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Author Archives: Debra Burgin
My stampin’ buddy Jennifer Taylor shared the Thailand adventure with me last week. We met six years ago at a Stampin’ Up! leadership meeting in Nashville and often see each other at regional events. Cyberly, there can be an awful … Continue reading
I am so looking forward to the first Splash of Inkspiration of 2017! Saturday, July 29, 2017 8:30 a.m. to noon St. John’s Lutheran Church in Creston, IL It’s all about the stamping at Splash of Inkspiration — you’ll make 8 … Continue reading
Ideas, yes, but they have nothing to do with stamping! One of my favorite bloggers, Ann Drake of On Sutton Place, published a post some time ago with ideas for decorating, cooking, and even skin care using lemons. My mouth … Continue reading
I never have gotten all my OnStage display projects posted here, so I thought this would be the perfect time to show you this one — in keeping with the citrus theme this week! So many products used on this … Continue reading
I love lemons — color, aroma, taste (sweetened, please), and just the way they look! So although the Lemon Zest bundle was not at the top of my wish list, it didn’t take long to move up. I used the … Continue reading
The featured set for the upcoming Splash of Inkspiration is the new Colorful Seasons. Are you registered for this event on Saturday, July 29? Read more about it here. There’s a lot going on in the Color Theory Suite, on … Continue reading
What am I — nuts? It’s been hot and humid in Illinois and I’m headed to similar weather in Thailand. So what’s with the sweater? The other evening my right-hand stamper, Elizabeth, and I were finalizing the designs for Splash … Continue reading
Here’s another stamp set I was only mildly interested in when I first saw it in the new Stampin’ Up! 2017-2018 Annual Catalog: Daisy Delight. But I quickly saw the potential for pockets plain and fancy and jumped in. Especially … Continue reading
Last week’s Hello Friend kit class was excellent. I love having time to talk and help each other. The cards were beautiful — I think much prettier than in the catalog. I make at least one of each card as … Continue reading