Archive for the ‘flowers’ Category

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Dahlia Fold

June 13, 2012

The technique for May was the Dahlia Fold Technique.  You can make fabulous flowers using any patterned paper.  The creations are endless!

I love how this paper makes a beautiful Dahlia Flower with such striking contrast:

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2012 Sale-a-bration ~ Let’s Celebrate!

January 28, 2012

It’s Stampin’ Up!’s biggest sale event of the year!  Sale-a-bration 2012!  Every years gets better and better…this year is no exception.  For details about the fabulous free items you can earn, view the Sale-a-bration page here.

My favorite free stamp set this year is Fresh Vintage:

Below are a few samples using this awesome set!  I created the cards in the first photo and the others were made by Donna Griffin.  She shared them with us at Stampin’ Up!’s Leadership conference last week in San Antonio, TX.

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Spice Cake Designer Series Paper

October 13, 2011

WOW…this paper is my absolute favorite Designer Series Paper from Stampin’ Up! to date!  I’ve been a demonstrator for just over 2 1/2  years and this has to be my all time FAVORITE paper!  Below are a couple of cards featuring this DSP.  Consider signing up for the Fall Wreath Class which also highlights this great paper.

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Bold Blossoms

May 8, 2011

YAY!  Bold Blossoms remains available in the Summer Mini Catalog.    Sorry the pictures are a little dark.

 

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Occassions Mini 2011

January 10, 2011

Hello Stampers.  My favorite stamp set in the 2011 Occassions Mini catalog is Bold Blossoms.  Here are a couple of cards using this awesome set!

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Convention swap

August 20, 2010

Here’s my 2010 Convention swap.  Hope you like it.

For all you do

I used the For All You Do stamp set, melon mambo, certainly celery, regal rose and whisper white.

Happy Stamping!

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Vintage Vogue is in Vogue!

January 23, 2010

Ok, I think everyone is saying that!  Every demonstrator’s blog that I’ve visited who talks about Vintage Vogue says that it’s “in vogue”!  I guess that means it truly is!

Vintage Vogue is one set in the Occasions Mini catalog that I just LOVE!  You can create so many different looks with it because there are so many pieces that you can use together or separately.  Here’s a sample inspired by my upline Claire.

Stamps: Vintage Vogue (occasions mini catalog)
Paper: Not Quite Navy, Very Vanilla, Close to Cocoa
Ink: Not Quite Navy, Close to Cocoa
Other: Chocolate Chip 5/8 grosgrain ribbon, sponges