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I’ve returned from the land of the “dead”!!!!

I’ve been so bad about my blog, and I’ve decided to resurrect it!!! I see that my last post was practically a year ago…..go fig. Guess time REALLY got away from me.

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May 16, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Teacher Gift

I made this double gift card hold out of chipboard coasters and Cutie Pie paper.  I had purchased a gift card from Staples and a Gift Card from Starbucks for Maddie’s teacher and classroom aide.  They have been a part of our lives for 2 years straight – and deserve sainthood for putting up with my kids! 😉

  

On the inside front cover is a note of thanks from my daughter, and on the inside back cover is a note of thanks from us.

 

June 20, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Long time no post!

Ok, it’s time for catch up, so let’s just cut to the chase…..

Here’s my CHRISTMAS CARDS!!! 


June 20, 2008 Posted by | Standard Cards, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

One Hole Bow Tutorial

Here is the much requested one-hole-bow tutorial!!  This was taught to my by my upline, Joanne Tofte, when I started stamping 3 years ago.  I’ve had many requests for this – and had the day off from school – so here you go!  Let me know what you think!

Step 1 – Punch an 1/8″ hole where you want it to go.punch-hole.jpg 

Step 2- Poke your ribbon through the hole from underneath.1-tail.jpg

Step 3 – Wrap your ribbon up, over, and back underneath your cardstock. Poke your ribbon up through the same hole that you did before.

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Step 4 – Split the tails with the wrapped section of ribbon.split-tails.jpg 

Step 5 – Tie a half knot, the “top” ribbon goes over the “bottom” ribbon when tying.tie-step-11.jpg

Step 6 – Pull tight and trim tails.  VOILA!!! finished.jpg

March 24, 2008 Posted by | Tutorials, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

It’s Been Awhile – so here’s some stuff!

I apologize that it has been so long since I posted, so here is some stuff that I’ve been working on!

February 18, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I’ve Been Tagged!!

I found out – by chance – that I’ve been tagged – by Kirstin: canistampthat.blogspot.com

So here are 7 things you may or may not know about me:

1. I am a cake decorator!
2. I have been to China – in 2001.
3. I can do calligraphy.
4. I was a diver and 50 yd freestyle swimmer in high school.
5. I can play all wind instruments, percussion, and electric bass.
6. I met Richard Dean Anderson in a hotel elevator in Montreal.
7. I secretly wish I could be in STOMP on broadway.
8. I have 2.5 kids – DS is 5, DD is 3 1/2, Husband is 29.

There you have it!! Now it’s my turn to tag 7 others:

Sarah stampstars.blogspot.com
Erika Stampinmama.typepad.com
Rochelle impressionsbyrochell.blogspot.com
Valerie valeriestangle.blogspot.com
Ashley ashleystamps.xoprincessxo.com
Emily emilygiovanni.com
Jen stampingtherapy.blogspot.com

May 9, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Pirate Birthday Invitation


I made this invitation for my son’s party – which was pirate themed. It was made using the quarterfold technique. Here’s how:

1. Take two pieces of cardstock. Lay one of them in your cutter portrait-wise and cut at 4 1/4″ (in half, the long way. We’ll call this piece A.
2. Take your second piece of cardstock and place it in your cutter landscape-wise and cut at 5 1/2″ (In half, the horizontal way) We’ll call this piece B.
You actually now have pieces to make TWO cards!!
3. Take piece A (the long piece) and score at 2 3/4″ and 8 1/4″.
4. Take piece B (the short piece) and score at 2″ and 6 1/2″.
5. Fold pieces A and B on the score lines. Glue the back of piece A and lay on top of piece B.
6. When dry, turn over with all of the flaps open. Stamp the flaps as desired. Color or embellish as desired.
7. Stamp a message on the inside of the card.
8. Fold the card like you would a box-top. (The last piece gets tucked, so that all flaps are held down.)
9. Embellish the outside more if you would like to.

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March 12, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | 4 Comments