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Month: February 2009

Color Throw Down #31

This is my first “Color Throw Down” challenge! Todays colors are…bashful blue, kiwi kiss, and night of navy. I used the “Wild about you” set from SU and 3 robins nest pearls as well as a tiny jewel from taylored Expressions on the little flower on top. Ribbon is also SU. If you wish to play go to the left of my blog and look under blog...

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Valentine goodies for my volunteers

I work for a Prenancy Help Center and tomorrow I will be working with 2 of some of the sweetest volunteers around so I decided to make them a little goodie top note bag full of hershey hugs. I finally got to use my felt flowers that I bought months ago and I love them! My only wish is that I bought more of this red polka dot paper because I can’t find anymore and it’s my...

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Valentine for my honey….

I had fun making this for my hubby. I used www.papertreyink.com polka dot basics for the background and nesties for the heart. The ribbon slide is also nesties. The stamp is from great impressions as well as the saying. The red heart is a little basktet with hershey hugs...

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12×12 shadow box frame

My stamping group came over last night and we made this! Of course we each made one and this one is mine. My friend saw this in a magazine and we improvised with most of the embelishments. These pictures actually don’t give it justice! We used Cosmo Cricket “Chemistry” paper, SU! stamps, Hero Arts stamps, buttons , cricut cut outs and other odds and ends that we each had. All paper and embelishments were distressed with Tim Holtz ink and lots of pop dots were used for dimention. Oh and this is actually 12×12 and it’s in a shadow...

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Top Note Bag…

I’ve seen so many of these that I decided to try one on my own and this is what I came up with. I used Pebbles Inc paper, white sheer ribbon, and Just rite curlz alphabet. The other die cuts used were scalloped nestabilities and circles. The heart stamp and xo stamp are a no name. I think it turned out so...

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