Today’s project is a bit of a departure for me but for a good reason. I am part of an organization called P.E.O. P.E.O. helps women to pursue higher education. As a daughter of educators, I was raised to understand the importance of education and to never quit learning which makes this organization a perfect fit for me.
Annually, we have a state convention. This year we were asked to make something that represents each of us. I chose stamps. I stamped this cute image and used colored pencils and paper piecing to complete her. I added a piece of the plaid paper and some lucky limeade to a piece of crumbcake and die cut that with my mini scallop stitched square. I die cut the crafty girl with a mini scallop stitched circle and popped it up on the base.
I stamped the sentiment and then wrote my P.E.O. chapter and name as well. As this “picture” is going on a display board, I put a couple of eyelets in and added some lime green wire. Before I put everything together, I die cut a second base to glue to the back to give the picture a more finished look in case someone decides to look behind it.
I just adore what I made, it represents me perfectly as a stamper and sports two of my favorite colors – lime green and aqua.
Thanks for stopping by today! I am off for the weekend but will be back on Monday!
Supplies: CS: SU! white, lucky limeade and crumbcake. Lawn Fawn plaid paper. Stamps: PTI pure innocence crafty friends. Dies: MFT mini scallop stitched squares and circles. PTI linen impression plate. Other: eyelets, wire, colored pencils and chalks.