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It doesn’t seem like my last All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack was two months ago, but it was! I must do a little housekeeping and post the rest of the cards, including this one: In January, this wreath seemed unseasonably cheerful! As it … Continue reading
Seeing March stamp-campers with these spring boxes has made me happy! It helped to view the Stampin’ Up! video on the Window Box Thinlits Dies, but I don’t think the assembly of this box is particularly difficult. I use Multipurpose Liquid … Continue reading
Simple, fast, pretty. My kind of Valentine! By starting with a Whisper White Note Card — pre-cut with matching envelope! — and this stunning doily from the 2017 Occasions Catalog (page 51), all that’s left is to find the appropriate scraps … Continue reading
I haven’t done “conventional” scrapbooking for some time — when My Digital Studio was discontinued I had a difficult time transitioning back to paper. And although I’ve put together entire books using Project Life products (and put them together quickly!), … Continue reading
At our December Heartfelt Inkspiration team meeting, Kathy Crow brought this card for us to make. Because I was busy with my own make-and-take, she graciously gave me the sample, and I asked if I could feature it in a … Continue reading
I admit that I really didn’t immediately “get” this sentiment from Suite Seasons. Then it dawned on me how appropriate “Merry Everything” and “Happy Always” are as greetings. We made this camp card (inspired by Janet Wakeland) in November. It’s … Continue reading
This card reminds me of something you would have found in an upscale department store in the 1960s, when women did their Christmas shopping in suit and hat, hose and heels. It feels so classic. The sentiment is from the … Continue reading