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Friday, August 10, 2012

Triple Layer

A trendy technique called triple layered is buzzing.  Here is my take on it using all Stampin'Up! products.  The top one I used the Papillon Potpourri stamp set and Primrose Petals ink, the background is Pink Pirouette using Creative Elements background stamp.
The bottom card I used the Boroque background stamp in Crumb Cake and Creative Elements flowers and butterfly in Soft Suede.
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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Santa Box

Christmas in August!  I have a church craft show next month after my ear surgery today and before I go to Colorado, so I had to do it.  I know its starting early.  This is a Pazzle project and it was super easy  inside the box you can put a roll of life savers, lip balm (which I make myself) or whatever you want.  The belt is silver glitter paper and the holes in the belt are black sickles.  You can't see it very well but the scalloped beard is lined with sickles in diamond.  
Pray for my surgery to go well and that I heal completely...Thank You.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Whale of a Good Time

I made this cute little whale card for my granddaughter who I will be visiting in Steamboat Springs, CO in September for two weeks..yippee!  I finally learned how to use the writing tool on the Pazzle and I think it turned out good.  The card is in the mail to here as you read this...
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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

By The Sea Shore

Yes, it is extremely hot here in Charleston.  You know we love our beaches so what better time to post a beach themed card.  I have been playing around with my sister-in-law's Pazzle and I'm just about to get the hang of it.  The stamp set is Stampin'Up! By The Sea and the sea horse is a stamp I think I purchased from Michael's or AC Moore's.  You might know if you are an avid Stampin'Uper that there is not a punch or die for these shells...but I didn't cut them by hand.  I was able to make a cutting file for the stamp set.  That way I can cut an entire page of shells using the Pazzle then take my stamp while they are still on the mat (no sliding) and stamp them..of course I use the Stampamajig so they line up.
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