Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Uh, oh! It's almost Tax Day! ;)

April 15th is an interesting day around our home. To most, it's just Tax Day. But here, it is my Grandpa's birthday! AND....it was almost our oldest daughter's birthday!

Without going into detail {no one wants to hear my birthing story!}, but she should of been born on her Great Grandpa's birthday. Instead, she was born on the 16th. ;)

{I can't believe my daughter will be 17 years old!}

We are getting ready to celebrate the birthdays {we DON'T celebrate Tax Day!}, we also have a Cheer Banquet tomorrow and a cheer comptetion in Las Vegas this weekend! BUSY! :)

I do have a video to share with you...it's a Quick Tip video. And, I LOVE THIS TIP!!!



{If you can't see the video above, please click here to be taken to the blog to check out the great tip!}

Hugs,
Stephanie
The {Stamps} of Life

8 comments:

Robynccgirl said...

Great tip! I need to try that! Happy Birthdays!!! My birthday is the 16th too but I won't say how old I'm going to be!

Jenrex4 said...

Cool trick! I will have to spread this one. Have great birthdays.

BTW, dying to know puppy's name

Aimee J. said...

You can do the same thing, but dab it into bleach and then stamp onto dark paper for the opposite effect. Also, I think it would be cute to put one of the little flower stamp where the "popped" bubble was...or a teeny bee (kind of looks like a honeycomb). Wow...can't wait to go stamp! Thanks for the great tips!

Emily said...

I really like this tip but I have a request for all your stamping videos... I know you are a purpley pastel type of gal, but what if you used some more bold colors so they show up better in the video? Particularly when you stamp on brown paper, I would love to see a bold or dark color... it would show off your stamps better that way. ;-)

Eveline said...

Great tip and I love the result.
Eveline.

Lynna said...

I like using bubble wrap with acrylic paint as well! Make fun background especially with larger bubbles.

delightfuldaisy said...

A great way to recycle! :)

Heather said...

Great tip for a background stamp that you can have fun with. The bleach technique idea always looks so cool when using stamps. I think I will have to go look around for some bubble wrap and pull put a bee stamp set that I have. Happy Stamping

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