Sunday, 25 November 2012


Thanks to all you lovely people who came and supported us at our 5th Ultimate Rubber Stamping Demo Day last month. It was a super day as always and the girls demo'ing did an amazing job yet again.

===== Kim =====

Kim was busy demo'ing products from Imagination Crafts along with Mica powders, twinkling H20s and the incredible Stampendous Frantage range. You can see more of Kim's creations on her blog Kimx

===== Clare =====

Copic Markers, Molly Blooms Stamp Designs, jute string, 3D creations - this combo can only be the talented Clare Rowlands. Follow Clare's adventures on her blog : Molly Blooms

===== Lisa =====

Lisa made me laugh, she'd gone for a walk with hubby and new puppy the day before the demo and hubby couldn't understand why the walk was taking so long and why Lisa kept stopping to pick up things. Lisa was collecting real leaves to create her autumn feel to her table top. And what a cool display it turned out to be.

Lisa was loving demo'ing her new eBosser and seems like you guys did too - we completely sold out on the day :)
EBossers are not back in stock with UK suppliers now until early Jan :(

===== Louise =====

Copic Markers, Distress Markers, Saturated Canary stamps, Wild Rose Studio and Magnolia stamps were among the array of products that Louise worked with on the day. Such a talented lady. Keep up-to-date with Louise's artwork by following her blog : Just Love To Stamp.

===== Michelle =====

Michelle was completely crackers! Sorry, I meant Michelle was creating DIY crackers! She also demo'ing all things sticky along with foil and beads. It never ceases to amaze me what she comes up with. Hope to see more of Michelle next year in a demo or two if she can fit us in.

===== Chris=====

Chris was having way too much fun showing you how to embellish your Christmas projects with the brand new Tattered Poinsettia bigz die from Tim Holtz along with grungeboard, Kaisercraft projects and sweeties!

===== Lou =====

If you haven't seen Lou's unique style of working with colouring mediums and the results she gets from being creative with magnolia stamps, you are really missing a treat. She'll be doing more demo's next year with us and watch out for the possibility of a class or two :) To find out more about Lou's creations, you can follow her blog at Crafty Lou's Small world.

If you enjoyed the projects and artwork you saw on the day, keep an eye on the class schedule as many of these lovely ladies teach classes at Sir Stampalot too. Classes can fill up quickly so book early to avoid disappointment.

Next class schedule for the first quarter of 2013 will be released at midday on Monday 17th Dec 2012 - still quite a few classes and dates to finalise but we should be target.

As well as the demonstrators, we had plenty of helpers on the day on-hand for all our needs! Jane and Cheryl were on catering duty (check out the green spooky tarts):

Steph and Mandy were our runners for the day, and Kay was extremely busy manning her own 'Create It Yourself' table as well as helping out with anything that needed attention.

And my folks were as helpful as ever, where would I be without them? Thanks all.

More amazing pumpkins carved out by Steph again this year, check this one out, a spooky witch design.

Thanks from all the team at Sir Stampalot, the demo'ing girls and myself, to everyone who came and supported us; it wouldn't be such a wonderful day if you weren't there!

And well done to Cheryl from Bretton, Peterborough - she was the lucky lady who won the prize draw on the day.

We'll be announcing a competition next week with goodies donated by Michelle from Stix 2. Watch this space...

Next FREE demo day here at Sir Stampalot, Peterborough, is not far away. On Saturday 8th December we have Jayne Saunders coming to demo her range of decoupage stamps and stencils along with the superb sparkle medium and micas from Imagination Crafts. See you then. Don't forget your camera!

Happy crafting - janicex

Date for your diary: 6th Ultimate Rubber Stamping Day on Sat Oct 26th 2013 :)

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