Friday, 5 May 2017

Stamp Doctor - Four projects with Swirly Bird



Last Friday was my Stamp Doctor night, with a special clinic for Swirly Bird. This stamp set is so versatile that it can actually be quite daunting, so I came up with a set of projects to show off some of the fun things you can do with it. This was the first – everyone got to choose a piece of DSP from my retiring stash, then made an envelope with it, using the remaining pieces for their other three projects.

Well, those who stayed on track did. Some ladies went “off piste”, which is absolutely fine... the main thing is that they have fun and, as it is a Stamp Doctor clinic, that they go home feeling better!






2 comments:

  1. HI! I am a fairly new demonstrator in Canada. I am wondering what a stamp doctor is?
    thank you for sharing the new in color charts on the demonstrator fb page.

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    1. Hi Maxine, at my Stamp Doctor events, customers bring their stamp sets they've struggled to use and I come up with project suggestions for them. They also go home with a 'prescription' - which is a printed sheet of ideas

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