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Lawn Fawn – Fintastic Friends

Lawn Fawn – Fintastic Friends

I made this card almost a year ago for a guest designer spot for an online store that went offline before I had a chance to post it to my blog. So I kept thinking I would post it and just sat on it until […]

Acorny Thank You – Stampin Up

Acorny Thank You – Stampin Up

I've been super creative lately, and now I have so many cards that I could blog every day. So why don't I? I dunno, I just get busy creating and kind of forget about blogging because the ideas are flowing and I want to get […]

Stampin Up – Lotus Blossom

Stampin Up – Lotus Blossom

I finally had a chance to play with this set, and I did what I so often do when confronted by a flower that has a particular name (not just amorphous blob flowers). I looked it up to see what colors it usually comes in. […]

Stampin’ Up! Happy Watercolor card

Stampin’ Up! Happy Watercolor card

It seems incongruous in the midst of piles of snow and the slow inexorable progress of the insanity of the holiday season to be playing with stamps that represent spring and summer holidays, but such is the life of a demonstrator. I got my new […]

Stampin’ Up! Too Kind

Stampin’ Up! Too Kind

I've got another card I did for a Splitcoast Challenge. This one was for the Limited Supplies Challenge hosted by my BFF, Wendy Weixler, called Four Square. "Today's challenge is an easy one!! Put four squares of similar size on your creation … they can […]

Happy World Cardmaking Day!  – Truly Grateful

Happy World Cardmaking Day! – Truly Grateful

I have spent the past few days NOT stamping but instead just trying to keep up with the new production goals I set for myself this month.  Like it or not, more money is going out around here lately than is coming in, so the […]

Creating Layers for Stampin’ Up!’s Circle & Label Flip Cards

Creating Layers for Stampin’ Up!’s Circle & Label Flip Cards

When I posted the two cards on my last Freak Tour post, I got several comments/emails regarding how I managed to do the layers. Originally, the way I did them was kind of convoluted, and I knew that I would have to post a video […]


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