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Category Archives: Autumn/fall
When I first start experimenting with Stampin’ Blends on a stamped image, I pull the markers I think I’ll use (at least those that aren’t packed for camp!) and create a palette, like this: As you can guess, this was specifically … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I mentioned the “sleeper set” from the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalog. I think Wishing You Well (page 35) is another set that’s easy to overlook and dismiss. But this simple card from September camp … Continue reading
Here’s the camp version of yesterday’s card. Not only is this a more autumnal color scheme, we added the embossed gold leaf. There are two dies that create that embossed leaf. One is the outline die (it would cut out … Continue reading
If there’s a sleeper set in the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalog, I think might be Many Blessings, on page 46. This multi-season set is perfect for coloring — but don’t overlook the little stamps that coordinate with the bigger … Continue reading
In spare moments here and there, I’ve been playing with the new Stampin’ Blends. I’m actually taking them with to Salt Lake City tomorrow so that we can experiment with them in our group and learn from each other. I … Continue reading
I’m not sure where I heard this, but I believe that the Quilted Christmas Suite, on pages 4-5 of the Stampin’ Up! 2017 Holiday Catalog, features the most popular bundle from this seasonal catalog. Next week when I’m in Salt Lake … Continue reading
Wow! It’s been over six months since I’ve participated in a Stamp Review Crew blog hop — and I am so happy to be here! And happy that you are visiting Heartfelt Inkspiration, too! The composition of the Crew has … Continue reading
Did you know that October is Clergy Appreciation Month? I’ve sent a card to the minister of our church, but this month it’s also worth acknowledging those people who help keep all kinds of religious and service organizations running. I’m … Continue reading
Life, too! We have finally had some significant rainfall here to green up the grass and freshen up the flower gardens. Now it’s time to get the rakes out and start that process. Luckily we have a little boy here … Continue reading