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Stamp A Stack Creations

Hello Folks,

I held a Stamp A Stack Card Making Session tonight at my place - a quick hi to those that came along!    Here are some of the cards we made this evening - they make quite an attractive array don't they.  We had fun making them.  Stay tuned for what we will be making in May Stamp A Stack.

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I've only just surfaced from a big week of paper chopping!  I organised a paper swap with 15 of my demonstrator friends.  Have chopped 240 sheets of 12 x 12 inch patterned paper into 3 x 3 inch squares to use to make display books.  Here are a couple of my pages - I'm quite chuffed with how they turned out so thought I'd post a photo.   

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Anyway - that is what has kept me out of mischief this week! 

Might finish off with a few Hannah Quotes from This Week

'Mum I've been a helpful girl this week with my busy legs, not my lazy bum.'

'Mum did you know the lifecycle of a person.  First you are a baby, then a toddler, then a kid, then a school kid, then a teenager, then a human.'    (Aha - anyone out there waiting for the humans to emerge!) 

Jack's Frequently Used Phrases of This Week:Jack_tricycle_2

'More Weetbix'  (Do you know he sometimes gets through 3 for breakfast!)    

'Lisa ding ding'  (Which translates something along the lines of Aunty Lisa goes to work on a tram, not Aunty Lisa is a dingaling!)   

'More Thomas' (as in the train)   

'Shoes OFF'

And a quick snap of Jack's first tricycle ride.  Wonder what he is thinking there.  Maybe 'Yes I have a big sister!'  Might have to go buy some spray paint perhaps!! 

Cheers,  Sue 

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