Linda Tolson Yarbrough Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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Category Archives: Artisan Design Team
This will be the last of my Artisan Design Team card projects that I will be sharing with you. I also submitted three scrapbook pages; I’m not sure if I’ll be sharing those (they’re pretty sad looking!). Warning: This card used Stampin’ … Continue reading
Another project I designed for my Artisan Design Team application was a card where I attempted my first “chalkboard” technique. I’m not sure I should have included my first try at a technique with my submission but … If I … Continue reading
My Saturday didn’t work out as I had planned – I was scheduled to attend a meeting with the Stamped With Joy group (Amy Storrie), but a migraine sidetracked my day. I’m sure I missed all kinds of fun and … Continue reading
It’s been a rough week since I attended Convention in Salt Lake City. Upon my return home I discovered that my dear sweet Sebastian was very ill and unfortunately there wasn’t anything the doctors could do to make him better. We said … Continue reading
Coming Soon! – Envelope Punch Board: Stampin’ Up! announced at this year’s Convention last week the release of a new tool. While I can’t show you a picture of the tool itself until it is officially released, I can show … Continue reading
If you are a regular subscriber to my blog, then you may recall that I mentioned in one of my earlier posts that I submitted projects for the first time this year to be considered as a member of the … Continue reading