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Category Archives: Christmas
Now we are officially in the Christmas season, having observed the first Sunday in Advent a few days ago. Many of my stampers share my love of the Night in Bethlehem bundle, page 26 of the Stampin’ Up! 2017 Holiday … Continue reading
After one of the most unusual autumns I’ve experienced, somehow I wasn’t prepared to see snow over the weekend! And not just that is-it-rain-or-is-it-something-else wimpy stuff, but Giant Flakes. It was fun to see, and more fun because it almost immediately … Continue reading
Did you know I was a music major in college? Specifically, I was working towards a degree in Choral Music Education. Well, that never happened, for a variety of reasons. But I never lost my love of music. From my first … Continue reading
Suddenly it seems like I have a lot of Christmas cards to share! This one, inspired by Sharon Burkert, was a camp card from August. I remember thinking it was way too early to share it — and now we’re on the … Continue reading
We are finally experiencing some late fall weather here, with high temps only in the mid-40s for the next week. Truthfully, we had the fireplace(s) going a few evenings ago; I love having the warmth in the studio when I … Continue reading
We’ve had Jingle Jumps in September and October to get you ready to send handmade cards for the holidays — did you miss out on these stamp-a-stack events? Here’s one more chance to make fast, easy, fabulous cards. The Watercolor … Continue reading
Before the 2017 Holiday Catalog went live on September 1, Stampin’ Up! offered its customers the opportunity to purchase one of the HC sets and coordinating Thinlits dies. I think Carols of Christmas and the Card Front Builder dies continue … Continue reading
This is a classic Burgin Christmas card using the Hello Friend wreath embossed in silver. It was a favorite at the September Jingle Jump. Instead of poky embellishments, I punched out circles from Red Glimmer Paper. I used the retired … Continue reading