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Monday, July 7, 2008


Hope everyone had an enjoyable holiday weekend! We had a group of my son's friends over for a barbeque and swim. When it got dark, off to the local park where they have a fireworks show......they are illegal in our neighborhood so the city has a huge display every year!! Fun!

I spent part of my evening on Sunday designing my own postage stamp!! Sharon, one of my Make Mine Pink sisters, and owner of C'est Chouette, (visit her website to see her gorgeous needlepoint tuffets!) posted the link to and I registered, and then had fun creating the Grandma G's stamp you see pictured below!!

This is real postage and one more way to advertise....what fun!! Go to Zazzle and start creating!! They have tons of other products for you to design, too.....mouse pads, t-shirts, business cards, mugs, posters, just to name a few!

Have a wonderful week and don't forget to join me and MMP for Pink Friday! This week's shopping theme is "The Cottage Porch"!!!

I have a boutique at Shabby Lane Shops, too, and we are having "Christmas in July"....come to Grandma G's and also connect to Shabby Lane to shop the other's never too early to start your holiday shopping!!


Michelle M. May said...

Hey Georgia!
I just love your stamp. I think I'll try to get over there and make one too. What fun!


Patricia said...

The stamp is so cute! Really have to go try that.


Debbie said...

Oh, what a beautiful blog you have. Pink and green (and white) ~ my favorite color combination. I love your stamp. I, too, am going to have to head on over there and see what (or how) I can create.
Debbie ~ Rosehill

gail said...

Hi Geogia, I was so glad Sharon shared that wonderful idea. You have done a great job too.I love it. I am going to get some too very soon... thanks for sharing. (()) gail

Lisa said...


I love your stamp, it's wonderful. I think I may need my own stamp too.


Garage sale gal said...

Hi Georgia,
Love your blog and Love your stamp. WOW.What is it about pink??? I've added you to my blog gals to read. Come visit me sometime. Warmly, Deb Love your bigbottombags...thinking I need one:)

Susan said... think they would let us print money like we do the stamps???
Susan *dutchrose*

Inka Thomas said...

Oh Susan, you are too funny!
Georgia, I love your stamp. You did a great job.

Sweet Necessi-Teas said...

Georgia, I love your stamp. I created one, too, but haven't ordered it yet. Thanks for sharing!

Noelle Garrett Designs said...

What a beautiful stamp. i have to get around to creating one too. Thanks for sharing!

Craft Diva said...

wow, georgia...looks like you had a lot of fun!

Janet Bernasconi said...

Hi Georgia!

Love,love,love that stamp! I have seen a picture of customizing you own stamps at my Post Office and thought it was a brilliant idea. I can't wait to make one with my pillows! I'm grateful that Sharon brought it up and shared with everyone. Her tuffets sure look amazing on a stamp.
Great Show and Tell Georgia!
Janet's Creative Pillows

Cottage Flair said...

Sounds like a fun weekend. We did the same, our fireworks are at the beach. Beautiful stamp design.

K&E@forgetmenotdreams said...

Way cool Georgia! I just love it!
Forget Me Not Dreams

Miniature Patisserie Chef said...

The stamp is absolutely gorgeous. What a fantastic way to advertise!

Pei Li

Susan - My Vintage Charm said...

Love your stamp and I appreciate you and Sharon sharing this wonderful advertising tool. It's a great idea! How fun! It's something I'll put on my Wednesday To Do list!

SoCal Helene said...

Hi Georgia,
The stamp is adorable and a great way to promote……I like Susan idea, why can’t we print money too!!! Thank you for visiting my blog. I was sure you had been to the Grove Flea in Irvine, perfect size and some shade!! Have a great day and stay cool, I know easier said than done!!

Sharon said...

Hi, Georgia,

Wow, the stamp is great. I bet there will be a whole lot of pink stamps out there soon, now that you've inspired us all.