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Category Archives: Easter
Easter brunch is at our house Sunday around noon. The Burgin family always eats “dinner” early (a throwback to the days on the farm). We celebrate Resurrection Day in worship in the morning, then rush home to get things in the … Continue reading
All this week I am featuring projects using Sale-A-Bration items. I can’t believe it will be over at the end of Saturday, March 31! If you need a review of benefits you can earn during this extraordinary opportunity, see my … Continue reading
Time to make plans for next week’s Easter brunch at our house. Brunch is easy for me, and I don’t vary the menu from year to year. We hope for good weather so some of the group can be on the … Continue reading
I love Blushing Bride with many other Stampin’ Up! colors, but especially with Flirty Flamingo. We’re using it on this card in camp this month with Avant Garden, the beautiful (and free) Sale-A-Bration set: To make the layout easier to … Continue reading
Yes, I know it’s not really an egg, only an oval, but I think it will pass. As soon as I saw the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits used in a circle window, I knew we would create an egg card in camp … Continue reading
One of the stampers last weekend surprised me with this little guy — how cute is he? The base of this is an old, old paper project — the triangle box. OK, it’s not really a triangle (not a pyramid, … Continue reading
After a busy prep week getting ready for the All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack last weekend, yesterday was quiet and lazy to the extreme! After worship, we had a (second) breakfast with a friend, then came home and napped in front of the … Continue reading
I wonder if this card layout was once a sketch challenge somewhere online — I’ve seen many cards with this keyhole-type feature. It’s equally interesting when the hole is punched at the side (on a portrait orientation) instead of the … Continue reading