Daffodils For You

Daffodils For You

This is the first (more complicated) card that the stamp club group made on Wednesday evening. You are probably wondering why this card is “complicated” because from this photo it doesn’t look very unique. I try to have the first card we make more...
Tropical Frame Leftovers

Tropical Frame Leftovers

The other day I shared a post showing the “floating frame” technique that I shared with the South Burlington stamp club. This is the second card that the club made using the center rectangle that is left over when you die cut to create the frame. I love...
Tropical Frame

Tropical Frame

The stamping blog-o-sphere has been all abuzz with the “floating frame” technique. This card is my first attempt. Actually it took me 3 tries at this design to get something that I was happy with. A brilliant non-Stampin’ Up! You Tuber shared a video...
Shiny Word

Shiny Word

In my last post I shared a card that featured a glossy die-cut word, but I didn’t divulge how we made the word. Last night the Essex stamp club group made this card featuring “celebrate” that is created the same way. Now that both clubs have seen...
Tea Anyone?

Tea Anyone?

I decided to show the Essex stamp club the hinged die-cut technique as well this month. This time I featured the tea set from the Occasions catalog and the Ovals dies. I have to confess that I went a little crazy with coloring projects this month, but this pretty tea...
Cupcake Fun!

Cupcake Fun!

This was the more involved card that the South Burlington stamp club made this month. The picture is a little deceptive, but we used a new technique for this card. When you look at the photo, it isn’t obvious what is going on. First, we used the Stamparatus to...