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Category Archives: Valentine
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
It is my tradition to make a red, white, and black Valentine’s Day card — although I can’t say I always do it intentionally. It was easy this year using the Stacked with Love Designer Series Paper Stack from the … Continue reading
You saw this card in the Stamp Review Crew’s Valentine Free for All blog hop; now for some details. I punched each of those hearts –15 of them! — with the Owl Builder Punch. I like those hearts because they … Continue reading
Right. Around. The corner. Are you ready? We can help! The Stamp Review Crew inserted this “exceptional” blog hop in the middle of our scheduled lineup — exceptional because we normally focus on a single set for the hop. This … Continue reading
This card has been a big hit a camp so far this month. The sparkle is amazing, achieved with Heat & Stick Powder and Gold Glitter. The instructions on the Heat & Stick Powder are simple to understand; here’s what … Continue reading
I’ve never made a card using the Split Negative technique, even though it’s been around forever. (You can find tutorials on popular stamping sites.) My stampin’ buddy Tina and I were talking about it last week, so I felt the … Continue reading