Stampin' Gina | Martinez, CA

Archive for October 2011

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Projects for October Stamp Camp included a very cute french fry treat holder, button buddy pink pig card and a cute Christmas tree pennant punch card. The adorable turkey treats were made by our hostess, Deborah Kingsbury and given to everyone attending. Dinner for the evening included a delicious broccoli/chicken/cheese casserole, hot fresh garlic bread and Arizona tea;Chocolate lacy cookies for dessert. Thank you Deborah for a wonderful evening.

November Stamp Camp will be held Thursday, November 3, 6-8pm. Heike Powell will hostess. See you then!

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                  Sandra is my best stamping buddy friend. We go on amazing, unusal outings.I invited her to go with me to the San Francisco Brazilian Consulate for me to apply for a Brazilian Visa. Her calendar was clear and it was a ‘go’. We went 2 weeks ago by BART and lucked out because it was an unseasonably 82 degrees in San Francisco. HOT. Sandra wanted to show me Gumps, Macy’s and other stores I have not visited in 20 years. I loved it. Amazing walking adventure for 4 hours. It was a pleasure and melancholyat the same time. Returning after 20 years when I used to take my children each year to see Macy’s Holiday window displays, Neiman Marcus Christmas tree. Now both adult children take my grandsons each Christmas, continuing the family tradition I started.

Macy’s SFO, Union Square now has a Cheesecake Factory. We enjoyed our lunch out on the balcony patio. Here are pics of our food. Big Food. Sandra took a cheesecake slice home to her hubby. HUGE $10 slice. A wonderful outing on a beautiful day!

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Recently we were in Pleasanton, CA browsing the boutiques on Main Street. I saw this display of Stampin’ UP Gift Bags and cards (all Halloween themed) and had to take pics. Cards were priced at $3.50 and the bags had various prices.
A Wow display of cuteness.

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