Monthly Archives: January 2010

Knowing What’s Important

We had the first Love Notes class yesterday.  AccuWeather said we'd get maybe a light dusting of snow, so, ignoring the ominous clouds in the West (or East, or South…they seemed to be everywhere), intrepid stampers from Virginia and West … Continue reading

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Peace Within

The weatherman kept saying the mid-Atlantic states were going to get hit with snow, but we were in the "light dusting up to 1 inch" area.  Well – the weatherman was wrong.  I think we're up to about 6" right … Continue reading

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Good Neighbors

This post has absolutely nothing to do with neighbors, but the stamp set used on the project is the Good Neighbors Sale-a-bration set. Mike gives gift cards to his real estate clients when they have a closing, so this is … Continue reading

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Things I Learned Today

I discovered several things today.  1 – It's dark at 4:45 a.m.  It's still dark at 6:30 a.m.2 – A sunrise is a lot like a sunset, except it's on the other side.  Just run a sunset backwards, and you … Continue reading

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Lavender Bananas

Doesn't that sound awful?  But it was a little more eye-catching than "Purple and Yellow."  The Stampin' Up! magazine this month had a feature on using purple and yellow since they're complementary colors.  I went a little more pastel and … Continue reading

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Flowers, Butterflies and Chocolate…

…Oh, my!  Here's another "bitty box" with a paper flower.  We'll be making this on Wednesday as part of the technique class.  We usually learn two techniques and make a card with one, but this time, we'll be making the … Continue reading

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It Worked!

We had some seriously heavy rain last night and this morning.  I mean, there were puddles on hills and water gushing down streets, and…ok, it's not as bad as in California, but if it had been snow instead of rain, … Continue reading

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