Linda Tolson Yarbrough Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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Monthly Archives: October 2017
Time is flying by and before you know it I will be leaving on an airplane to Salt Lake City, UT to join other Stampin’ Up! demonstrators at OnStage (to be held November 9-11, 2017). So today’s project is a … Continue reading
I wanted to take a step back from the holiday cards today and practice using my new Stampin’ Blends alcohol markers. I eyeballed my shelf of current stamp sets and was drawn to Crafting Forever and Painter’s Palette. I was shocked to … Continue reading
Sorry for not posting for a few days. I got wrapped up in getting items organized for the store out in Gladewater (holiday cards and such) and as previously mentioned was having creativity block. I started today’s project yesterday but … Continue reading
I think I am beginning to run into a creativity block – or maybe I need to switch from making holiday cards to something else for a while. Today’s project was slow in coming together and truthfully perhaps I should … Continue reading
Today’s project required zero planning on my part thanks to Stampin’ Up! and their monthly subscription kit – Paper Pumpkin. As I mentioned in a prior post, the kits for the months of October (featured here) and November coordinate with … Continue reading
Today’s project makes me wish I lived in a part of the United States that actually experiences a Winter season with snow. Here in Texas we are lucky if we dip below freezing for a week or two so we … Continue reading
As I mentioned on yesterday’s post, my project went into a direction that I had not planned on yesterday. I had die cut several Christmas stockings and assembled the pieces but once my project evolved they no longer were viable … Continue reading
Today’s card project became something all together different than what was floating around inside my head most of the day. My original plan was a card with Christmas stockings but as you can see that is not what I ended … Continue reading
I wanted to try a rustic Christmas card for today’s project. In order to accomplish this look, I had to restrain my tendencies to use lots of glitter and bling on my projects and keep the design S-I-M-P-L-E. I think … Continue reading
Greetings to all my stamping friends. I enjoyed my first play with the Star of Light stamp set yesterday so I selected this stamp set and the coordinating dies Starlight Thinlits for today’s project. For a change of pace I elected to … Continue reading