Monthly Archives: February 2011

Charming Daisies

It was so sunny and pretty today when I woke up, but now…it's getting a little stormy out there.  The forecast is for thunderstorms.  What crazy weather we're having!  My friend Darrah in California has had so much snow this … Continue reading

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Silhouette in Chocolate Chip

Here's the second greeting card we made at Sandy's class Friday.  The Easter Blossoms set is one of my favorites, so I loved making this! It's a gatefold card, so it opens in the center instead of at the side … Continue reading

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Sew Cute!

When I was younger, I sewed a lot.  My mom and grandmother painstakingly taught me all the basics about threading a machine, seam allowances, pinking and trimming, ruffles and gathers, zippers (which I never mastered) and button holes (again…not so … Continue reading

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Shimmer Blocks

This will be a quickie today.  I'm heading off to a class with Sandy!  I'm so excited to be a "participant" in a class! I saw a question the other day about a technique, so I googled it.  The only … Continue reading

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Spring Fling!

Join our fabulous stamping team for a fun day of creating with paper, ink and rubber stamps!  You’ll create 8 adorable projects (4 cards, 4 “other” projects) for only $30.00. When:  March 19, 10 a.m.Where:  1437 Front Royal Rd., WinchesterHow … Continue reading

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Girls, Sports and a Sparkly Bird

I live with men.  And a male dog.  So some of the things I love about stamping are glitter and ribbon and happy "girlie" colors.  Because we have conversations like this one. I was watching the news this morning and … Continue reading

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Music and Icy Roads

Last night was our Oratorio Society rehearsal, and the accompanist asked if I could fill in for her.  No problem!  (Well, a little problem…I was basically sightreading, since I've spent more time learning the soprano part than practicing the accompaniments!)  … Continue reading

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