Stamping

Well, I am finally feeling the release of no longer being a Stampin’ Up Demo.  There was alot of pressure to produce products that other people would like, keep your supplies in such a way that other people might want them, have projects that others would want to do.  All I really wanted to do was share a discount and have fun stampin’ with my friends. I was not able to find people to stamp with that could just be "customers". 🙂

So today, I re-arranged my craft room stamps to pre-Stampin Up.  I used to keep the stamps in little drawers separated by flower, words, birthday, etc.  Now, we have moved on to 14"x8"x5" foot tubs of sets of stamps. . . .

I took all of my sets apart and separated them into Fall, Winter, Summer/Spring, Birthdays, Thank you, Sympathy, Wedding, Baby, Miss You, Delights, and All Occassion words. 

It seems to feel like a final door on the SU! Demo.  It feels freeing. A door opening, instead of closing.

I have not been able to sit creatively for quite some time and just – Stamp. Create. Color. Emboss. Maybe for just fun. Maybe for a card. Maybe for a person specifically, maybe just to pass the time.

I really enjoy stamping when I have a person specifically in mind.  I can take the time to be quiet. Careful. Listening. Thoughtful. Prayerful. I pray blessings over the friend. Covering over the friend. Hedges around the friend.  Know, when you receive a card from me – you get more than a display of my hobby – you get me.  My heart. My prayers. My time. My devotion to you.

About +Angie Wright

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