Monthly Archives: April 2010

Fifth Avenue Floral

I know I promised to show you the card for technique class, but I couldn't wait until tomorrow to show this one.  I got the idea from fellow demo Helen HengLiu.  She posted a bunch of these in different colors, … Continue reading

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Cherry Cobbler!

I did it!  I cut a piece of my cherry cobbler and, well – what do you think? This picture – at least on my screen – doesn't do the color justice at all.  This looks almost pinkish to me, … Continue reading

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Teacher Appreciation Week

One of our local schools is having a "teacher appreciation week" next week, and Janet asked if I could do a stamping demo for them on Tuesday.  This will be so fun!  And Janet is so sweet, she donated most … Continue reading

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I did it!

I finally cut into my new card stock.  Well, I cut one little piece of Marina Mist.  I was getting ready to make a card with Cherry Cobbler too, but my paper cutter had schmutz on it and messed up … Continue reading

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The First Cut is the Hardest

I got my samples of the new colors yesterday, and they're beautiful!!  The problem is the first cut is so hard to make. I know it's just paper, but it's a lot of pressure to have a design that is … Continue reading

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Card Folder – Inside!

I promised to give you a better look at the inside of one of the card folders.  Here's the second one I made.    You can see it has little pockets for the cards  (well, you might not be able … Continue reading

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Coolest Idea Ever!

This is my CASE of the card folder Sandy made.  I think it's the coolest idea ever for packaging cards to give away. It's a little book with pockets inside for cards.  And Sandy was sweet enough to send me … Continue reading

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