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Final Day of the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Birthday Event



Today is the final day of the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Shop, Hop, and Crop event. There is still time to get in on the blog hop today, with the chance to win a some digital stamps. Start at Lindsay's blog. (The hop will start at 10 AM ET.)
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Remember that everything in the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff store on mygrafico is 50% off through the end of the day. Now is the time to get that cute set you've been looking at. If you end up winning the same set during the hop, Lindsay will swap it for another one so there is no reason not to buy it today.

Make sure you stop by the virtual crop room on mygrafico to check out what is going on. Lindsay is giving away some freebies that will only be available during the blog hop. There will be lots of fun with free classes and challenges for prizes. Let me tell you I have seen some awesome projects posted over there during the last 2 days. People are also sharing their favorite crafting tips and I have learned some great, useful stuff.

Lastly, for your chance to win the Sweet Stuff digital stamp set, see my post HERE with the details.


Here is a little altered notebook I made for the altered item challenge in the crop room. Nothing fancy but I needed something to keep track of all the cool stuff I see online or supplies I run out of. It is small enough to keep on my desk and then slip into my purse when I go shopping. I did not use any embellishments because I didn't want them getting hooked on stuff in my purse. I was also happy to use up some scrap paper. Based on a suggestion in the crop room, I am adding a little pocket on the inside to slip a coupon or two.


I hope you have a wonderful day!
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Challenges:
Supplies:
  • Image: Crafty Tools & Puns digital stamp set from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico.com
  • CS & Papers: Scraps. I believe it is So Saffron and Cutie Pie from Stampin' Up
  • Inks: None
  • Embellishements & Tools: Mini composition notebook

Comments

Tricia said…
This is adorable! That image is great and don't we all need a wish list!! :-) Thanks for playing the CDBC!!
K. Joy said…
Cute! I love the bright colors. That seems to be the right stamp for a crafter with a long wish list. :) Thanks for playing at the CDBC!
Ronnie said…
What a great idea! Love this!
This is a wonderful idea and such a cute design! Love that image as well. Thanks for playing the CDBC4!
how cute and practical! I may have to copy this! Love the colors you used too. Thanks for joining us at Clearly Delightful blog challenge!
Georgia Ehrmann said…
what a great little notebook to keep on hand! I just added one to my purse too! I love the colors you've used! Thanks for joining us at CDBC4
Joanne Gilch said…
This post would not allow me to see the pics earlier this week....so here I am now. Love, just love the idea of the notebook. I keep a 3 x 5 card in my calender in my purse when I shop to remind me what I already have, EF's, Stickles, etc. this book is for me...off I go to plan mine.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Super idea. Great little notebook!! I need to make one of these! Thanks so much for playing CDB4!
Great job with the notepad! I really should make one myself so I know what's at home when I'm out shopping! I have to make one small enough for my pocket though b/c I NEVER carry a purse!!!!

sorry about the passing of your parrot and beta fish (comments left on my blog).

Two weeks ago my neighbors left me in charge of their daughter's beta and he died!! He was sick already but no one knew and one day in he croaked! I had to run out to the store for a look-a-like replacement! Thankfully she didn't notice the swap!! Yikes!
Maria

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