I am a mom of 4 adult children and 6 grandchildren with a 7th on the way. I babysit 2 of my grandchildren during the week. I have been married to my wonderful and patient husband for 31 years. The past 19 years I have been a Tupperware consultant.About the same time, a friend invited me to my first rubber stamp home party hence the name Tupperstamper. I've been addicted ever since. This additction fueled another addiction which is crafting with my Cricut. I bought my first machine in November of 2006 when my 2nd oldest daughter was getting married. We made 300 little party box favors. In March of 2008 I purchased my second machine, the Expression, and have been going wild with it ever since. In March of 2009 I was given a wonderful opportunity to work for Provo Craft at a kiosk in a local mall selling and demoing the Cricut. Sadly after 10 months the kiosk closed. After that I demoed the Cricut and other Provo Craft products in Costcos, Joanns, and Best Buy for about 5 months.
I bought an embroidery machine when I was at the State Fair. I have been drooling for years. I came across some real cute designs on Embroidery Library and decided to give it a try. I had seen some cute Halloween bibs at the store so I decided to try it myself. Here is the result.
I have since learned that I should have put water soluable stabilizer on the top to hold down the terry cloth loops. Doing embroidery is so much fun