Linda Tolson Yarbrough Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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Monthly Archives: September 2017
I was determined to master the wine bottle gift bag today so this was the first project on my agenda. Applying the things I learned from my first attempt yesterday, today’s project process was much easier and turned out much … Continue reading
I was asked to make a gift bag for wine bottles. Should be easy, right? I looked for videos or samples and all those that I found were extremely over the top (they looked like gazebos – no seriously!) and … Continue reading
Today’s project was inspired by a YouTube video by Tami White. She has a Facebook Live video where she demonstrated a wine bottle tag and coordinating card and treat box. She used the Year of Cheer Specialty Designer Series Paper and … Continue reading
Today’s post will be short and sweet. I have had my September Paper Pumpkin kit on my desk for about a week now and it has been calling out to me to open it up and put it together. I … Continue reading
I thought perhaps you guys may have seen enough Halloween treat bags this week so I am switching back to Christmas themed projects. Today’s project’s focal point uses a non-conventional Christmas color – black. The designer series paper I used … Continue reading
I am having so much fun making Halloween treat holders that I thought I would make another for today’s project. This one was inspired by a UK demonstrator’s YouTube video (hers were much fancier, with heat embossing and more), but … Continue reading