Hi everyone! I have some very exciting news to share! I have been chosen to be a member of the My Pink Stamper design team! You may have seen my project submission on my blog last week. (You can see it here if you missed it.)
Robyn, The Pink Stamper, was the very reason that I started Sprinkled With Glitter in the first place. I can't remember exactly how I found her...but I stumbled across her online one day...most likely the result of a Google search. It was about that time that I asked for a Cricut Expression for my birthday. I watched all of her tutorials on the Cricut before I ever got my machine...and when I finally got it on my birthday, I was able to take it right out of the box and start using it right away. That was in February of 2009.
In 2010, I met Robyn and Karlee at the CHA Winter Supershow. That was when Robyn introduced her new line of stamps. She had two stamp sets at that time. I ended up winning one of the stamp sets when she drew my name for a door prize (there's a video you can watch here) and bought the other so I would have the "complete" set. And I had her autograph the set that I won. It hangs in my craft room. I've always been a fan...and her stamps are high quality!
I am so thrilled and honored to be a part of this team! I am excited to share my creations with you!
Thank you to all of you who have commented on my posts recently. I love reading your comments. Also, welcome to all of my new subscribers! I've doubled my number of followers in the last week! Thank you all. I hope you will find some inspiration here at Sprinkled With Glitter.
Hope you have a happy Sunday. I will be back later in the week with a video for you. Right now, I am going to try to catch a quick nap before we head out for a fun evening with the children. We are taking them to a Fresno Grizzlies baseball game. We are huge baseball fans. We are Giants fans (and were fans BEFORE they won the World Series in 2010). Since the Grizzlies are the minor league team of the Giants, it's a way for us to enjoy a day at the ballpark...only a little closer than San Francisco!
Enjoy your day! Thanks for stopping by!