Video - Stamp With Me - Featuring Pansy Patch Bundle - Making Two Simple Stamping Card Fronts

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Simple Stamping Pansy Patch Card Fronts | Tracy Marie Lewis |

Whew, we are one day away from landing at our three week destination! This is day eleven of our trek across the US from Washington state to North Carolina.

Currently we are taking a short break over the weekend to avoid traveling in the tourist crowds.

I have to share what a special day I had today. Libby totally surprised me with an early am text asking if I wanted to go to lunch with her! What a treat that was:D Of course I said YES! We had lunch at Mel's Diner just a short drive away.

The town we are camping at is a summer season tourist location so the wait to be seated was long and traffic was pretty much chaos driving the mere .9 mile from our campground to the diner. The last time we saw each other was 3 years ago I believe at a retreat in Washington state. Thank you so much Libby and hubby for taking me to lunch today.

Ok, now onto some stamping! Today's video is a stamping session using the Pansy Patch bundle that I borrowed from my downline demonstrator Linda. 

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Great job on the tutorial. I also learned how to remove the lines on my stamps. Swirl and dab. Thanks. One suggestion when you go below the 45 mark on your mat you are almost off camera. 100 degrees here to day so Mike suggested I go out into the trailer and stamp. I will be taking Pansy stamps with me.

I saw how close to off camera I got, but had already returned the bundle to you so had no way to reshoot. I figured the information was valuable enough to publish even though I did scoot too low on the mat. You guys are getting some wild weather! We had rain and thunderstorms from Missouri through about an hour from our campground. Very humid and warm hgh 80s. Now it is 95 and sunny.  We got a nice shaded site thank goodness:D


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