Stamping Display at the Mason Dixon Library

Library Entrance

I’m excited to share the display I put up this past week at the Mason Dixon Library in Stewartstown, PA.  This is what people will see to their left as they enter the foyer of the library building.  It’s such an honor to have so much space to display my work and advertise the Christmas Card Classes and Scrap Club I hold there at the library.

Stewartstown Scrap Club

The display case is divided into three sections.  This is the first section as you enter from the outside of the building.

Scrap Club

Here’s one of the items I have in that display case advertising the Scrap Club I hold there the 3rd Monday evening of each month.  In club we make six 12″x12″ scrapbook pages in 2 hours.

Handmade Christmas Ornaments

This is the center section with the 3 foot Christmas tree decorated with handmade Christmas ornaments.  I carry this tree with me to Christmas Card classes there at the library.

Handmade Christmas Decorations

Here’s a close-up of the tree.  We made a lot of those ornaments last year.  Keep your eyes open this year for new classes with Fall and Christmas decor and much, much more!

Christmas Scrapbooking

This is a page we made in Scrap Club at the beginning of the year.  It is on display in the middle case.

 

York County PA

And here is the third case with the mailbox you saw yesterday.

Stampin' Mail

Here it is again, on display!  This is the mailbox my Dad helped me make.

SU! Christmas Cards

And here are just a few of the Christmas cards on display.

I hope you will stop by the library in person to check out the display (and of course you can sign up for classes there or through me.)  If you like the display, please say as much to the library staff if you would.  I’m very thankful to them for this opportunity.

I want to take a quick moment to thank Laura to her help setting up a section of the display Monday evening and to my children who read quietly in the children’s reading room while two of the sections went up!

Thank you for stopping by today!  I hope your weekend is a wonderful one!

Comments

  1. I can’t wait to see the completed display in person! I had a blast helping/watching you set up – you are one creative lady! Looks lovely and lots of things to get us in the spirit of more carding making/stamping/scrapbooking!

  2. Oh, Becky – the display is simply gorgeous! So professional! So impressive! Everyone who sees it surely will walk in and sign right up! Can we take a field trip on Aug. 16?

  3. What beautiful displays!! I don’t know where to begin 🙂 . Wish I could see this IRL and would love to see more of what’s in them.

  4. Oh my Becky, you surely have out done yourself with this one, i would think if you entered it in a contest, you would win first place. Speaking of your sons, I seem to notice that all of the items made are very feminine. Maybe if you made something masculine, the boys might get interested, as well as other boys and it would add something for everyone. Here in NC, I have seen many boys, including my 5, making cards. They started as early as kindergarten making Mother and Fathers Day Cards. Before school and they needed to take their minds off of getting into mischef, I would get out colored paper, crayons and tell them to make something pretty for mommy. You would be surprised of some of the things they made, flowers out of tissues, and etc. Hope this helps.

    • Sheila, My children love to stamp and draw and make all kinds of things. I occasionally post pictures of things they make, however, the intention of this blog is for business use. If I took a picture of all their projects, trust me, there wouldn’t be time to post anything else on here! I’d say a decent percentage of the people who come to my classes have received handmade pictures and cards from my children.

  5. I’ll hopefully get to the library to see this in person. From the pics, I can imagine it is totally impressive. Your creativity never ceases to amaze me.

  6. Wow, what a beautiful display! I’m sure you’ll have people drooling over all the fabulous projects! 🙂

  7. I am sorry if I spoke out of line

  8. The display looks good baby, keep up the good work. (Becky is my youngest, so she will always be my baby).

  9. Becky ,
    I wanted to let you know your library set up is so well displayed. That is such a blessing to you and your community to share your creativity with others. Plus met tons of super cool people –
    Enjoy the rest of the week,
    Kathy

  10. Terrific as always!

  11. What a lovely display… All of your wonderful creations at one place! Exciting 🙂

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