Saturday, May 9, 2015

Operation Make.Live.Share: WE WANT YOU!

Hello stamping friends...

As promised, I'm back to share another tidbit of information about my Make-Live-Share event coming up on May 21.  This is an important one because it includes YOU!
Yep, you read that right.  Part of this event will be streamed LIVE!  I'll be teaching one project and would like to have you join the fun.  If you are interested in joining the fun and creating the project with me, all I need from you is your address...I'll mail you a special kit that will contain all of the supplies you will need to create the project right along with us!  LIVE! As I am kitting the projects myself, free kits are limited to 20 online participants, so first-come, first served...but don't worry, If you're number 21 or beyond, I will provide everyone the instruction/inspiration sheet complete with a complete list of supplies and step-out photos to guide you through making a project at your own time/space/pace.

Comment below with your name and address.  All comments are moderated and I will not post or display the address comments on this blog. Your privacy is important to me.


  1. Remember...comments are being moderated- I will not post your comment if your address is in it. I will however, add your address to my list of participants if you send me your address. I will send you the kit ASAP so it will arrive before the big day.

  2. I love are amazing! Would love to join!

  3. I love this idea. Might be wonderful to start this on a monthly basis company wide and have the cards sent directly to corporate. I served during first Gulf War and never received one of those Dear Soldier letters. Some days I met people going through tough times far from home and they couldn't get back to fix the problem. A card might have brought a bit of happy in a sad time.

  4. I am interested. I served in the army.

  5. Don't know if you got my post or not.

    1. Linda- I don't know who you are and I did not receive a post email with your address. Please try again.


Thank you for taking the time to comment about my creations! I appreciate the feedback and LOVE. A stamp in the hand is a song in the heart. Kerry