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Tag Archives: Envelope Punch Board
I know, that sounds sort of extreme, but I think there is something special about a beautiful, handmade card delivered in a beautiful envelope. The recipient (even the Post Office!) just knows there’s something wonderful inside! You know I encourage you to … Continue reading
I’ll admit that no one has actually asked me how I am able to get a narrow mat like the one on yesterday’s card perfectly straight, but I’ll tell you, anyway. I use a product Stampin’ Up! used to sell: … 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
I love the So Very Grateful set from the new 2014 Occasions Catalog. Of course I don’t know the name of the artist, but I love his/her style. (It seems to me this is very much like a Stampin’ Up! … Continue reading
Once I got started using Life in the Forest for last week’s Stampin’ Addicts blog hop, I had trouble stopping. This simple tag card is not overly sweet — I can think of a number of men in my family … Continue reading
Welcome to Stampin’ Addicts‘ latest blog hop, celebrating the new Occasions Catalog from Stampin’ Up! — live today! If you’re following along in the catalog (with your wish list in hand), the blogs are in the same order as the products. … Continue reading
This was the scene from our family room yesterday morning, about a half-hour after DH cleaned the walk and driveway. Too bad I couldn’t capture the size of the flakes that were falling so fast. It was (and still is) … Continue reading
I take no credit for this project, the last camp project of the year. I saw this on Julie’s blog and knew we had to reproduce it. The only change I made was to emboss the envelope — if Santa’s … 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 reading