Windmill and Tulips

I’ve made a couple of cards using the Tulip Fields stamp/die bundle but today’s card shows off some of the other dies I hadn’t tried yet. You can see my other Tulip Fields card Here. The Windmill elements The large windmill die, while easy to crop can be a bit…

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Art in Bloom Hexagon Fun Fold

art in bloom

Hexagon Twist Pocket Card – The Paper Pixie – Stampin’ Up! Fun Fold cards are, well just fun. They always provide a wow factor for the recipient and for the creator as well. Today’s fun fold card was inspired by Julie DiMatteo at Julie is a fellow demonstrator and…

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Plentiful Plants

Plants are really in vogue this year. I’m thinking it could be because we have all been spending so much time in our homes that we are doing anything we can to make them as pleasing and pleasant to be in. Plants do so much for our environment and also…

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You Are Fierce – Wild Cats

You are Fierce

Sometimes life is unfair and hard and we don’t understand why things happen the way they do. But how we approach those challenges can make all the difference in the ultimate outcome, even with something as serious as cancer. I recently found out a dear friend of mine discovered her…

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A Touch of Ink

This is the final week to get your free Sale-a-Bration items ordered. I’ve been showcasing lots of the products and great ways to use them in your craft room over my last several posts. Today I’m sharing A Touch of Ink stamp set. This level 2 SAB item (free with…

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Balloons for InKing Royalty Blog Hop


Welcome to InKing Royalty’s February Blog Hop! During this year’s blog hops, we are having fun with our stamping favorites – our favorite themes for seasonal cards and projects. This month’s projects feature balloons, so you are in for a celebratory treat. We are excited to share our creations with…

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Black and White Stitched Leaves

Stitched Leaves

I don’t think you can ever go wrong with Black and White….in clothing or in cards and when paired with Stitched Leaves, the result is wonderful. I wanted a quick card, but obviously one that was pleasant to look at for an upcoming class I’m hosting. I hadn’t yet used…

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