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Country Lane

Posted: Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 @ 1:57 pm in Projects | No Comments »

The Country Home stamp set is my current favorite.  It’s amazing how on trend the Country Lane Suite is.  I snapped this photo of a new fall display in Wegmans.  Sure enough – cotton decor and galvanized metallic tins – just like our suite. Did you know?  Cotton on the plant in its protective case […]

Could autumn be around the corner?

Posted: Friday, September 7th, 2018 @ 2:42 pm in Projects | No Comments »

It’s been so hot here in PA – but we are promised some cooler temperatures tomorrow.  Fall is my favorite season, so I am ready with my craft supplies for some fun projects. Here are my September class cards.  Did you know that each month, my instruction pdfs are free if you are a new […]

Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog

Posted: Wednesday, September 5th, 2018 @ 11:43 am in Projects | No Comments »

Yippee!  The new Holiday Catalog went live today.   There are so many new products – cute, beautiful, useful, amazing and something for everyone. Here’s a cute one minute peak at some holiday fun.  Don’t you wish your crafting happened like this? You can see all the new products at my shop.  If you would like […]

Stampin’ Up! Anniversary

Posted: Friday, August 31st, 2018 @ 10:04 am in Projects | 1 Comment »

It’s my 20th Stampin’ Up! Anniversary today!!!  I’m overwhelmed with joy thinking about the fun and friendships that Stampin’ Up! has brought to me over the years.  I’ll be celebrating all year, but for this Labor Day weekend, I have a giveaway.  From my abundance of  crafting supplies, I have made up some grab bags […]

Last Chance – Blended Seasons

Posted: Thursday, August 30th, 2018 @ 5:44 pm in Projects | 1 Comment »

I better share my last couple cards using the Blended Seasons bundle (COLOR YOUR SEASON PROMOTION) before it is gone for good this weekend.  Check out my other projects posted earlier this month to see how versatile are the stamp set and dies.  Don’t miss the limited set of new Watercolor Pencils too. Today’s Tip: […]

Craft Retreat

Posted: Monday, August 27th, 2018 @ 3:14 pm in Projects | No Comments »

It’s always fun to get away for a crafting day or even a whole weekend.  We have lots of opportunities in the Erie PA area, including a Craft Retreat held by my team at Edinboro Camp.  Here are some highlights from last weekend: Table gifts: Inside were markers and a sweet notebook: We had lots […]

Blended Seasons and Heat Embossing

Posted: Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 @ 2:29 pm in Projects | No Comments »

The Blended Seasons bundle is only available for a few more days (while supplies last)!  Besides the watercoloring (this post), Heat Embossing is my favorite technique using with this beautiful stamp set. Today’s Tip:  This card couldn’t be easier.  Just emboss in white on the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper and mount on an Early […]

Techniques with Blended Seasons and Watercolor Pencils

Posted: Tuesday, August 21st, 2018 @ 9:31 am in Projects | No Comments »

The Blended Seasons stamp set (only available in August) lends itself to many fun techniques for you to try.  First I used  Watercolor Pencils, Watercolor Paper and an aquapainter.  It’s so nice to have Gorgeous Grape and Granny Apple Green in Watercolor Pencils – these may not come back after August either, so don’t wait […]

Blended Seasons Bundle

Posted: Saturday, August 18th, 2018 @ 10:26 am in Projects | No Comments »

I’m finding that the Blended Seasons Bundle has no end of possibilities.  I think you are going to enjoy both the stamp set and dies for many seasons and many occasions. Here are 2 of the projects that we are doing at my August Card Class (pdf project sheets are free with any order at […]

String Art Tutorial

Posted: Thursday, August 16th, 2018 @ 10:16 am in Projects | No Comments »

I tried this string art technique a couple months back, Stampin’ Up style, and forgot to blog it.  This is a really messy but fun technique. Cut a piece of Baker’s Twine and dip it in 1 or more colors of ink in sections.  Try not to get the twine too saturated.   Now that I’m […]

 
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