Flat Lisa and I hit the road to go to the Collins Group trade show. We are in rainy cold Boston seeing the new products and taking LOTS of classes to bring back to Photo Scraps.
When you are in the store this weekend, be sure to pick up our new Dare to Share. Its a $4 value, Free with a $10 purchase. We also have selected seasonal stamps and dies on Sale for 30% Off.
We received the new Eco Art Board for Nancy's Zen-Tangle Frame class.
Flat Lisa is a morning person, I am not... That is why she is blurry.
Flat Lisa spent some time with our sales reps Sandy and Donna.
I took her photo because she looks like one of Julie Nutting's Prima doll stamps. She actually is the owner of Little B.
Here we are in our first class of the day with Karen Burniston. OMG, you are going to love the new barn pop up dies. The doors side!
Karen loved visiting with Flat Lisa.
Flat Lisa was very sad to see that Jerri from Bo Bunny didn't come on this trip, but she hid her disappointment nicely with Carol from Bo Bunny.
Look who we ran into! Rhea! She said she only has one more card to design for her May classes.
I finally played with the Stampendous Creative Palette, their version of the gelli plate. So fun and we used Neon ink refills instead of paint for easy clean up. Good thing Flat Lisa is laminated.
The class was taught by Fran the owner of Stampendous and creator of Frantage, my favorite technique.