Tag and Journal Spots, 25th Birthday, and Funnies

Happy Labor Day Weekend ~ I’ve been busy creating for a swap inspired by Tracie Fox’s Video (HERE) on making tags for junk journals. If you decide to watch the video, you can skip the first 8 minutes if you just want to watch her create. I watched her use her tearing ruler, and thought […]

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Number of years Stampin’ Up! Happy birthday 21

Inchie style embossed 21st birthday card for my nephew using the number of years die cut and stamp set by stamping up.  I wanted to create a cool typography type card and I think it turned out pretty good.  

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Happy Birthday, Golf themed, Mojo439

I needed a sketch to get me going for my hubby’s birthday.  I knew I wanted to use the vintage stampin up set “Fore” as my theme since he loves golf.  I found this sketch at Mojo Monday #439 and worked out a design.  I just received my botanical gardens DSP in my stampin up order, […]

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Happy Birthday, MOJO434

Mojo Monday #434 It’s Monday! Mojo Monday has a great sketch that helped me make a birthday card for my grandson whose turning 8 and LOVES Dinosaurs.  I found the foam mounted stamps for $1 at a thrift store and stamped them in brown Staz-on ink.  I keep my small number stamps in my birthday […]

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Happy Birthday!, AH #142, APP#56

I was challenged by the colors at Alway’s Playing with Paper, Then encouraged by the sketch at Atlantic Hearts to give it a go.  I thought of a paper pack by The Angel Company called “Kaleidoscope Brites” which is perfect for boy’s cards.  The cupcake was a pre made embellishment (paperbliss?) that I added as my […]

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Case’d card #4, happy 16th

 I loved the simplicity of this design and copied it from: NJ Stamping Queen, I used washi tape from the dollar store and pieces of gold wire for some pizzazz.  I decided mine was for a younger person of say 16 ~  

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J’Adore MOJO338, TSTR#211

Mojo Monday Sketch Shabby Tea Room Inspiration picture first I found the polka dot card, then I was looking through my paper stacks and spotted this great paper with the Eiffel Tower.  I picked Fleur De Lis instead of banners to keep it french and added my button, flower and stamped sentiment for the Shabby […]

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