Monthly Archives: May 2016

Heading out to the Mediterranean

I should be packing, but, trying to finish up on things in my workshop.  I did finish my swaps a little bit ago to take on the ship, so I can check that off my list.  (Guess I forgot to … Continue reading

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Ok, day 5 for Tap Tap Tap……going going gone, very soon!

I saved the my favorite for last.  I always love the simplicity of red, vanilla and black.  For this card I also added a touch of smoky slate. One of my last minute changes on this card was to add … Continue reading

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Card #4 with the Tap Tap Tap stamp set.

Well, I’m back to the neutrals for todays card!  We always have an abundance of “lady” cards.  Here is another one that I think you could use as a “man” card. The card base is soft suede.  I then used tip top … Continue reading

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Card #3 for Tap Tap Tap……with aqua painter.

After some subdued colors on the last two cards.  This next one is bright and one of those cards that makes me smile!  Of course, it doesn’t hurt that it uses my favorite tool; the aqua painter. The typewriter is … Continue reading

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Card #2 for the Tap Tap Tap stamp set.

I combined a number of patterns on today’s card.  The colors used are very vanilla, sahara sand and chocolate chip. I love the challenge of using only one set,  using all the stamps included in that set without adding anything … Continue reading

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Happy day after Mother’s Day!

Hoping that you all had a glorious Mother’s Day!  Being a Mom is so much more than giving birth to a child.  It’s caring, loving and nurturing those little, (and big), people in your lives.  We are so thankful for … Continue reading

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Descriptive vs. Narrative Essay Writing

Geometry language resources cover an extensive array of subjects useful for large school and college students, along with home-school students in middle school and high-school who simply desire a little extra math support. Geometry websites offer history information within the … Continue reading

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You’ve got the world on a string!

Great verse, don’t you think?  It’s from the Balloon Builders stamp set.  It was in our Occasions catalog, but, now will be in our new Annual catalog.  I for one am very happy about that!  I did not purchase it … Continue reading

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Butterflies and flowers all in delicate white,

Yesterday, I talked about heat embossing on vellum.  On today’s card, I did the same thing.  This time I used white embossing powder on vellum.  The beauty of this card is that both the butterflies and flower have matching punches. … Continue reading

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May 3rd, getting goose bumps!

This is a red letter day for all Stampin’ Up! demonstrators!  Today, we get to order our new catalogs and preorder items from that catalog.  That way we get a jump on designing cards and preparing for classes with all the … Continue reading

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Hooray, May is here and the sun is shining!!

Hope everyone had a wonderful “May day”.  When I was little we used to pick wild flowers, put them in a handmade basket and hang them on the neighbors doors.  You would ring the door bell and run.  So many … Continue reading

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Economical Envision of the universe in 200 Many years from Now – should it Drastically Change?

Economical Envision of the universe in 200 Many years from Now – should it Drastically Change? Two hundred in years past, the entire world was backward, analogue, and vintage.

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