Tag Archives: Framelits

Oh snap!

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

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Way to go!

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

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No matter what

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

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Little Buddy Birthday

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

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Hip Hip Hooray!

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

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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

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Hooray for the red, white and blue!

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

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Double-time stamping: A variation

Many of us have had fun with the double- and triple-time stamping technique (you can see one example here), where you layer graduated sizes of card stock and stamp all of them at once.  It’s an excellent technique, and you … Continue reading

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Happy big day!

I’m still hooked on the ombré look.  It was achieved here with three stampings of the chevron image in Work of Art.  This was the set that was given out free to attendees at the Stampin’ Up! new catalog party … Continue reading

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Flower Patch

I had such fun stamping with the new Flower Patch set when I designed the hostess appreciation project, I couldn’t stop.  This was the result (so far).  We added some marker to the sentiment to give it more emphasis. Stamps:  … Continue reading

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