Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I saw this on another stamp addict's blog and just had to re-post.

The 12 Steps of Stampers Anonymous
#1-Admit you're addicted to ink, glitter and rubber

#2-Heat guns are part of your life routinely

#3 You approach your mailbox daily praying to find something (anything) from SU! and nothing from the credit card company!

#4 You hope to grab your UPS packages before anyone in your family knows you have ordered more SU! Stuff

#5 you check your email twice an hour while at work-looking for any stamp related items!!

#6 Your cat wears glitter and your husband takes 3 days to notice-(this could be child too, not just cat)

#7 swap preparation takes priority over dinner, laundry, sex.... (uh oh!)

#8 you have a cling-on SU! sticker in your car window :)

#9 Whenever you wear a material with a print on it, someone at work asks facetiously-"Did you stamp that" even though it's obvious you didn't

#10 You walk aimlessly up and down store aisles, trying to think of new surfaces and techniques for your next workshop and meeting demo-something that will WOW them all!!

#11 Your relatives and friends know that a visit to your home always includes a stop in your "home office" so you can show off your "wares" -- AGAIN!

#12 Anticipation of the new catalog compares to waiting to know the sex of your unborn child!!!!

Hope you enjoy this.

Monday, February 26, 2007

First Post

I finally I finally got a blog where anyone can see it without being a member of a particular group or website. I decided to go ahead and do this as a way to share my interests with others and express myself in a positive manner, all while talking up my new business venture... STAMPIN' UP!

It's a great company and I love their products. I will post again later to talk about the company and their products more, but for now I must go do my real job. The one that pays the bills so that I can continue to buy more and more Stampin' Up! products. Being a demonstrator for them has helped but I'm still in the early stages so I haven't seen much difference. Even if it blossoms into a grand business venture, I don't think I'll ever consider it a job or work because it's way to fun, exciting, and enjoyable to be a real job. LOL!

Check out my site http://fayemitchell.stampinup.net/ and a complete gallery of my work at http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showgallery.php?cat=500&ppuser=111706.