I had posted this card in my last post but didn't show you what was inside it.
I had designed it for one of my Japanese workshops.
It's really pretty with the new Haiku DSP and Riding Hood Red / Chocolate Chip / Old Olive combo. The inside features a spiral pop-up that opens sideways instead of the traditional "up and down" motion.
I also made this little box and notecard set for one of my Japanese workshop regulars who needed some inspiration with the stamp set.
I received a request to post the folder system that I use when I teach at Memories Live On, on my blog. I used it today for my evening Hostess Club Workshop since I wasn't sure if I was going to have 3 or 7 ladies coming over. It's an idea that I borrowed from Julie Ebersole when I was up in Sacramento a few months ago. Julie was there teaching a couple of A muse-a-Palooza classes at The Paper Garden. She is such a sweetie and so full of energy! Her folders inspired me to make my own when I first got my job teaching at MLO. Thank you, Julie!
A peek into my craft room on a good day...
Where I store my stamps.
I just used random.org and I have a winner for Monday's Fun Day!
Random Integer Generator
Here are your random numbers:9
Timestamp: 2008-10-13 07:30:32 UTC
The Mama Monkey said...
Great cards! Wish I lived in driving distance! :)My favorite chocolate is See's Scotchmallows. Can you believe I did not make it to the store when we were out this summer? I know, it is a horrible fact! I did succomb to the kiosk in the SFO airport however so I could get my fix...sad, sad, sad. :)
Well now, I think this Monday's Fun Day is going overseas! lol!
Don't you live in Japan?
Email me your address and I will get this postal to you right away.
Thanks everyone for joining in on the fun!
Come back tomorrow afternoon for another Monday's Fun Day giveaway!
This time, it comes from Memories Live On. That's right! Vivian has donated something for me to RAK and let me tell you, these things are super cute!
Off to catch some zzz's!