Monthly Archives: February 2010

Stampin’ Success CASE #2

Here's the second of my "CASEd" cards from this month's Stampin' Success magazine.  (See yesterday's post for explanations, if you missed it.) I changed the colors, stamp set and sentiment, but the rest…copied. Here's the supply list: Stamp Set:  Vintage … Continue reading

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21st Birthday

One of the benefits of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator is we get great ideas.  One of our resources is  Stampin' Success, our monthly magazine.  For the next few days, my samples will be inspired by the ideas in Stampin' … Continue reading

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A Very Special Thank You

Since this is going on my facebook page, I'm going to post the gorgeous card first, since that's the photo my FB (Facebook) friends and my stamping page fans will see. If you've been following my crazy life the past … Continue reading

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Lotus Flowers

I saw a cute project today by Brenda Ballesteros and had to try the idea.  It seems Stampin' Up! demonstrators are going crazy over paper and fabric flowers.  There are so many tutorials out there, we can keep the technique … Continue reading

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A Broken Stone…

…can still be inked!  Life has been wild around here the past two days.  I worked with Mike designing a flyer for a marketing project we're doing yesterday morning.  Once it's launched, I'll fill you in!  Anyway…I had promised to … Continue reading

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Important Soda Can Info!

Just a quick post before I head off to a workshop.  I love punching soda cans or using them in the Big Shot.  Punching the cans actually sharpens the punches*, and the cans are easy to "open up."  Here's what … Continue reading

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Sprite-ly Shamrocks

I'm having much too much fun with old soda cans.  When the boys were little, Mike would see all kinds of strange things around the house, (pans of dirt, moldy items in the fridge, stuff like that), and ask, "Is … Continue reading

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