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Category Archives: 2012 Sale-A-Bration
When I saw Dawn Olchefske demonstrate the Herringbone paper piecing technique at Leadership in January, I knew had to share it with my campers in March. Because this technique is all the rage now, you can easily find tutorials (probably … Continue reading
I am getting very nervous about the fact that Sale-A-Bration ends this week. That’s right, Saturday is the last day! I’ve already run out of some of the wonderful brads, which is why this card looks like this one except … Continue reading
I can’t believe it was almost seven years ago when we made this card in camp: This layout, sometimes called a pinwheel, is making a comeback. (Many things do, which is why I still have the dress I wore to … Continue reading
Even though my stamp camps this month center around fabric/quilting ideas, this isn’t one of the projects; it was the Super Saturday favor of a few weeks ago. I first made one of these fabric pins at Stampin’ Up! Leadership … Continue reading
One of the benefits of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator is access to new products earlier than the general public. Such is the case with the Petite Purse XL die. When I saw it, I could hardly wait until the … Continue reading
I loved Stampin’ Up!’s Baker’s Twine when it premiered last summer, and I was thrilled to find it offered in 2011-2013 In-Colors in the Occasions Mini Catalog. And what a bargain! But if the colors offered aren’t what you need, … Continue reading
Yesterday — really early for me! — I posted the gallery of projects from last weekend’s Super Saturday. You can find the gallery HERE. But this project I want to share here: our collage frame. Tina and I collaborated on … Continue reading
Or, what I’ve been doing this week! Sunday was clean-up day after church and breakfast out, and I did the laundry, a quick kitchen tidy and most of the cleaning and putting away of all the Super Saturday supplies. I … Continue reading
My stamp camp theme this month is Fabric Fusion. We who craft with paper share much of our hobby with quilters and other sewers. I thought it would be fun to create projects showing that. Wouldn’t a fabric flower be … Continue reading