An Adventure

Hello dumplings, talk about an adventure or perhaps a comedy of errors would be a better way to describe it. If you remember back to Monday I was missing green tulle and a hot glue gun. So after dealing with the tulle I had to go on a wild hot glue gun chase. Well, add another hot glue gun to the three I know that I have, because they are all AWOL. So I was unable to complete one of the rosettes so you could see just how beautiful they are and what a phenomenal kit the Be Merry kit is. So today, Wednesday, I went out first thing to buy this.

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In the background are two other things you’ll need. The Stampin’ Up Fine-Tip Glue Pen and Stampin’ Dimensionals.

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The kit comes with directions and once you have all the additional items it’s easy breezy. I’m going to wait until my green tulle arrives to finish the rosettes so they’ll look more like the ones on the front of the instructions.

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Now for the big reveal. Here’s my rosette and I know it’s going to look fantastic on my tree.

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Prett awesome right? Miss Hammie thinks all her dumplings should try their hand at making rosettes with the Be Merry kit. Besides being great ornaments they make great embellishments for gifts. They’ll think you slaved for hours. Miss Hammie will never tell them it took longer to organize the tulle than to actually make the rosette.

Time for business. It’s November 1st dumplings and Stampin’ Blends are available. What are Stampln’ Blends? Look below and click the link for my post Stampin’ Blends and learn all about our phenomenal new alcohol markers. They can me has n 12 Stampin’ Up colors and are available in duos, a light and a dark version of the color or single markers. There’s also a Bronze, an Ivory and a Color Lifter. There’s a new outline me stamp set that’s perfect for using Blends and a project kit. The Stampin’ Blends are in a word, besides phenomenal, awesome.

Author: Miss Hammie's Crafts

I am an Independent Stampin' Up demonstrator. I enjoy paper crafting and teaching various types of crafting to others.

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