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Category Archives: Valentine
During my January clean-up of the studio, I found a template for the iris fold technique. I actually had the template saved on my computer and modified it to fit one of the Layering Squares dies. Here’s what I came … Continue reading
When I heard Stampin’ Up!’s list of most popular bundles in the 2017 Occasions Catalog, I was surprised Lift Me Up wasn’t one of them. (Or did I miss it?) When we got to play with this in November, I … Continue reading
I’m not really sure this will be sent as a Valentine; I have a birthday girl in mind for this sweet card. I finally got to use the beautiful (and FREE) Delicate Details set. Exactly the touch I wanted. Those … Continue reading
Simple, fast, pretty. My kind of Valentine! By starting with a Whisper White Note Card — pre-cut with matching envelope! — and this stunning doily from the 2017 Occasions Catalog (page 51), all that’s left is to find the appropriate scraps … Continue reading
I was shocked to see that it’s been over four months since I’ve participated in a Stamp Review Crew blog hop! I needed to put this activity to the side last fall to concentrate on other business efforts. Well, it’s … Continue reading
I’m not #1 in very many things, but I am today — unless you’re arriving from addINKtive designs! It’s another edition of the Stamp Review Crew’s twice-monthly blog hop, this time highlighting I Think You’re Great on page 130 of … Continue reading
I wonder what took me so long to embrace the White + Crumb Cake + Blushing Bride combo? And now I can hardly put it down. This is a card from a workshop last week that I ramped up a bit. … Continue reading
You may have already guessed that this was the finished product that used the stamping keys from Monday’s post. So far that little aid has helped quite a bit, and the results in stamp camp have been so beautiful. Someone asked me … Continue reading