Thursday, December 4, 2008

Handstamped Ceramic Tiles















Sorry that I've not been posting much at all on my blog lately but with the holidays and the end of the year right around the corner it seems that there's just not enough time in the day to get things on my "to do" list accomplished!


I am the owner of an online scrapbooking group and we get together once a month for a 10 hour crop. Our December Crop is one of the best crops of the year and is always so much fun! BUT...there's a ton of stuff to get done before the crop...which happens to be this coming Saturday! So, I've been planning all our fun activities, wrapping prizes, organizing our day and shopping for last minute necessities.

On top of planning the crop, I've also been trying to make things for a children's Secret Santa Shop that I signed up to participate in on December 8th. Let's just say that I haven't gotten as much finished as I had originally planned! However, I thought I'd share with all of you the ceramic tile coasters that I made and will be selling for $1.00. I was pretty pleased with how they turned out and hope they will sell because I have no idea what I will do with them if they don't.

What do you think?

6 comments:

Carmen O. said...

These are fabulous! I can't wait to see them IRL! Maybe someday I can give these a try :).


Feeling just a tad better but coughing so hard it hurts :(. Gosh I want to be better before tomorrow!

Anne said...

Those coasters are lovely!!! I would buy one for sure :) Have fun at your crop tomorrow,
Anne

Wendy said...

They are so pretty!!! You should have no trouble selling them. I would buy one for sure.

Ikki said...

Hi Priscilla, gosh you are a busy lady! Hope all goes well - the crop sounds great fun - nothing like this in England - or perhaps I have just never hear of them.
Love your coasters. Did you just stamp them with StazOn? Great idea thanks for sharing with us. ooxx ikki

mommy2lou said...

I love these coasters....you know, they sure would make an awesome gift at trivets for someone's kitchen as a house warming gift...hmmm....

Monique said...

I think these are so pretty, thanks for sharing them!