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Category Archives: Birthday
Here’s another card from last weekend’s All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack, inspired by Dawn Olchefske: That narrow strip of Party Animal Designer Series Paper is the perfect touch, and of course it couldn’t be easier to cut it: no guesswork with the Stampin’ Trimmer! … Continue reading
The title of this post brings to mind an image other than the one you see below, I’m sure! But as you’ve seen in the Stampin’ Up! 2017 Occasions Catalog, that’s the name of of the Thinlits Dies on page … Continue reading
My step-daughter’s birthday is this weekend, and I digressed from my usual purple theme to create this copper dahlia. It worked out just as I had hoped! The pinkish copper embossing is really stunning against the Soft Suede card base. … Continue reading
As you can see, this card was designed by my stampin’ partner, Elizabeth Hamilton. I enjoy collaborating with her — this was for the Splash of Inkspiration event a couple of weeks ago. I have always loved making wreaths, at … Continue reading
Although I’m not part of today’s Stamp Review Crew blog hop for Botanical Blooms, I thought I’d share this card anyway. It was part of the lineup for March’s Inkspiration Saturday. Dru Walt is an amazing stamper, and I’m grateful … Continue reading
I’m so happy to be showing an April camp card that has very little retiring on it! I adore these photopolymer balloon images and am looking forward to pairing them with sets from the new catalog. Several stampers have commented about how … Continue reading
Every two months, Stampin’ Up! demonstrators are treated to an exclusive magazine via the mail. (Yes, printed on paper!) It’s full of recognition, business ideas, techniques, SU! news, and samples. A recent article challenged us to a catalog CASE (“copy … Continue reading