Happy Hellos Everyone:
The Ink Pad. It's the only stamping store in all of New York City. To be so small, they have a large collection of stamps--stamps you do not see every where. Aside from several other things, I purchased three little funky stamps, plus a few other stamps that I can't wait to use and for you to see. The Ink Pad also has a large collection of ethnic (Greek, Spanish, Irish, French, African-American, etc.) stamps. I was impressed and happy to know they carried stamps for everyone. I thought they were a little pricey, but I had to remember where I was. Besides, it probably wasn't pricey for the average New Yorker. Needless to say, I enjoyed my trip to the village and I would like to return again with a little more funds. :)
I CAS the card above from SCS. I really liked it! I already had the paper--just had not done any thing with it. I changed a few things to make it my own. Suprisingly, no stamping was preformed on this card. The text was accomplished from the use of my computer/printer. I made a couple other cards simular to this one. Those cards are located in the card gallery. Please feel free to take a look.
I added a second gallery to the blog since I posted last--a Cake Gallery. I began gleaning photos of pictures I had of eible desserts I made to show to you. Most of the photos you will see are of things I have made some time ago. However, I made my mother the basket of flowers for this Mother's Day. Hope you enjoy it as much as they did.
Make it a great Tuesday and thanks for stopping by The Peddler's Gallery.