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Tag Archives: Framelits
As you can see, I credit the fab Amy O’Neill with the inspiration for this camp card. The colors are much more appealing IRL, please trust me! This is So Saffron, not a sickly rendition of lemon chiffon. (Love the … Continue reading
No doubt you have seen this “fancy fold” all over by now, but this April camp card was my first attempt. I followed the directions of Dawn Olchefske, scoring the 6″ x 2″ piece of DSP at 3¼”, 3¾”, 4¾, and … Continue reading
Oh, how fun these bears are! You must think so, too, because they’ll appear in the Stampin’ Up! 2016-2017 Annual Catalog. I was relieved (again) that they were not retiring, as the poor darlings had barely seen ink. I remedied … Continue reading
This card, from Inkspiration Saturday of a few weeks ago, has a secret. Its construction is similar to the Bloomin’ Pink Heart, but the colors … what is that background paper? The answer is that it’s custom made, and limited only … Continue reading
This card was created for two purposes: a swap in January and Inkspiration Saturday a few weeks ago. It’s an easy card, even with the paper piecing — this is not too fussy! So in love with this layout was I … Continue reading
Checks? Plaid? Whichever, this banner was a scrap from one of my Mad for Plaid test runs. This dancing chick loves it, too. This isn’t really an Easter card; the sentiment inside is you’re eggstraordinary from Greatest Greetings. That’s such a … Continue reading
Here’s my new obsession: creating custom plaids with the Brushstrokes background stamp. Of course I didn’t invent this (did anyone, really?), but I just can’t stop! Ink and stamp in one color, ink in another color and stamp with a … Continue reading
Thankfully, Watermelon Wonder is not one of the retiring In Colors (at least, not retiring this year), and I’m happy about that. I love to use it with a bit of black, and even though it may not appear so, … Continue reading