Sunday, September 23, 2012

Demonstrations at Puyallup Fair

I just had a wonderful time demonstrating at the Puyallup fair this year.  I have demonstrated there for about 15 years.  I have met some wonderful people and there are some who have.... "Too many stamps" so they are purging them.   And a gentlemen who's mother passed and he has her stamps to sell.

Once they follow me.  I will post more.  So if anyone is interested in purchasing slightly used stamps.  Let me know.

For the people that I met at the fair whom want to sell said stamps, leave me a comment on my blog through your Facebook or your own blog. :D

I just love the fair.  I met this lady named Carol she was so sweet, I shared my techniques with her, and I made a card for her.   I met this family where one of  the little girls stamped so I showed her some techniques and shared a card with her and her sister was admiring my work.  I asked her sister if she wanted a card and her parents informed me she was deaf.  I signed to her and asked her if she wanted one of the cards and I used my sign language to ask her if she wanted a card too?  I let her choose one of the cards I made previously and signed it for her.  She was ecstatic that I signed to her, I could see it in her face.  Another lady came along who was just starting stamping, she and her friend's husbands worked the homemade wine and beer booth.  I shared techniques and two cards for her.  And  another lady came along and she was very interested in catalog parties and I gave her some names of people that could help her and her daughter get into stamping and scrapbooking.   The last lady I shared with I made her one of the try-fold cards  and I signed it for her.  Everyone was very happy with everything I shared.

Some of the attractions at the Puyallup Fair

These were people on Stilts Great Big flowers Too cool

I love to see the whole fair the best way is the Sky-ride.

 While test driving a car when coming  back we got  our own personal view of the clydesdales and their wagons so awesome!

 Love the Pink Ribbons on these horses for Breast Cancer awareness.

There's the Farris Wheel right behind the horses makes for a great picture. :D

The little ponies where so cute with their wagon.

Fun had by everyone!!

Check out the stamping section of my blog to see a picture of the cards.
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