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A pot of sunflowers

If there’s a sleeper set in the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalog, I think might be Many Blessings, on page 46.  This multi-season set is perfect for coloring — but don’t overlook the little stamps that coordinate with the bigger … Continue reading

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Pressure embossing with the Tin Tile folder

Towards the top of my wish list for the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalog was the Tin Tile embossing folder.  This folder is designed to create extra-defined texture, and you know that because of the word “Dynamic” in its name. … Continue reading

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Celebrate plaid

You’re expecting something in a buffalo check, right?  No.  Today I’m sneaking into the holidays with this Jingle Jump card from earlier this month: I love this little set, Nothing Sweeter, on page 25 of the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday … Continue reading

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All that beautiful paper!

In preparation of this weekend’s Jingle Jump sessions, I’ve been cutting hundreds of pieces of Designer Series Paper from the new Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalog.  It’s so beautiful, and if you ever doubted the value of Stampin’ Up!’s coordinated … Continue reading

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Let the holiday prep begin!

It doesn’t bother me that craft stores, both online and brick-and-mortar, start putting out supplies for the holidays early.  Like now.  Crafters need time to create, and it’s important to have materials available.  It does bother me to see holiday decorations … Continue reading

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Tin is “in”!

But I must admit that I’m not really a fan of galvanized tin.  The real stuff, that is.  I don’t like to touch it.  I like the looks of it on a birdhouse roof or as a garden sign, but … Continue reading

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Stamp Review Crew: Waterfront

Welcome to the first Stamp Review Crew blog hop of September!  Gulp.  I know.  This time we are playing with Waterfront, first appearing in the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Occasions Catalog, and now carried over into the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog — … Continue reading

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Blended Merry Christmas

This is my Christmas edition of Blended Seasons, another August camp project.  The “fancy fold” is one I’ve done many times, and it always works.  This card base is 8½” x 4¼”, scored on the long side at 5½”.  The large … Continue reading

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Blended autumn leaves

Last night’s stamp camp was a first:  because of severe weather that came upon us suddenly while we were stamping, there was talk about staying overnight here!  I offered homemade waffles and sausage in the morning, but I know the … Continue reading

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Vellum Overlay card

Kelly Acheson designed this card that features a unique approach to vellum and heat embossing.  I love it, especially because I am able to use the Stamparatus to ensure perfect alignment.  Here’s what the card looks like when closed: The … Continue reading

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