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Tag Archives: Big Shot
Thanks to inspiration by fellow Stamp Review Crew stamper Deb Currier, I was able to put this card together in a flash and get it in the mail to my friend Jennifer. Those of you who follow Heartfelt Inkspiration on … Continue reading
Is this a pop-up window? An origami window? A folded window? I don’t know. And where I saw it, well, I don’t know that, either. What I do know is that this is incredibly simple to create and so impressive. … Continue reading
I’ll admit that I arrived home from Salt Lake City feeling as though I had been in a salad spinner for five days! But I happily returned to my normal routine, hanging laundry on the line, cleaning bathrooms, and loving … Continue reading
Truly, I don’t know if this is a dinosaur or a monster, but it’s friendly — and stinkin’ cute! When I was designing my swap card that you saw yesterday, I started with this image. Cutting it out, with both … Continue reading
It’s safe for me to show this card, as my fellow Convention swappers have theirs in hand now! Little Buddy Birthday was a set that immediately caught my attention during my first run-through of the new Stampin’ Up! catalog. Adorable! … Continue reading
I’ve been making a lot of layered tags lately, such that a visitor to the studio last week thought that was the theme of stamp camp this month! (And wait, there’s more — you’ll see another one next week.) This … Continue reading
This July camp card gave me fits! I knew I had to use the Kiss & Twist technique on the flowers, but I couldn’t perfect my technique. So I called it a night, and the next morning, bingo, I got … Continue reading
Stampin’ Up! usually doesn’t let us know of a monthly special before the first of the month — so this announcement is particularly rare! I’m especially happy to let you know about this now so you can plan ahead. If … Continue reading
Even after all these years — since the bicentennial of 1976 and the resurgence of arts and crafts around that time — I am still drawn to countrified Americana. I’ve moved beyond tea-stained muslin angels, stuffed bears, and baskets (mostly!), … Continue reading