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Sense of Humor

I have recently decided I needed to add one more thing to the list of things I regularly do...demonstrating.

I thoroughly enjoy stamping. The first time I saw the rubber and wood. When I started thinking about what could be done with just those two simple things (and, of course, thanks to the CREATOR of the artwork), my wheels just started turning.

So, now I have gotten myself involved in Stampin UP. I thought it would be a fun way to get some folks together to make stuff...I hope they don't believe I just want their buck. There are too many people out there doing that. Really...I just want to have fun and spread the fun around.

My husband was making fun of my confirmation, because he wasn't sure people would get my sense of humor.

This is a confirmation of the workshop next Satuday, May 10, 2:30 p.m. at my house.
I am really excited that you are coming to my house. It's been a long time since I've had a fun arts and craft party at my house. I hope that you have a good time making cards and eating snacks, chocolates, drinking mimosas (or not!), and maybe learning a few new techniques.
A couple people have asked me if I they should bring anything. Nothing is necessary. Just yourself. [But hey, if you're having ...A DAY....definitely come over...lemme know ahead of time, and I'll have some stronger beverages available...and maybe even introduce a technique that uses a hammer!!!]
My phone number is xxx, in case you need directions.
See you Saturday afternoon.


He wasn't so sure they'd get the hammer part.

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