Mr. & Mrs. Wedding Day

Hi friends!  How is your week going?  Al and I are on vacation this week and the weather couldn’t be any better.  While he’s out boating with family, I’m in the air conditioning stamping all day.  I haven’t stamp for a full day in months.  I plan to catch up on my blog reading and comments this week as well.

Yesterday I went to my girlfriend’s house where we spent hours playing with the gelli plate and leaves.  I’m going to show those to you in another post.

My girlfriend really wanted blue flowers for her wedding, but the only thing available to her were flowers that could be dyed blue, and that would get pretty messy.  So, I came to the rescue with blue flowers on her wedding day.  LOL.

My friends got married over the weekend, and this is the card I gave them.  I love the fun of layering colours.  Tim Holtz’s colorize dies are my go to at the moment.  I heat embossed Mr. & Mrs. in gold, and did the same for the sentiment on the inside, and my “made by Beth” stamp on the back.

I hope you are having a nice week.

Thanks for stopping by.

Stay tuned for my newest You Tube video, currently being edited

Posted on : Jul 19 2022
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Hello friends.  I’m back after a month of a lack of posts, and I’m so happy that you are still here.  I still don’t have my groove back since stepping down from my Design Team work.  It’s like I’m lost.

Today I’m sharing a cute card that I made for a co-worker who received a nice promotion.  These stamps could not be any more perfect.  As an inside joke we call each other “peer.”.  Well, my peer went to a winery where there were llamas to walk, and she participated.  Peer and I thought this was a hoot and have made so many jokes about it.  And boy, if I didn’t find a large llama face in a magazine a week after her escapade.  I had the llama face laminated and made a calendar stand for it and enclosed it with my card, so she can remember our jokes in her new job.

Yes, I’m a little goofy and fun.  Even a bit eccentric, but that’s what keeps me so happy both at work and at home.

Card Details

  • Stamps were from the Dollar Tree
  • Images coloured with Copic markers and fussy cut
  • Banners are cut from the “shaving cream” technique
  • Background paper, Stampin’ Up!

Thanks for popping by.  See you soon!

Posted on : Jul 09 2022
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Happy 5th Birthday Charlotte

Hi folks!

Aside from mixed media and techniques, I do love my Lawn Fawn stamps for their whimsy.  Let’s face it, Lawn Fawn is just plain cute.  This card went to my Granddaughter who turned 5.

I had alot of enjoyment using my Lawn Fawn cloud stencil and using such fun colours for the clouds.  You can get away with that with unicorns, eh!  The ice cream cone and the piece of cake are separate little pieces.  As I have said before; I love working with small places.  Whose cute little images do you like to work with?

Thanks for stopping by.

Posted on : May 31 2022
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Hello fellow stampers!  This was made as a get well card for a very dear friend who had a major car accident.

I’ve used Tina Zinck’s background technique again, and just can’t get enough of it.  Look how beautiful SU’s Stampin’ Blends worked.  Copic markers also work.  I’ve had other friend’s that tried different markers and had success, so give it a try.  Tina’s video can be seen here.


Posted on : May 21 2022
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More Mother’s Day Fun Fold


Hi there folks!  Another Mother’s Day card for you.  All products are Stampin’ Up!  Photos are much better on this particular card, so please scroll down to see the inside too.  Before I mailed this card I stamped a sentiment on the upper right of the triangle.  It says Dear Friend.

If you look closely, you will see a bumble bee trinket on the leaves.  Can you find it?

Link to video here.

All products Stampn’ Up!

Thanks for stopping by.


Posted on : May 11 2022
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Happy Mother’s Day Mom

Happy Mother’s Day to all you mother’s out there.  Happy Mother’s Day Mom!


A peek into the opened card.

Stamps and Designer Series Paper:  Stampin’ Up!; Bee Trinket, Stampin’ Up!

Posted on : May 08 2022
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Happy Birthday Emma!

Hi fellow stampers!  Today I have a fun fold for you.  I made this card for my granddaughter who just turned 1.  What’s better than cupcakes no matter what age you are.  I’m a sucker for them.

My daughter is a Martha Stewart in the making.  She always surprises me with the things she makes and does with her husband and her two very young children.  By the way, she’s an outstanding cook too.  Anyways, we were asked that for Emma’s first birthday we enclose a letter to her which will be presented to Emma on her 16th birthday.  Isn’t that cool?  I don’t remember what I did write for Charlotte’s first birthday, but this time I wrote a note on world events and about myself.  It may seem vane to write about oneself, but I think it’s important that grandchildren know about us.  Grandparents are special in their lives.


A little hidden flap to add an extra “I love you.”

And this is the inside.

Posted on : Apr 23 2022
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Stampin Blend Vellum Technique with Gold Texture

One of my favourite bloggers lives right here in Canada’s east coast.  Her name is Tina Zinck and has a very successful Stampin’ Up! business.  I always look forward to watching her tutorials.

This particular card uses Tina’s background technique called Stampin Blend Vellum Technique with Gold Texture.  The results are stunning.

Today a stamping forum I belong to is having a Fest where challenges are posted and participants have a chance to win prizes.  Tina’s technique is what I picked out for my challenge.  If you didn’t click to see the video above, you can see it here.

My cards are for Mother’s Day, which I’m taking to work to sell.  These cards are mini slimline size.  They have been gold embossed on the outside and inside where it says “Happy Mother’s Day.”


Posted on : Apr 02 2022
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Bunch of Roses for my Sister

Happy Saturday everyone!  I hope spring is looking promising where you are.  Not quite so much where I am, but temperatures are going to be 0 degrees C throughout the week.  March can give us a good snowstorm or two up to April.

Using my Tim Holtz Bloom die, I created a small bouquet of roses in my signature colours for my baby sister, Deborah, who just received her doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) specializing in Information Systems.  We’re all so proud of her.  Deborah just received my card so I’m free to post it today.

I was torn about adding gold embossing with “Congratulations” on the front, but leaving it clean won out.  On my next rose card, I probably will add a sentiment to the front.

Have a terrific weekend!


Posted on : Feb 26 2022
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Slimline Fun Fold

Hello there!  I have a slimline video for you today.  In the video I have explained the cuts and folds.  Underneath my video, on YouTube, you will find measurements for the card.  I hope you like it.



Posted on : Feb 18 2022
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