Giveaway Winners!

Mama Elephant Pop Up Dies

I apologize for the delay in posting the winners, but I’ve been sick again.  That nasty virus came back and I’ve been fighting it for weeks now.  Anyway, on to the winners!

Blog Winner is KimberlyRae

YouTube Winners are: Peggy Martin and Mandy Wardle

I will contact each of you privately as well.  Thanks to everyone who entered!

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Clean and Simple Cards Made on Kraft Cardstock

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Hi everyone!  Today I have a couple of cards to share with you, they are clean and simple and both are made on Neenah Desert Storm (Kraft) cardstock. For this first card I used Altenew’s Vintage Roses stamps and dies along with their beautiful new inks (and a few other inks as well).  I left […]

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Card Making Process Featuring Mama Elephant Pop Up Dies & Giveaway!

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I have to admit that today’s card was one disaster after another!  I redid it twice and parts of that I’ll share with you in the video.  (I edited out a lot of it for time)   This card is a good example of “Don’t throw it away! Keep going!”.  Although it is no masterpiece […]

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Stamp n Storage “Craft Spaces” Episode 5 – “What Goes Where”

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Stamp n Storage, who graciously provided my readers with a coupon code recently (good through 6/20/15), has asked me to share with my readers their Video Series titled “Crafted Spaces”.  The series consists of an introduction and five video episodes, all of which you can view here. They have recently published Episode 5 – “What Goes Where” – “Figure […]

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Sequin/Small Embellishment Storage & Giveaway!


If you are interested in how I store my sequins, click here for a detailed blog post and photos.  Unfortunately, the container I use was discontinued by the manufacturer and so I’ve had to find an alternative solution for my newest sequins.  I was surfing around on the internet one night and ran across this: […]

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