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2014 All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack
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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
We had a couple of cards at camp this month that were somewhat involved, so I needed two that could be finished relatively quickly. This was one of those cards. I actually ramped up the detail with some piercing in … 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
My husband is pretty uncomplicated, so this cards suits him. His eyes would glaze over if I told him — but you may be interested — that I adhered a piece of Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet to the 1¼” Burlap Ribbon … Continue reading
While I had the hot glue out the other day, I made this gift card holder for one of my stampers. Really, it was an excuse to make more of these flowers using the Spiral Flower Die (see it on … Continue reading
A card by Wendy Weixler made my heart sing, so I had to CASE it for my second card for tomorrow’s Pay-It-Forward House benefit. Her blue and natural color scheme really appealed to me, especially because the other card is … Continue reading
I couldn’t keep myself from making a Valentine with Flowerfull Heart, but I’ll admit it does look like other Valentines we’ve made in camp. Something classic about this layout, I guess. The embossing powder is my custom “White Diamonds” mix, … Continue reading
Yesterday was a busy day in my stamping world, what with Sale-A-Bration starting and one update after another from Stampin’ Up! (Some don’t apply to you, don’t worry!) I was in the studio most of the day, which was finally … Continue reading