Sounds like the title of a book doesn’t it? Well it is the title of my Thursday evening from the last week in July. I was very lucky and got to do two things that I’ve been wanting to do for a while – visit The Make Lounge in north London and make my own rubber stamps and all courtesy of the folks at Snapfish UK and the Endelman team. Thank you guys. For those of you who don’t know Snapfish is an online photographic printing service.
[update: I’m now part of the Snapfish affiliate program so there are affiliate links in this blog post]
I went for a fruity theme and carved a citrus slice and a lemon!
I met a bunch of other crafty folk but we didn’t get an awful lot of chat in, we were too busy trying to slice into the Speedy-Carve and not our fingers! Especially after a bit of fizzy wine too!
But not so busy that I couldn’t fit in a cake between cutting!
I think I could get very use to this kind of thing!
We got to see some samples of the Snapfish photographic prints and the range of products they can provide like photos, printed canvases, calendars, books, mugs and they were all very good quality. I’m kinda looking out for when they do business cards and will look forward to trying out their services then and I will let you know how I get on with them when the time comes.
I would be interested to hear if any of you guys have used Snapfish before? What do you think?
But I’m definitely going to try carving more stamps – think I’m hooked!
Catch you later.
ps. see more fabulous hand-carved stamps on Vicky’s blog Blush Crafts.