Learning something new daily

I have been working on a wall hanging, and a Liberty Quilt lately. Then a neighbor told me of an Estate Sale selling lots of craft things. So everything went by the wayside and I went. I got lots of Stamps and papers for $30.

Then off to Michael’s for stamps pads and stamp cleaner. I have never done stamping, I am looking for advice. Granddaughter loves them so even if I don’t use them she will get that much fun out of them.

Any suggestions on a good place to get information on using them?

One thing I want to do is using them on fabric. We will see how this goes.

Another question. We normally do craft fairs, and since the virus we can’t and people have been suggesting Virtual Fairs. Does anyone know how these work and are they worth the time and effort? Or just wait till the Spring and see what happens. Or keep working on building an Etsy shop and use that?

Have a fun week and be safe?

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8 thoughts on “Learning something new daily

  1. I used to do stamping on cards, but I just used an ink pad and then colored it in.
    I would be interested in learning more about virtual fairs, too. I didn’t know that was a thing!


  2. I have loads of stamps I need to de-stash. I used to use them for gift tags and cards mostly but have also stamped on fabric occasionally. The possibilities, if you really get into it , are endless. You can get different sorts of ink – specially for fabric for instance – and embossing powders and all sorts. Lots of people use them in scrapbooking and journals, not something I’ve ever fancied, and I’m sure there must be lots and lots of information online from people who are big fans of the craft that you can be inspired by. Have fun! You got a bargain there.


  3. I often start with Dharma Trading as a resource for how to use various craft materials. Art quilting and fiber art magazines might have useful articles, too. Of course, you could always just Google!


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