Bouquet Bunch in Purple Posy

Hello Stampers ~ I have a sweet, simple Bouquet Bunch in Purple Posy idea for you today. You may not know that I am a huge NASCAR fan!  I love watching the race while I create cards.  With the quarantine and limit on the number of people who can gather they have not had races for the past 2 weeks.  I am really missing them.  I still craft but now I am watching Hallmark movies. …

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Collage Stamped Hello

Good Morning Everyone ~ a new to me technique was used for the Collage Stamped Hello card. I worked on the cards I needed for a task I have, the card for my Facebook Live on Thursday, and an idea I saw online I wanted to try.  I did not have a time limit so I enjoyed playing and taking my time.  I still have some more ideas I want to try so I may…

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First Frost Vintage Friend

Hello Everyone ~ I tried my hand at a vintage card with my First Frost Vintage Friend creation. I got home from the hospital late last night.  I am up early today to go there again.  This will be short and sweet. I tried a vintage card for today’s share.  I began by taking a 3 3/4″ x 5″ piece of Very Vanilla card stock and Crumb Cake ink and stamped the script from Very…

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Umbrella Weather Friends

Hello Everyone ~ I have a fun Umbrella Weather Friends creation for you today. Did you know one of favorite techniques to use is coloring with glycerin?  I love the look you get when you use glycerin with ink.  It eliminates the lines you get when you color an image with markers.  I don’t have the blends  so I needed a way to color that did not leave lines.  I saw another demonstrator use this…

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Honey Bee Bundle Idea

Hello Everyone ~ I am in love with this Honey Bee Bundle Idea from the Occasions Catalog. I went over to see my sister again yesterday.  She did better in physical therapy but they think she has an infection somewhere so they were testing her to see what it might be.  They wanted to limit her intake of water but then expected her to give them a urine specimen.  Never understand that one.  When I…

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