Monthly Archives: October 2012

Freshly Made #58 Sketch

Well, it is time for another Freshly Made Sketch Challenge #58. I used The Open Sea stamp set (p.104) and the color combo is Sahara Sand, Black, Vanilla, with a small touch of Baja Breeze.  I used Newsprint DSP (retired) … Continue reading

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GO HAWKS!!

Well, it’s time for another Hawkeye football game today, and hopefully they can come away with another win!  I made this card for my son, a University of Iowa student, and went with the I theme for this one. I cut … Continue reading

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Freaky Friday Monster Style!!

BOO to you!!  I was inspired by a really cute card by Sharon Field and was working on a Fab Friday 04 color challenge (midnight muse, indigo island, and summer starfruit)….so this is the end result. This is the first time … Continue reading

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Nature’s Pace

I spent a little time stamping this morning and decided to try a simple sketch from Freshly Made Sketches. It is a really nice sketch and can be used for any reason, and if you need a quick card and … Continue reading

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Autumn Accents STEP UP!

Well, it has been a few days, but I’m back with a couple tips to share. I recently had an open house and this is the card that I offered as the make-n-take. It was inspired by a card that … Continue reading

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Technique Tuesday….Making a bow with a fork!!

So, have you seen this great little trick for making an EASY and PERFECT BOW with a fork?  One of my stamp club gals found this great idea online and so I gave it a try.         … Continue reading

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Fall Strawberries?!

This may seem a little strange to be sharing a card with a strawberry on it in October…..BUT sometimes when you find a great idea you just can’t wait to share it!         I have seen several … Continue reading

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