Simple Embossing Paste Thank You Cards

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Simple Embossing Paste TY cards

Simple Embossing paste backgrounds enhance basic cards immensely. With a few tools you can take your thank you cards from basic to awesome. After teaching the Embossing paste technique class on June 16th leftover bits of modified embossing paste littered my craft table. So how to use it up before it did what embossing paste does best — dry up. Simple … Read More

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Excited about Onstage 2017 in Shreveport…

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Onstage 2017 Swap with Painted & Penned

I am currently on my way to Onstage 2017 in Shreveport. As a Stampin Up Demonstrator I get to see the new Annual 2017-18 catalog before it releases in June. Playing with some of the new products is one of the best things about going to Onstage 2017. Participating in a couple of organized swaps with other demos and doing … Read More

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Timeless Thank you Gift & Card

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This was a fun set to make. I created a tall, thin yet wide box to hold a thank you gift and a card to match. For the Box I used Sweet Sugar Plum cardstock as my base and put panels of the Falling in Love DSP on all of the sides. Then I created an art piece panel for … Read More

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A Crafting PJ Party

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This Friday I had the pleasure to participate in an Online Crafty PJ Party hosted by my Stampin Up upline and daughter, Jennifer Blomquist for her team. It was a lot of fun crafting and visiting with all the team members who could take the time to visit for a few hours on Facebook. During the event, Jen challenged us … Read More

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Watercolor the Stampin’ Up! Way

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Are you ready for the February Fun & Crafty Blog Hop? We’re watercoloring this month and I decided to use my new Stampin’ Up Watercolor pencils. They are so fun and easy to use and give great results. For this card I started with a top folding cardbase of Rich Razzleberry cardstock that I layered with a piece of watercolor paper … Read More

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