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This week’s item on my my thankful list is especially important to me as I travel to Salt Lake City for OnStage this week. I am thankful for Stampin’ Up!. I know it sounds a little dramatic. But 14 years ago … Continue reading
This isn’t very deep, and it isn’t unique. But I really enjoy seeing the seasons change. I think it makes me slow down a little. Now the cornstalks are bleached against the early darkening sky, the sound of the marching … Continue reading
Although I love the big sentiments in Carols of Christmas (you’ll see soon!), there’s something enchanting about the little deer image. So I decided to put him on a little, snowy panel on a card suitable for any winter occasion: … Continue reading
Today is the deadline to register for the September sessions of Jingle Jump. Don’t miss it! Registration for the 2017 Jingle Jump (September) is at the bottom of this page — keep reading! Please note that the projects for October’s … Continue reading
Beginning next week, watch for 13 consecutive Thursdays featuring a project that expresses my thankfulness for something or someone. Each week, ending on Thanksgiving, I’ll share a story and a project (including a tutorial when necessary). My goal is to … Continue reading
This is a camp card from July that is being put in the mail today. A friend from church is ministering to her mother during her final days, and I thought this card might make her smile and remember happy … Continue reading
There were issues with my blog yesterday and, just for fun, I checked through the comments that were in the spam folder. This one made me LOL: I am also writing to make you understand of the terrific encounter my … Continue reading
That’s where I was going with this July camp card, inspired by Linda Dalke. Rough wood, flowers, Americana, shiny copper — here it is: I love the floral motif against the Wood Textures label — in fact, that floral stamp (from Wood … Continue reading
This is another simple card from my Colonial House stamp camp. I love our Thursday afternoon together! We have a lot of laughs — maybe a serious moment or two — and stamp a couple of cards. There are sometimes … Continue reading
Kathleen Kelly thought so, and it’s hard to argue with her opinion. That big, beautiful daisy in Daisy Delight really steals the scene, doesn’t it? Add the stunning Designer Series Paper, and the smaller images in this set barely stand a … Continue reading