Hello friends! I'm happy to be back after taking last week off to enjoy time with my mother who was visiting from Maine. We had a great time together shopping the Lee Outlets, catching up on some popular movies and binge-watching Fixer Upper and Tiny Homes (two of our favorites)! We ate WAAAAYYYY too many chocolate covered strawberries and Twizzlers under the twinkle lights of my deck. And of course, there was lots of crafting! One of the highlights, and main reason behind my mom's visit, was for us to attend the Heirloom Productions Rubberstamp Festival last Friday and Saturday.
I didn't take as many photos as I usually do from this show because I wanted to participate in more classes and really "be in the moment" and enjoy my time. This show came at a really good time for me because I have been feeling less than inspired lately and not in my craft room creating as much as I would like to be.
Now that I've got some new ideas, new products and am feeling re-energized, I hope my creativity will soon follow.
Everything I bought at the 2018 show:
Because I didn't take as many photos (did you follow along on my Instastories?), I'm sharing a look at what I purchased at the show this year. I can't believe that I didn't purchase one single stamp set or die!
Yes, in case you are all wondering I did go to the show with my monthly craft budget in mind and I'm happy to say that I came in $34 under budget.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
Effective October 1, 2018, I am no longer associated with Stampin' UP!
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