Where's the craft bus today?

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Today several members of the OMC staff are hanging out with friends in Spokane, Washington for the bus tour shin dig that we've been raving about nonstop. Word is they're having a grand time scrapping their hearts out. And yesterday the bus toodled around Tacoma, teaching this cutesy mini album and these home decor projects:

(If these lovely home decor projects look familiar to you, it's because they are! It's the Quick Quotes project kit that we worked on during our New England / Canada cruise this past fall. And we loved it so much that we decided to bring it to our Tacoma peeps!)

Which one is YOUR fave?

And you may recall from a few weeks ago—when we showcased some stunning pictures of the warehouse we said goodbye to—we also gave you a sneak peek at one of the projects they're working on this very minute! 'Member? Those stunning Sizzix boxes made with Graphic 45's Le Romantique?? Well here's the tags that go with 'em. Striking, aren't they?

Which one is YOUR fave?

And that's just one of the classes. They'll also be teaching the techniques used to make these fun cards:

And of course, Stacy Julian is there also! Here's the cute postcards that she's instructing in her class:

Isn't it all so wonderful? We'll be sure to hook you up with some awesome footage of these fun events once they're through.

Where will the bus be headed next? Redding, CA! And friends there will get the chance to work on the mini album and fun cards showcased above.

Wanna know when the bus will be headed your way? Take a gander here.

Happy crafting!


Jody said...

I love, love, LOVE, all the projects you've shown on your page. They are beautiful. The projects with the trees, where did you get the tree die cuts, are they from a Cricut cartridge, and which one? Thanks for sharing.
The boxes are adorable also, love the papers!!!

ohmycrafts said...

The tree is from Quick Quotes, and it comes in the Quick Quotes project kit—along with all the other items you need to create the project. http://www.ohmycrafts.com/quickquotes.aspx

It IS beautiful, isn't it?


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