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This card didn’t make the Stamp Review Crew: Festive Flurries Edition blog hop earlier this week. Actually, I had it made long before I decided to participate. I thought we might use it for a camp project, but it just … Continue readingPin It
Welcome to the first-ever blog hop by the Stamp Review Crew! This week we’re focusing on Festive Flurry from the Stampin’ Up! 2013 Holiday Catalog (see page 30). Of course, when I first saw it, I said to myself, Sweetie, … Continue reading
“Sponged Plaid” was our technique for November stamp camps. Using Grid Paper to mask and a Dauber to sponge the lines, it’s simple. Sure it would have been faster to use patterned paper, but then you’re limited to a particular … Continue readingPin It
Yesterday was Peter’s birthday party — 3 years old! Does this look like a happy boy or what? I cropped out his parents (so sorry!), but it’s a funny picture of all of them because I made them say “Babushka!” … Continue reading
Marina Mist is my favorite blue, but I can never get a true color when I photograph it. Messing with the settings doesn’t help — probably because I don’t know what I’m doing! This card is really not this pale … Continue readingPin It
I don’t mind saying that I copy other people’s work — it’s what we do. I Copy and Share Everything, and notice that CASEing goes both ways. But I don’t think the concept of this card came from anyone else. … Continue readingPin It
A Leadership swap card from Dianne Gill inspired this TY card for our friend at Brookfield Zoo who gave us such a great experience. I had to put a zoo animal on the front didn’t I? Zoo Babies Clear-mount Stamp … Continue readingPin It
For this quick card, I decided to re-use my sketch from Friday’s card. I finally broke out the Silver Foil Sheets (from the Holiday Catalog) to see with my own eyes how fabulously they emboss. There’s the slightest texture to … Continue readingPin It
This card style is so “me,” and other stampers this month have identified with it as well. I told someone at camp the story behind the design — not the layout (it’s been around), but the color scheme. Seven years … Continue readingPin It