Monthly Archives: November 2008

It sure feels like Christmas to me.  We don't have snow, but, BRRRRRR!  I'm going through hot chocolate like crazy!  My favorite is really not hot chocolate; it's a Swiss Miss Mocha Cappuccino.  Yum!  I'm so excited about being able … Continue reading

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Stamping in a hurry!

This has been a very musical weekend.  Our Oratorio Society concerts were last night and this evening.  I found out Friday that a friend of ours was having a concert at his church to raise some funds for the choir … Continue reading

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Christmas Stamp-a-ganza!

Come stamp with me!!  We'll have lots of opportunities during the month of December to make packages, tags, mini books and albums, calendars, gifts and more!  I'm really excited about the class on the 6th of December.  All you have … Continue reading

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Cinderella Story

I just read a "Cinderella" story.  It was very sweet, and reminded me of the movie "Ever After."  So, of course, I was inspired to use Humor in High Heels today when I finally got back to my stamp room.  … Continue reading

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New Rubbah!!

But first – some promo info….. The Country Living Holiday Collection Stampin' Kit has so many wonderful things in it – stamps, ink, adhesive, chipboard, designer paper (die cut to match the chip board), ribbon, brads, glitter.  You can decorate … Continue reading

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Here’s a Quickie

Just one quickie for today.  The idea behind this was shown at the Virginia Beach regional this past weekend.  I didn't make it to the beach- but I saw a picture.  The project at VA Beach was on a "treat" … Continue reading

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What I Learned Today

Demonstrators much wiser than I am have said that they have two brayers – one for black and one for other colors.  I thought this was because once you use it with black ink, the rubber is ugly.  Nope.  I … Continue reading

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