This entire journey to St. Louis and back has been such a whirlwind! It is literally a week later and this is my last post, so it kind of brings the whole incredible journey to an end. *sniff*
I do have some amazing pics of artwork from corporate to share, and I saved them for the grande finale! I want to make so many of them!!! Actually, you may see some of them in the new "Clearly the Best" video series being released. Here we go!
First up are a few of the Operation Smile Silent Auction items. I believe we raised over $800 with all of the auctions. Way to go, St. Louis!
This fabulous memo board had magnet, cork, and chalkboard sections and came with little magnets and push-pins that were customized to match! Amazing!
This is a dry erase board created by using a simple picture frame and dry erase markers--had no idea you could do that!
Now this one was simply too adorable--a nightlight decorated with Stella paper and our new ribbon! How cute is that!?
A beautiful Bracket Frame in Avonlea.
Gorgeous flower on this My Creations Cube!
Alright--now I found two pictures that had disappeared when I typed up my earlier posts--well, they won the game of hide and seek earlier, but I found them! The first one is the ONE picture I took of the colored cards for the contest. I think it is beautiful!
The next one is my very first project we did--a very simple card that we got to try out the new pigment inks with. I found out quickly that I needed to be more liberal with the ink, lol.
The following pics are projects they talked about and showed some techniques to us on how to do certain parts. I would literally be typing forever to explain it all, so if you really like something and have a question about how they did that (hee, hee) then ask away and I will help if I can! ;)
Whew! Thanks so very much for staying with me on my journey to St. Louis and back! I hope you learned something from our adventure together! Here are just a few parting pics as we close. :)
Thank you for making my trip super-spectacular, roomies! :)
Cannot wait to do it again sometime! :)