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Hi folks. I had so much fun making this card.
I started out by sponging Distress Inks in Worn Lipstick, Salty Ocean and Picked Raspberry. After I let it air dry for an hour, I used Bubbles Stencil and rubbed white SU Craft ink through the circles.
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Hello fellow stampers. How is your week going?
I just made this card, on behalf of my department, for a co-worker who is off work for five weeks due to cancer. We wish her all the best.
My background was stamped with a large background stamp from Impression Obsession. It was stamped with VersaMark and heat embossed with white embossing powder. Then, I used my heart embossing folder and ran it through my Cuttlebug. My flowers were made by punching them with a punch, run through the Cuttlebug using my Swiss Dots embossing folder, and then with my flower-making kit I used the tweezers to shape the flowers.
My image is from Stamping Bella, and was coloured with Copic markers.
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A Note of Thanks. One can never have enough thank you cards. My sister uses my thank you cards all the time and it makes my heart smile.
This black eyed susan is from I Brake for Stamps and is perfect for the Block Fill technique. I love how the black fill makes the flowers pop. Adding the dots is just plain fun.
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Did you read my Prismacolor Pencil Crayon post?Â It’s a great refresher course on colouring shadow areas. Let me know what you think.
I’m still in hospital so posts will be sparse until June 1st.
Have a nice week!
Thanks Michelle for your awesome talent in designing me a new blog.
Readers of my blog will be delighted to see my fresh, clean blog.Â Please click on my blog to see what Michelle did for me.
Blog is now open for comments.Â Whew, that was a long time coming.
Enjoy your evening.
It’s another week, and another new challenge, and a weekÂ closer to getting a new blog.
Did you know that we have lots of new JustRite stamps in our store?Â We have stamp sets for the Diva, the coffee lover, the early bird who is starting their Christmas cards, and a whole lot more.
Our team put together some awesome cards with Jennifer’s sketch.Â Just look at the yummy cards….
Cathy used JustRite’s Favourite Occasions and Borders
Karen used Chocolate Dipped Strawberry
Jennifer used Chocolate Dipped Strawberry
Beth used Amber
Kim used Chocolate Covered Strawberry
Jerusha used Chocolate Covered Strawberry
My blog is broken and does not accept message (insert very sad face), so I can’t give away any prizes.Â Rest assure I am working on getting a new blog up and running very soon.
In the meantime, enjoy our sketch.Â We hope you love it as much as we do.
I am happy to announce the addition of Beth Ullman to my Design Team.Â Beth is a very talented card and project designer who loves to experiment with all kinds of techniques.Â A member of the Technique Junkie Newsletter, Beth is never without a new idea to share with her readers at Nana’s Memories and More blog.
Beth is an active participant with the Technique Junkie Yahoo Group and recently held the position of guest designer for the newsletter.Â As a subscriber to the Technique Junkie newsletter everyone one has the opportunity to contribute to the Yahoo Group.
Beth is an active participant over at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blogspot, and is the one who inspired me to join in too.
Whether it is a special technique, a challenge, or project, Beth is ready to dive in and try her hand at it.Â She inspires those around her to get active too.
Welcome aboard, Beth. I’m so happy you are on my Sunflowers and Dragonflies Creative Designs team!
Sunflowers and Dragonflies Creative Designs rubberstamp and scrapbook store
I am thrilled to announce the opening of my rubberstamp and scrapbook store.Â With the support of my family, and 12 months of preparations, we are now open for business. Â My mom and sisters have hounded me for years to start a business.Â I didn’t listen.Â A store front just wasn’t for me.Â Then Donnie came along and suggested I start up blogging and a home based business. Â For two years I told him no way, but with unexpected changes in my career outside the home, I decided that I needed a business to fall back on.Â So, I would like to thank my mom, sisters (Cathie and Debbie) and Donnie as I start down a new path.Â How Did Donnie finally convince me?Â It all started when he came home from work last January and said, “Matt will be here this evening to get you started.”Â I had no idea, which was the point–I couldn’t find an excuse to cancel out because Matt would arrive in one short hour.
I design my own rubberstamps, specializing in Canadian images.Â Â As well, our store carries Stampavie images, all the way from France.Â To compliment our rubberstamps, you will find a variety of products such asÂ Basic Grey, Prima Flowers, Pop Dots, Big Shot, etc.Â Â All our products coordinate with each other, and will continue to grow over time.
Earlier I said “we” are open for business.Â I am thankful to have the support of my family as each of them offers me assistance in one form or another.Â My baby sister, Debbie, helped to design some of my rubber stamps, and now she is doing some administrative duties for me.Â My mom and sister, Cathie, keep me on track and kick my butt,and offer advice, when I need it.Â Donnie, well he is the keeper of the gate.Â He buys me every computer program I could possible need or want, pushes me to learn these programs, and keeps me on track.Â When I wanted to computer surf, he made me design stamps.Â When I wanted to be lazy in the house, he packed a picnic lunch and took me on day trips to the park so I would be forced to sit down and design stamps.Â With his computer know-how, he looks after all my needs and will eventually be filling my orders.
My design team is also a part of my business.Â Some of you might not know what a design team does.Â They are a group who I depend on for their creativity and advice.Â Â Each of these ladies will showcase cards and projects that use my products. Â Each are very talented, and all have a unique look of their own.Â Â Please meet my four dear friends: