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A birthday card I recently made for my nephew who turned 17. Basic idea was taken from this image that popped up on a google search. https://www.iapetus.co.uk/teenagers-arithmetic-badge-birthday-card-age-14.ir I created the numerical circle and inside greeting with My Memories Suite on my computer then printed it out. The circle was cut out then layered under
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So it was just brought to my attention today that someone on etsy was selling one of my digital images I posted on my blog. Makes me rethink, yet again, my sharing. I've had issues off and on over the years, but this one really burns me because the person took my exact image and was selling it. Simply put white over my "watermark" and added whatever text her customers wanted.  Guess I'll be
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I've been hard at it , trying to repair old photo album pages  (note: hole reinforcements don't work, but thin strips of Gorilla tape are working so far!)  and redo the photo placements on every page. This involved removing all of the photos, then replacing them leaving spaces for journaling cards. There were four large albums that needed to be redone. The above photo shows all of
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When I wrote the flip flap album post for today, I didn't think about it being groundhog day. So you have a bonus, just for fun post today ! When the windows are frost covered because it is single digits outside you take photos of the paper groundhog and whether or not  it sees it's shadow inside :)  Yes, most definitely a shadow this year which means six more weeks of
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This is such an old project,  made years before I started the blog. I recently came across it again which  inspired the mini flip flap album (greeting card sized) I shared yesterday.  All supplies used were from Stampin' Up! Measurements: Chipboard cover  7 1/2"   x   4 1/2" Designer paper cut slightly larger to wrap around the edges Flaps   4" wide   x   3 1/2" tall
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Today I'm sharing a "flip flap" type of mini album (greeting card sized!) for the Love To Craft Challenge Blog. All supplies used came from Stampin' Up! years ago. The front and back outside covers are  5 1/4"  x  4 1/4" The inside cover linings are 5 1/4"  x  4" The red squares are  3 3/4" The black rectangles are  1"  x 3 3/4" The spine is  4" wide  x  5 1/4" tall and scored every
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I made one more extra sympathy card after my marathon card making session last weekend.  All supplies used were from Stampin' Up! The outline flower image was stamped several times, cut apart then layered for added dimension.
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This is the final sympathy card of seven I made last weekend. I have an extra one I made yesterday that I will share tomorrow. All supplies used on this card  were from Stampin' Up! (except for the Prima flowers). The final just for fun photo share is of a colorful sky at sunset , just above the ridgeline. I live in a "hole", a little valley surrounded by  trees
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Simple sympathy cards: -watercolor wash light blue ink onto water color paper -adhere "silk" flower, add rhinestone center -paper punch leaves with light water color accents and bent for dimension glued under flower -stamped sentiment (Stampin' Up!) - run the inside of the card through a border embossing folder Today's just for fun photo is an "artsy"one. I took
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Floral image was colored with markers then  lightly spritzed with water before stamping. All supplies used were from Stampin' Up! (other than the yellow mini rhinestones) No matter how cold it gets, I see "ladybugs" coming out of the woodwork all winter long. Granted there are many more on warmer days. Thanks for looking  and I hope you can find a moment to be
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