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Meetin', Pickin', and the Best Black Ink for Rubber Stamping Q & A Video

It's been a busy and fun past couple of days but I had to pop in this evening to share a fun meeting, a productive pickin' adventure, and my latest video with a Q & A for rubber stamping!

Ink-and-inspirations-stars-team-catherineFirst was my fun meeting with this sweet lady!  Meet Catherine, a long time member of the Ink and Inspirations Stars team, who I finally had the chance to meet "in person" yesterday!  When I found out she was going to be on a shopping trip within 25 minutes of my home town, we decided that we had to meet for lunch!   She is a sweetheart and it was such a pleasure to meet her daughter and grandson, too! We had fun shopping for craft room storage for Catherine's craft room. 

Pickin-tripHere's a "pleased as punch" photo with my oldest taken after a morning of shoppin' and pickin' some wonderful treasures at local estate sales.  And, as a treat, here's a pic of her sweet finds...

Pickin-treasuresIt was so much fun and we had a great time!  I'll have to snap a pic of some of my treasures to share with you soon. :)

And now, here's a video recorded earlier this week with the answer to a question that that I've been asked several times...What is the Best Black Ink for rubber stamping?Can't see the video below?  Find it HERE on You Tube.

Hope those tips help you when choosing your black ink from Stampin' Up!  Thank you for tuning in today and I'll see be back again on Monday!

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