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How Much More Can I Take?

Ann did the last My Digital Studio Master Class for the Master Stampers yesterday.  She fit it in between coming home from church & going back to help at a dinner.  It sure was exciting around here – except – I'm not sure I liked the finished product for her Facebook banner!  She'll be doing the same for MY Facebook page next week.

With each class, she started from scratch & had no precise plan for the banner except that it would contain 3 pictures, a punch, some Designer Paper & an embellishment.  The whole process still took only 30 minutes.  I will share that the students wanted a bow on that button so tonight she came back & changed the brads from Baja Breeze to Not Quite Navy & changed the button & added the bow.   Actually, the suggestions mainly came from Master Stamper members who are also Stampin' Up! demonstrators.  You know how you all are! 

Here's how the banner turned out.  It's very similar to the original.  The stamp brush set is from Fantabulous You & can be dowloaded here.  My story, complaints & barks follow:

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She started with that picture of me in the hallway.  How embarrassing!  Then she told them what happened.  I had been whizzing up & down the fence & had caught my ear on a bush.  It's only just a little slice.  You would notice it IF SHE HADN'T TOLD YOU!  (Honestly, it was probably going past the rose bushes – NOT the Morning Glory!)

So there!  Because Ann had to blab it all over & put it on Facebook, you now know how I got my ear bandaged!  It sure does look bad, doesn't it!  Now you know all about my little imperfection – and I'm barking LITTLE imperfection because the rest of me is downright perfect!  I guess that's why she put my little yellow slicker picture up – so you would know I'm fine now. 

I AM pretty dapper there, aren't I!

You can join the fun at our next round of live classes AND grab some pretty awesome tutorials over at the Master Stamper.  They're a fun group of stampers over there!  If you want to try out My Digital Studio, you can download the Express Version & try it out for 30 days here.  It's the perfect time to decide if you want it so that you can get free Sale-A-Bration picks.

You can see one of the other banners she did for the first or second class when you LIKE me on Facebook.  I mean, I KNOW you like me, so I'm sure you'll do it if you haven't already.  And if you'd like to pin this to Pinterest, just look for the P button down below & give it a tap.

Just don't let Ann get any pictures of your dog doing anything embarrassing!  I don't think she'd embarrass you, but your pet might be sacrificed for art!

I'm just barking!

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