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Tag Archives: Vintage Leaves
Here’s the second card using the pink daisy I showed yesterday, this one for OnStage in Milwaukee. As if I didn’t love Berry Burst enough, in my project box was some stunning 3/8″ Mini Ruffled Ribbon. So, so pretty! There’s … Continue reading
Cook once, eat twice. That’s the way I work it, especially since we eat at home most of the time. I’m sometimes in that same mindset when designing cards: I think I said already that I tried to use my favorite … Continue reading
This isn’t very deep, and it isn’t unique. But I really enjoy seeing the seasons change. I think it makes me slow down a little. Now the cornstalks are bleached against the early darkening sky, the sound of the marching … Continue reading
October is a big birthday month for the Burgins, including two of the young-adult grandsons. Since I was on a roll with the faux water coloring technique, I quickly made up two of these. Notice the unusual absence of ribbon, … Continue reading
So, I couldn’t stay away. Since I had thank-you cards to create and send, I used that as a reason to further experiment with the technique I showed in yesterday’s card. But here’s what I did differently: I stamped all … Continue reading
When Theresa Paulson, one of my stampin’ buddies, said she wanted to make the Vintage Leaves wreath pictured on page 88 of the Stampin’ Up! 2015-2016 Annual Catalog, I was thrilled. I offered to give her the set and matching … Continue reading
Yesterday we celebrated our 29th wedding anniversary — and by “celebrated,” I mean we did pretty much the same thing we do every Sunday, and that’s fine. However, Saturday evening we had our monthly supper together with DH’s family, and … Continue reading
Welcome to the Stamp Review Crew’s latest blog hop, this time featuring the fabulous Vintage Leaves set from the Stampin’ Up! 2015-2016 Annual Catalog. Are you arriving from Holly’s Rubber Redneck blog? What a treat! Why wouldn’t any stamper “fall” … Continue reading