She seems to have hit a home run with her Tree for All Seasons stamp. It is a bare tree that can be decorated for just about any occasion. Her booth was filled with $2.00 sticks and $3.00 stubbies, tiny stamps on dowel rods that are used to decorate the limbs. There was just about every image you could think of, from hamburgers to a fishing hook, snowflakes to a ball of yarn.
Links to the trees and all the accessories can be found HERE and HERE and HERE so you can see exactly what I am talking about.
She has an extensive website http://www.stampsbyjudith.com/ complete with video clips and a Stamps of the Month page with specials. You can order her catalog for $10 that is jam-packed with ideas.
A friend and I decided to get our feet wet, or should I say our fingers inked, and bought the tree stamp to share and a few sticks and stubbies. It was difficult to decide which ones to buy because they all were so cute! We both thought we may have a few Hero Arts tiny stamps at home that might work and some $1 punches from Michaels. Anything to save a buck since we already have dropped a few (gasp).
Here's my first attempt. I think I need some practice. She has tree bases such as a larger spool of thread which adds a lot. Dang, does that mean an internet order?
Thank You Sew Much!
using real buttons attached with mini glue dots