Spooky Cat, Not Spooky at All!

  This is another card we did in my Holiday Card Class this month. I love the cat punch, and check out the new Black Crochet Trim. This is a pretty easy card to put together. We have a Black card base, with a 2 1/2″ piece of the Spooky Night Designer Paper, (don’t forget to add your Vintage Crochet Trim) on the left and a 1 3/4″ piece of Pumpkin Pie cardstock that was…

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The Happy Couple & Christmas Quilt Cards

The wedding went off without a hitch. We weren’t allowed any photos at the Chapel of the Flowers where they got married, so this is at brunch after the wedding. It was a lovely ceremony, simple. You can check out the card we gave them  HERE! And I have to share these cute soaps. Nectar Bath Treats store is in the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas. OMG, that store smells amazing, but not like going…

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Gourd Goodness

What a fun name for a stamp set. I originally bought this set because of the beautiful leaves, but look at these gorgeous pumpkins. Its a two step stamp with both pumpkins. At first when I stamped the solid image, I thought, you really don’t need the 2nd stamp…….boy was I wrong. It totally makes the pumpkin “pop”. Then I “winked” it with Wink of Stella. The stems each have two stamps too. I am…

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Climbing Orchid Card

I know what you are thinking…….there are a LOT of stamps and dies in this set. It can be very intimidating, yes it can, but once you play with it, you will see how all the pieces go together. And when you pair this set with the Jar of Love, you have a great card. Thank you Patty Bennett! We started off with a Berry Burst card base and a piece of Whisper White cardstock…

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To think of you is to smile, SUO Challenge, Watercolor Fun

Woohoo, love the theme for this weeks Challenge. You know, you can play along too: http://suochallenges.com/ My inspiration for this card came from Kimberly Van Diepen. I love ALL her stuff.  This was perfect for an “out of the box” kind of card and different than how you would normally use this set.  You will notice that I didn’t center the top layer onto the card base. I wanted part of another Metallic Doily to…

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