy it, it will retire.  That’s the way it goes with all my background stamps and wheels.  *sigh*  Thanks, Liz, for sharing!!

My Jon is in a weightlifting competition tomorrow.  Send up a prayer that he’ll do his very best.   I can’t wait to watch!

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy – and have a wonderful day!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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