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Category Archives: Big Shot
I’m pretty sure the people who package Thinlits and Framelits are the same ones who fold and package fitted bed sheets. Are you with me? I finally had enough of figuring out how to put my dies back in the … Continue reading
… but before the wreaths and tree and lights, I wanted to share the banner on our living room mantel. My little sweet potato helped me a little with the Big Shot work on this, but lost interest before long. … Continue reading
I told you a few weeks ago about this August promotion from Stampin’ Up!, and it’s finally here! If you don’t have a Big Shot yet, this deal is for you! If you have one already, this deal is for … Continue reading
I’ll admit that I arrived home from Salt Lake City feeling as though I had been in a salad spinner for five days! But I happily returned to my normal routine, hanging laundry on the line, cleaning bathrooms, and loving … Continue reading
Stampin’ Up! usually doesn’t let us know of a monthly special before the first of the month — so this announcement is particularly rare! I’m especially happy to let you know about this now so you can plan ahead. If … Continue reading
While I had the hot glue out the other day, I made this gift card holder for one of my stampers. Really, it was an excuse to make more of these flowers using the Spiral Flower Die (see it on … Continue reading
This is a 5-minute card, seriously! The hardest part is choosing your patterned paper. See that glimmer heart? It’s popped up on the inside of the card. Many thanks to Melissa Davies for the inspiration! Paper: Basic Gray, Modern Medley … Continue reading
Because I needed a birthday card today, I decided to use the current Freshly Made Sketches challenge. (Click the sketch to get to this week’s post or the widget to the right to get to their site.) It was my … Continue reading