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Category Archives: Punches
This is probably my final fling with Blackberry Bliss. I’ve loved every minute of our relationship! And this is the perfect card for that color — so happy I discovered it on Lyssa Zwolanek’s site! It’s a simple card with a … Continue reading
If this doesn’t make you smile, well, I don’t know! I’ve seen this cutie-pie reindeer all over the internet, but here’s my version. I changed the ears a bit, since I thought they needed to be bigger — the only … Continue reading
I have more than a bit of joy this week! For days I have been prepping card packs for both the Jingle Jump (tonight and Saturday) and this month’s camps. That’s over 400 packs (so far), and I thank my … Continue reading
It’s been fun — but really hectic — getting ready for four stamping events in five days. This was one of the cards at the All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack. I love these because the everyone’s relaxed, including me! No pressure at these … Continue reading
A project by Mary Brown inspired this card for my August camps. It’s so simple and — if you’re not anal about the flag spacing and alignment — pretty fast, too. (Notice the precision spacing and alignment on my sample … Continue reading
Kinda Eclectic was one of the stamp sets we got as part of our convention registration. It wasn’t on my wish list because it just felt like the images were too .. OK, eclectic. I couldn’t see how they … Continue reading
This July camp card gave me fits! I knew I had to use the Kiss & Twist technique on the flowers, but I couldn’t perfect my technique. So I called it a night, and the next morning, bingo, I got … Continue reading
Yesterday morning we went to the park — in sweatshirts! This week Peter is confident to climb the rock wall by himself (and so quickly!) so my job as spotter has mostly ended. After lunch and some quiet time for … Continue reading
Talk about a quick card! This really is a 10-minute card — in fact, I’m designing another version for this spring’s All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack. The sentiment here uses that clever mat made by punching both ends of a 2″ x 3¼” … Continue reading