The Maui Stampers met last night for a team meeting. We worked REALLY hard on a sales project for the first, oh, 20 minutes…and then we had to take a goodie break because we were at Peggy’s house, and she had prepared some yummy treats for us! (I shoulda taken a picture, but then you’d be hungry and my goal is to make you want to stamp, not to eat.)
Once we were fortified, we went back to her dining room and made cards. This is the one Crystal brought for us to do:
- Googly Ghouls stamp set
- Basic Black and Tangerine Tango card stock
- Howlstooth and Scaringbone DSP
- Staz-on Black ink pad
- 1 1/4, 1 3/8 and 1 3/4 inch circle punches
- 1 1/4 inch square punch – for the flags
- Spider Web TIEF
- Champagne Mist shimmer spray
- Stampin’ Dimensionals
I am a fan of spiders AS LONG AS THEY STAY OUTSIDE. Spiders do not belong inside my house. They can be as big as they want if they stay outside, and we have some pretty big spiders in Hawaii. I am NOT a fan of poisonous spiders. We have a few poisonous one here but fortunately they seem to stay out of my way. However, when we were visiting my beautiful oldest daughter in beautiful Perth, Australia, she discovered a NOT so beautiful Red-Back Spider living inside one of the chairs in our condo. That chair was immediately evicted from the condo. Apparently the Red-Back is one of a number of lovely, extremely deadly spiders that live in Australia. It’s a really, really nice country, but it does seem to have more than a fair share of Things That Can Kill You.
Well. And now you know how I feel about spiders! None of the above applies to rubber-stamped spiders, so this happy fellow is welcome in my house.
Want to be a Maui Stamper? Join the fun by September 16th and this cool project with all the supplies except the ink will be part of your Starter Kit!
2 thoughts on “Googly Spidey”
Love the card and the story…..linked to Crystals blog, and replied to your comment to me THERE!
Sigh……I am so techy! Ha! Check it out there…I will be in touch later.
You ARE so techy! And I am sorry I missed you while you were on Maui, but I am glad you had the opportunity to stamp with Crystal. See you next time!