Designer and crafter, Ann Butler will continue her discussion on how to use inks and stamps to create backgrounds for lots of different projects, including cards, scrapbooks, fabric designs, and much more. Butler's company is Ann Butler Designs. She'll show her line of stamps and colorful inks and how they work on different types of paper. Carol Vander Stoep is a dental hygienist, author and myofunctional therapist. She's going to talk about the mouth's central role in health. She says that cavities and gum disease are just symptoms of unbalanced ecosystems in our bodies. Her book is titled "Mouth Matters." Designer and digitizer, Laura Waterfield, owner of Laura's Sewing Studio, says that fringe flowers add additional dimension to embroidery designs. She'll demonstrate several types of fringe flowers that can be made with an embroidery machine.