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Author Archives: heartfeltinkspiration
Here are some of the milk cartons holding goodies for my club hostesses of the past six months. Inside? Well, it’s a secret, in case some of my hostesses haven’t yet seen their gift. All of the paper (except Whisper … Continue reading
On this day last year, I posted a contest: guess the amount of money in the jar and win Stampin’ Up! product. This time, however, the money goes toward my trip to Convention in Salt Lake City in just three … Continue reading
After our sobering visit to Carnton Plantation, we were caught in a serious storm. Luckily, it was almost time for lunch, and we waited out the rain with delicious food from Puckett’s in front of us. Wish I had taken … Continue reading
It’s no secret that I love Stampin’ Up!’s Almost Amethyst. Lucky for me I have a spare pack, because it is not available after June 30 — in fact, it is totally out of stock in 8.5″ x 11″. (Check … Continue reading
It took me awhile to jump on the milk-carton-as-birdhouse bandwagon. When I decided to use (mostly) retired colors, the idea of a folk art dwelling started to form. Some of my stampers this month thought this was very Mary Engelbreit, … Continue reading
Here’s another card from my Early Espresso monochromatic experiment. As I’ve said, it’s never worth making just one of something, so the other day I had created a half sheet of random hydrangeas. So pretty! This pink, Blushing Bride, is … Continue reading
When I got ready to mail this card to my friends last week, I was a little concerned how it would travel through the mail. More than once a recipient has told me that a brad or other embellishment was … Continue reading
This hydrangea image, part of a Level 1 hostess set from the new Stampin’ Up! 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog, is stunning. Are you intimidated by the idea of coloring this? This approach, above, is nothing more than several squares … Continue reading
I quickly (10 minutes) whipped up the second of the two-page spread for Carnton Plantation. You can see the first page here. Aligning objects is a snap in My Digital Studio — literally. Selecting the Snap to Grid option ensures … Continue reading