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  • Hi! My name is Traci Gentry and I live in Woodville, Ohio. I am married to my wonderful husband, Brian, and we have two yellow Labrador Retrievers named Colby and Bailey. I work part time in a bank. I am also a demonstrator for Stampin' Up! I teach card making and rubber stamping classes in my home. My blog consists of rubber stamped cards and projects, as well as tidbits about my dogs, and my family. I hope you enjoy your stay here!

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November 09, 2008

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2stampis2b

YOU are so clever! I love this project. What a great gift idea or club project!

Sarah White

I love this, what a great idea. Is it just a tumbled tile or is it a specific dry erase one? TFS

Pam Speidel

I'm SO impressed with this Traci! Very creative and wonderful gift idea! I especially like the way you stamped the bottom border and decorated the attached pen with twine to match.

Brandi Wiggins

This just fab, Traci! You are showing some serious ingenuity lately!! Bravo, my friend.

Brandi

rebecca wheeler

these are wonderful...so many ideas floating through my head of who could really use this...thanks so much for sharing.

Stampermomof2

If you accidently wrote on your image with the marker, would it be permanent? I'm looking for a way to protect the image from being ruined by the marker. I learned that crystal effects isn't the answer!

Thanks so much for sharing! Your work is beautiful!

Brenda

Awesome idea! I also like how you wrapped the pen with twine--what a great rustic look! I haven't tried using craft inks and embossing on tiles yet... this just might be the inspiration to give it a try! TFS!

Shelly Cameron

This is gorgeous! You did a super job on this. These would make great Christmas gifts!

Jennifer Woodward

Traci, this is ingenius! What a beautiful and creative gift idea too. Oh wow...I can see making these as a gift (and for myself) during the upcoming holiday season.

P.S. I love what I can see of your back porch! :)

Mary Hodgman

Awsome possum, I love it! And what a clever idea too. I picked up a tile to try out the SU DE recently, and I wondered if they would work with a dry erase pen. Now I know they do.
Mary H.

Jennifer E.

Wow! This is a great idea! I would have never thought of this! I love your little stand too!

lesa

This is super cool! Love the set you used and colors. Going to save this idea you clever gal. :)

Laura Brown

Wow! I love it and plan on making some for gifts this year! Thanks for the inspiration and great tips!

Carmen

Ohh I like how you made yours. I recently did one but didn't come out as nice! Great job!

Simmy

This is the bomb!! I love it and want to make some! What a great gift idea. Thanks for sharing :-)

simmy

Melanie

I love this idea! I'm thinking that I need to put one by my phone so my DS can remember to give me my messages!

Carol

First of all I love your porch!! And your project is a great idea for Christmas gifts as you said. Thanks for sharing!!

Andrea C

What a clever project. I especially like how the stamped images came out!

Tami B.

So many clever little touches on this project I would not have thought to do. Love everything about it.

Jenn D

This is such an awesome idea! How cute!

Michelle

To "dog-gone" cute!!

Hope

What a fantastic idea! I absolutely love it!!

Lisa (crazycatstamper)

this totally ROCKS!!!! I see Christmas gifts in the making!!!!!

Jamie

What a great idea, I'll have to give it a try!

Ringer

This is wonderful! I am going to have to try this with my son as a teacher gift this year. Grandma may need one too! I just love it and your recipe was so informative. Bravo!

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