Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Stampin', Swaps, Students and Such




my swaps-shadow box shrines
Tonis swap-hand made Christmas card
Arah's Swap-skull head Christmas

Karen's Swap-match box ornament
Bea's Swap-altered vintage postcard w/hand made envelope

Stamp Club~JOY banner

REal quick before I go to San Diego for Thanksgiving, here is what I made for my stamp club
sample (the banner) and a Christmas card swap we did. Isn't it great!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

10 comments:

TattingChic said...

WOW, Robin, look at all those adorable holiday goodies! I love them.
You are very talented, my blogging friend!
Happy Thanksgiving to you, too!

Recycled Rita said...

It was so fun! Let me know when you post those ornies to etsy and I will do a posting on it!
Happy Turkey Day my rubberstampinbellydancin friend!
Say hi to Dorothy and Neal!
karen....

Brenda Seaholm-Wampler said...

Love the red banner, but my favorites are those little shrines. They are just precious! Great work as always!

Kathy said...

I adore the little shrines....Thanks so much for sharing.

Altered Route said...

These shadow box shrines are so sweet and the matchbox ornie is beautiful! Sure am enjoying my visit to your blog!
Connie

Jeane said...

I've had a good time cruising your blog - thanks for your kind comment at my place - you are bookmarked

Tomatolover said...

Your jewelry is just gorgeous. I also enjoyed the class so much! It was lots of fun and I couldn't believe how late it was when we left. You are going to have to be more forceful with kicking us out! lol

Take care!

Margaret said...

love love love the shrines!!!they are gorgeous, what a wonderful idea!

Margaret said...

Hi Robin I would love to swap links with you have added you to my favs! I would alsolovetolink the shrines if that's ok? The stamps are from Catherine Moore http://www.characterconstructions.com/ but hang onto your wallet!! the potential to want to buy it all is VERY high!!!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Your little shrines are perfectly charming and wonderful! I found you from Margaret in Switzerland's blog = blogland = such a fun place! TFS