I just couldn’t resist making a card with my scraps. Thanks Lindsey for sending them my way! Supplies: Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Vellum – Stampin Up Patterned Paper: We R Memory Keepers Stamps: Everyday Flexible Phrases, Ink: Basic Black, Chocolate Chip – SU Other: Oval Punch, circle punches, eyelets, brad, Crop-a-dile, Ribbon
I found the coolest libary card link on Sarah’s Kindred Spirits blog http://kindredspirits.typepad.com/ You can create your own personalized card at the following link http://www.blyberg.net/card-generator/ These are just a few verses and thoughts that have been on my mind lately, helping me get through a hard time.
I decided to take a little stamping break yesterday morning while the little boys were behaving and everyone else was off skiing. I just love this Crate Avenue paper by Crate Paper. So elegant and so very flexible. I paired it up with So Saffron cardstock by SU and brought out one of my favorite flower stamp sets that has just not seen enough ink
For 100 week’s now I have posted the Way’s to Use it Challenge on Splitcoaststampers.com The Ways to Use it Challenge is a product challenge where you are challenged to think of new ways to used products you may already own. Who doesn’t want to be more creative with their supplies. I’m always very flexible too! If you don’t own it…go faux! This week’s Challenge
Who me? Blogging! I’ve surprised myself! But here I am and having fun. This blog is a papercraft gallery and design journal that I’d like to share with you. I started papercrafting about 5 years ago with scrapbooking and then moved into rubberstamping and card designing about 3 years ago. Lately I’ve been trying out new embellishments and rub-ons….I just love to try new things,