Traveler and Guy Greetings Rubberstamp Sets

I just love the amazing versatility of rubberstamping, and today I have a unique share for you featuring Stampin' Up!'s Traveler and Guy Greetings rubberstamp sets!  My sons own and operate a popular restaurant here in San Antonio, The Granary.  They asked me to create a coat check ticket–you know, the little doo-dad that a server gives you to claim your coat and/or hat after dinner. The Granary is in an old house, built in the early 1900s, and it still looks like a house.  It's been beautifully restored and repurposed as a restaurant by an award-winning team, so I wanted to create a coat check ticket that had the same old world meets modern world vibe as The Granary.   You can see the building here.  

Guy Greetings Guy Greetings
I loved making these!  I used the Vanilla Coaster Board (main Stampin' Up! catalog) as the base, and if you have not yet tried this amazing, heavy material, I highly recommend you do!  Anything where you need a fair bit of heft in your project–you will be happy with Vanilla Coaster Board.  I made some baskets with the Berry Basket Bigz die earlier this year and love the heavier weight they have.  The Chalk Talk Framelits dies made a perfect ticket/tag shape with an easy way to slip this little baby over a hanger.  I used the retired Alphabet Typeset dies for the perfect size for my coat check tickets.

So there you have it!  I hope that as diners at The Granary check their outerwear with servers during the cold winter months, that they will see the charm and uniqueness of The Granary carried all the way through to the tiniest details, a little coat check ticket.  I am enormously proud of my sons and the restaurant they have created.  It's a memorable and favorite dining spot for visitors as well as locals here in San Antonio.  

Candy Rattray

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