In our house we celebrate March 14th for two reasons. Most importantly, it's my son's birthday (happy birthday!!!!). Secondly, it's Pi day. What's that, you ask? March 14, aka 3/14, aka 3.14 -- got it yet? If not, think back to your math classes in high school. Pi, which is the number used to calculate the area or circumference of a circle, is 3. 14 -- now does it make sense? (Actually, it's an infinite number, but we won't go into that.) OK, fine, we're a bunch of geeks.
And, now on to some stamping... As much as I tried, I couldn't stay away from the glitter for very long. In this sample, I used the new Chunky Glitter on one of the Sticky Cut hearts. The Sticky Cut letters and shapes are seriously fun. They're super sticky (duh) so are perfect for adhering to glitter, beads, or just about anything. They come in all the letters of the alphabet, plus a few shapes. We'll be using these at stamp clubs next month.
I'll be posting more samples with the Sticky Cut letters soon. They're a bit addicting.
Well, I'm off to celebrate my son's birthday at school. Until next time, Happy Stamping!