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As you can see, I credit the fab Amy O’Neill with the inspiration for this camp card. The colors are much more appealing IRL, please trust me! This is So Saffron, not a sickly rendition of lemon chiffon. (Love the … Continue reading
No doubt you have seen this “fancy fold” all over by now, but this April camp card was my first attempt. I followed the directions of Dawn Olchefske, scoring the 6″ x 2″ piece of DSP at 3¼”, 3¾”, 4¾, and … Continue reading
Oh, how fun these bears are! You must think so, too, because they’ll appear in the Stampin’ Up! 2016-2017 Annual Catalog. I was relieved (again) that they were not retiring, as the poor darlings had barely seen ink. I remedied … Continue reading
The card I showed yesterday used complementary colors of orange and blue, and this one (from Inkspiration Saturday in March) uses a similar color scheme. When I saw this card by Becky Roberts, I was intrigued by the inlaid die cut. … Continue reading
I know exactly who will get this card! I missed Peter’s time with us this week because of a medical thing going on with me. All is well (I think), and I am happily experiencing everything that OnStage has to offer … Continue reading
Lots of cutting going on in the studio these days. I’m getting ready for the All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack here this weekend, followed by April stamp camps. Squeeze in a few doctor visits, a trip to Salt Lake City, and some prep for … Continue reading
What a weekend! If I just reported on the weather swings, that would be enough (today the high temp is supposed to be 35 degrees colder than yesterday!), but our activities were also varied and took us back and forth into neighboring … Continue reading
I love teaching the Wonderful Watercolor class — my only problem is that it’s too short. Stampers, let me know when you’re ready for an all-day class! It’s not really about the cards tonight, and in fact you won’t be … Continue reading