Stay Well Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Stay Well Julia Louis-Dreyfus

I just learned that Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a breast cancer survivor. In 2017 she received her diagnosis, and she successfully completed her treatment. Since I just had a screening mammogram, this is in the forefront of my brain. I hope that Julia stays cancer-free for...

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Love-ly Sampler

Love-ly Sampler

I'm so excited to offer another sampler class. Previous classes have been popular and I enjoy designing them, so I decided to create one for Valentine's Day. The interesting thing about this one is that it isn't exclusively for Valentine's Day; the sentiments and...

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Sparkling 2020

Sparkling 2020

This was the longer card that the South Burlington stamp club group created at the December gathering. Last month I spoiled them by doing a bunch of the die-cutting in advance; I was too pressed for time to be that nice this month. So... it took us a while to get this...

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Wee Gifts

Wee Gifts

This is the second project that the South Burlington group made at the December meeting. I was a little tricky because the project was creating the tag that you see here, and then once they finished I gave them the bags that were filled with a small crafting gift from...

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Happy Christmas!

Happy Christmas!

I'm taking a quick break in my last-minute Christmas preparations to wish you a very Happy Christmas! I hope that you receive the blessings of the season; time with family, an opportunity to find peace, and gather with friends that are near and dear to you. This...

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Snow Sledding

Snow Sledding

The focal image on this card is actually one of the tags from the November Paper Pumpkin kit. I just thought that it was too danged pretty to be used on a gift and I decided to convert them into a batch of Christmas cards. That is one of the things that I love about...

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Tree Shopping

Tree Shopping

This was one of the candidate designs that I put together for the Stamp-A-Stack. However, this one didn't make the "cut" (see what I did there? *grin*) so the participants didn't see it. This paper reminded me of the days back when my son was in Boy Scouts where we...

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So Many Ornaments

So Many Ornaments

This was one of the cards from the Christmas Stamp-A-Stack class that I offered in October. I really like how the patterned paper does all of the heavy lifting on this card. These ornaments are just so colorful and cheerful, it just needed a muted, coordinating...

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Classic Christmas

Classic Christmas

I haven't been creating as many Christmas cards lately because so many other things have been taking my time. But I want to keep sharing ideas here to keep you in the spirit. Perhaps you have a last minute card that you need to pull together, and what you see here...

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Christmas Colors

Christmas Colors

I think the mother of a good friend of mine would approve of this card. Heather and I have gotten together occasionally over the years to make Christmas cards, and we inevitably discuss whether or not her mother would like a card - it always comes down to the colors...

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