I’m not really sure how she gets the email with our cards. I assume she signed up on our website with her email and then they come to her. Our daughter does all our blog and website stuff and she’s coming home this weekend so I will check with her and get back to you!
I came by to visit your booth at the Columbia, SC location. We’re considering being a host city for a scrapbook show in the Charleston, SC area. We’ve contacted a few venues and wanted to email a few vendors to one see if this is an event you would be interested in being a vendor and two give us tips what makes a great show for you the vendor.
We did not see an email address for you so I decided to post here. Please respond to SpecExpoEvents@aol.com
We plan expo events in our area and are having great success. Since attending the event in Columbia we’ve had so many people ask if we would consider doing on in our area. We have a great time at our events and would love to hear your thoughts and ideas.
Beth, I just wanted to thank you for all our help in picking out stamps, etc., helping me make a Christmas card – you are the best! Please come back to Ft. Wayne, IN again next year! I had a ball!! I’ve signed up for your blog. If you remember, you called me “your new best friend” – LOL! Thank you for a wonderully fun day! Leslie
Your stand was one of the most popular and one of my favorites at the York Show. Initially seemed like a small show but we managed to spend hours there, as it’s pitched to more to stampers than many larger scrapbooking shows. Thanks for making the trip! Enjoying your blog, both the card ideas and your personal comments.
I visted your booth at the Mesquite, Texas show. I purchased a “7-1 Square Rev Mask Block” at your booth. I fell in love with the displayed “Santa Face” card that used the block stamp and had 3 different parts of Santa’s face inside each of the 3 blocks. I want to use the same technique for bunnies and Easter. I thought I had it figured out but I have not been successful. Would you mind giving me directions or hints on how to get only part of the stamp inside the box?
It is really easy. First start with the Rev Block stamp and stamp it on your card stock. Next take a text weight piece of paper, like typing paper, and stamp the block stamp again. Then taking a exacto knife, cut out the INSIDE of the block. This is your “mask”. Now, place the mask over the stamped block on the card stock. Stamp your image. Then remove the “mask” Your image should all fall inside the block. Hope this helps and makes sense!
It is possible that we will be there. There is a new show that will be mainly rubber stamps that will be in September. One in CO Springs and then Loveland. I believe they are the last two weekends of the month. We will know more in the next month or so and I can get you the website with the information. I believe they are just putting the website together now.
Beth, Barb and I were at the Novi exhibit last weekend and bought the Scan n Cut. You demonstrated how to cut with a stamp that doesn’t have continuous line by using acetate piece where you outlined around stamp. Where do you get the acetate, is there a thinness or thickness weight and did you use non permanent marker for outlining? Thanks. Just received the machine on Thursday and trying to get to know it.
If you go to our website at http://www.shopec.com and look for the online store and then in the search area put G310 in and it will come up and you can place the order. If you have any trouble…let me know. We process credit cards through paypal but you do not need to have a paypal account you can use your credit card.