At the Stampin' Up! convention this summer, I took a class from one of my fave SU employees ever in the world. However, it was one of my last classes and I was exhausted. You people have NO idea how overstimulated a person can get in that environment. I was at the point where I was sucking my thumb and whining. Seriously.
So instead of my usual center aisle seat, I sat on the floor in the back. I figured I'd make less of a scene when I fell over in a coma and started drooling.
But then my ADD kicked in and I noticed a really cool fountain style card holder on the table in the back with some of her samples. I went in for a closer look.It was a perfect tabletop display - multi levels, visually interesting, stable. Hmm. She must have gotten questions about it, because there was a little handwritten note next to it that said "Card holder from Dayspring.com".
Having been to memento mall, I feared the compulsive hoarders that surrounded me. So I crackberried my sis and had her order me two of them.
They arrived in time for my birthday. I went to put them together though and found that one was missing THE screw that held it together. It's okay - I set the other one up and set a Google Task to call about the second one. I finally crossed that off the list last week and sent an email.
The next day, I get a response from Johnna, who apologizes profusely, and says she looked for that part, and since they didn't have one in stock, was going to replace the one I had. She signed her email "Blessings."
Now that, my friends, is a blessing.
Thank you Dayspring, for my cool card holder I will use in the craft fair I bought them for, and thanks Johnna for being a blessing.
Okay - now that you are done with your brainz, MY LITTLE WEREWOLF IS GOING TO EAT THEM... LOOK HOW HE ALREADY LICKED THESE LITTLE SKULLZ CLEAN. MWAAHHHAAA.
Stamps: Doodle Factory Costume Party Ink: Basic Black Paper: Whisper White, Elegant Eggplant, Basic Grey
Accessories: 1" Circle Punch, Green Copic, White Gel Pen, Red Uniball Pen
This is the new Doodle Factory Costume Party Set and I made it with some presents sent to me by the WORLD'S SWEETEST WOMAN - Lisa, of Papergrace. I am serious - she's crazy sweet. She sent me this crazy big box of rare and prized goodies, including the new Basic Grey Eerie, Indian Summer, which I felt like putting in the freezer and hoarding FOREVER, and OH - the Graphic 45. Wow. So I thought I would put it to use with a little gory Halloween action.
To make the moon, FYI - I punched it out of Basic Grey, and then just cut around the tree design to slip it behind.
Hope ur brainz are tasty. :)
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