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Category Archives: Projects
One of the benefits of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator is receiving Stampin’ Success, the SU! magazine, every other month. The cover of May’s issue was so appealing, I had to use the concept for this invitation to my annual … Continue reading
Demo Jen Timko used this type of leaves on a recent card and I just had to CASE them. Sure, I knew the Flower Fair Framelits had leaves, but why didn’t it occur to me to use them without stamping … Continue reading
This is the last card offered at my All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack last month. It’s CASEd from demo Debra Currier, one of my favorite stampers. Gotta love her name, too! Now the funny thing about this card is that it arrived in … Continue reading
I am welcoming fall with open arms, although I’ve been enjoying fall-ish weather for weeks, it seems. There’s just a little snap in the air — the kind of weather that causes you to wear a sweater in the morning, … Continue reading
The September camp technique is paper piecing. It’s simple and enjoyable, if you like fussy cutting! Here the image was stamped on a Whisper White panel, then again (after re-inking) on the Moonlight DSP. Each vase was cut out of … Continue reading
If you look at the case for the stamp set Bravo, you’d never realize how big the stamps are. In small print it says that the images on the case are shown at 65% — open the case and see … Continue reading
I always mean to post the recipes for blog hops later in the week, but I’m not very good about following through! There’s so much to look at during a hop, I don’t want to keep you too long. So … Continue reading
Please indulge me when I say again how fun my first Bloomin’ Blendabilities class was last month. The group was so lively and buzzing with creativity and ideas that I could hardly get to sleep later. This is one of … Continue reading
Have you been seeing any projects made with the Gift Box Punch Board? (You can find it on page 5 of the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog or here.) We were able to learn how to use it and make a … Continue reading