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Author Archives: Debra Burgin
Some of my hostesses are on the verge of receiving this set with their workshop orders. I’m crazy about it! Just check out this Stampin’ Up! corporate video — and remember that this free set is only available during September … Continue reading
When I was making up a bunch of thank-you cards last week, I tried out an old technique that was perfect for the autumn leaves I was creating: the Baby Wipe Technique. I learned this years ago, and in fact … Continue reading
Yesterday my husband and I celebrated our 31st wedding anniversary. That’s amazing to me. They said it would never last (including someone who sent me an anonymous, hateful letter), but no one counted on his forgiveness and grace and my … Continue reading
This is a classic Burgin Christmas card using the Hello Friend wreath embossed in silver. It was a favorite at the September Jingle Jump. Instead of poky embellishments, I punched out circles from Red Glimmer Paper. I used the retired … Continue reading
I love this wreath from Hello Friend — in fact, every image from this set. Here’s a camp card from August: I tried to give it a late-summer look with flowers in Crushed Curry and Lemon Lime Twist. This is … Continue reading
A funny thing happened to me when I went to pick up Peter from school yesterday. Coming out as I was going in was a young man wearing an athletic team shirt that said Burgin. Now in my older years … Continue reading
Registration for the 2017 Jingle Jump (October) is at the bottom of this page — keep reading! Please note that these projects are different from those made in September. Is this the year you’ll send out handmade holiday greetings? Then … Continue reading
I had such a good time at the Jingle Jump this weekend, and I think the stampers did, too! My goal is 10-minute cards, but I’m not sure I always succeed at that. This one qualifies, though — especially since … Continue reading