Stampy is on the road again!
Stampy here, Crafty Bob's mate and roaming Showman.
After a well earned break (if I may say so myself), I am back on the road again this week, but not too far from home.
I have a stand at the Creative Crafts Show, Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher, Surrey, KT10 9AJ.
You can find me on Stand P1, just inside the entrance door to the right, I have lots a fab bargins from just £1, bow makers £2, flower looms £2.99 and lots more goodies, including Mrs Stampy's favourite, the Ranger Melt Pot at a Show Offer Price.
Any purchase made on our stand will be placed in one of Crafty Bob's lovely purple bags and I will be looking for a willing Crafter to have his/her photo taken with me for this Newsletter.
If you do find me, let me know you are a Bobette and claim a free packet of glue dots with my compliments.
Kevin from Stamposaurus
Granddaughter by Joan King
I dont see my grand daughters as they live in the Uk but I do get occasional photos to keep me going and this one is of my eldest grand daughter with one of her friends!!!! So cute.
Hope you like the two designs I have chosen for you.
cup510438_1716 by Joan King
cup510437_1716 by Joan King
A Little bit a Sunshine from Maisie
by Liz Harrison
As the sun hasn't been shining very much in East Yorkshire , Maisie decided to improvise . We are not sure where the balloon came from but Maisie proudly trotted into the room with it. She looks very pleased with herself doesn't she lol
cup290837_15 by Liz Harrison
cup386035_15 by Liz Harrison
Olympic Stadium - Orbit Tower
by Christine Crowther
Ah, I've been trawling through photos and having happy memories. This is the tower at the Olympic Stadium in Stratford, lit up on the night of the 2012 opening ceremony, which I was fortunate enough to attend. It was a fabulous experience which I shall never forget.
I looked up a couple of facts about the tower for you, so here they are; it was designed by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond. The massive 115-metre steel and glass structure described as a 'daring, imaginative and exhilarating' work of public art, is also known as the ArcelorMittal Orbit. That's because Britain's richest man, Lakshmi Mittal, donated the steel and even loaned most of the £22.7 million required for its construction. He has lifetime naming rights over the tower, and probably had some of the best views of the Games. Here's a couple of value sheets from my Stacked Star Toppers range - make two cards from each sheet , plus all of my designs are on sale this weekend,
cup495104_994 by Christine Crowther
cup494798_994 by Christine Crowther
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Pretty In Pink by Mary Jane Harris
This spotlight is dedicated to my future Daughter-In-Law. She has just gotten a new hair style, and I think it really suits her... although I think she is beautiful inside and out... no matter what hair style she chooses. Her favorite color is pink, so I named the first sheet after her; "Halee's Roses".
cup510745_99 by Mary Jane Harris
cup510696_99 by Mary Jane Harris
Tin Can Bay AU by Silvia Griffin
Just a QUICK hello from my trip down under. Was visiting one of my customers in Brisbane and she took us to this place where you can feed wild dolphins. It started out YEARS ago when one got hurt and he came into the bay to heal. Locals took care of him and they have been coming back every day and get fed. Third Generation Dolphins. Many thanks for considering my creations. Silvia
cup402166_262 by Silvia Griffin
cup441278_262 by Silvia Griffin
My Little Rainbow by Kelly Barker
A little bit of excitement in our house this week, after nearly a year of being on the waiting list my eldest daughter Jessica finally got in to Rainbows! I don't remember Rainbows being around when I was little, but I know I loved Brownies as you get to do a little bit of everything (especially crafty stuff) so I know Jessica is going to love it. Here is Jessica proudly showing off her Rainbow badge, she just can't wait to get her uniform now! She is trying to learn her Rainbow promise and songs and wanted to have it by her bed last night, so she could read it if she couldn't sleep. After just one session she has proudly told me that she has learnt to skip. I have a feeling she is going to like being a Rainbow. Here are two of my newest designs, both double twist easel card kits, with lots of decoupage and sentiments to choose from.
cup510979_1028 by Kelly Barker
cup510259_1028 by Kelly Barker
India & SE Asia Cruise by Robyn Cockburn
Firstly I would like to thank all of the crafters who voted for me in the Designer of the year competition. It was such
a wonderful surprise to get back to Singapore after our cruise (we didn't have internet) to find that I had come 3rd!!
We've been back a few days now but had a wonderful time in India. Great food, ladies in beautiful saris, lots of pigeons, sacred cows, monkeys, dogs, pigs,
goats and mustard crops. Thousands of hectares - I'm sure they must supply the entire world with mustard. Also lots of lovely red
sandstone, white and black marble buildings with wonderful stone inlay work. We went on an elephant ride to the Amber Fort, visited a Sikh temple where
they feed around 20,000 people a day, visited a safari park where we saw many animals and birds, and of course, the highlight - visited the Taj Mahal which really
is as beautiful as its reputation. Following that we went on a short cruise around SE Asia. We visited Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Phuket. We did lots
of shopping, went up the Patronus Towers and took a boat ride to the James Bond island in Phang Nga Bay. Wheww, we need a rest now! I'm back into designing
though and hope you like the new 3D Window Box Card Kits. New window box cards that make a lovely 3D display but fold flat to post. Envelope supplied in the kit.
cup512296_123 by Robyn Cockburn
cup512299_123 by Robyn Cockburn