Sunday, October 19, 2008

Yesterday I attended the Rubberstamp and Scrapbook Expo. It was sooooooooooo much fun. When we walked in what to my wondering eyes did appear but there it was shiny black with a pretty pink handle.

Yep you guess it a BIG SHOT!!!!!
And I got to bring it home.
After I picked the machine then it was time to pick a couple of dies. Wow hundred to chose from. I think I made a good choice. Thinking of the upcoming holidays my choice is

I can make little goodie bags for teachers and friends alike. I did pick a couple more but this was one of my favorites.
Then I find this little bit of info on the Stampin Up website of what kind of materials I can use.
The list goes on and on and on:
Brass (.055)
Light weight steel
Aluminum (.016)
Tin (.008)
Aircraft plywood (1/64")
Basswood (1/16")
Balsa (3/32")
Mat board (adhesive or none)
Foam with chipboard (.1)
Corrugated pad
Adhesive-backed cork
Fine sandpaper (.00)
Extra thick template plastic
Template plastic
Plastic canvas (7 mesh)
Bubble wrap
Sheet foam
Friendly (jewelry) plastic
100% pure beeswax (cut with parchment paper on top & bottom of beeswax)
Adhesive and non-adhesive rubber

Static cling vinyl
Warm & natural batting
Fusible fleece
Quilt batting
Adhesive and non-adhesive flexible magnet
Heat n' shrink plastic
Adhesive and non-adhesive felt
Pop-up sponge
Shiny self-adhesive and non-adhesive paper
Iron-on fabric
Poly foam adhesive and non adhesive
3-D illusionary plastic
Glow in the dark adhesive and non adhesive
Suede paper
Funky fur
Personal Embossing Plastic (PEP)
Shaggy plush felt
Vinyl flooring
Shelf lining
Embossing rubber
Thin leather
Gasket material

Well off to have some fun. I promise I will post pictures this week. Got the camera and scanner all in working order. Take care and Happy Scrappin......

1 comment:

Liz said...

Wow. That looks like SO much fun!