Linda Tolson Yarbrough Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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Before I start working on my next project I wanted to share the team gifts and cards I received in our team swap last week while at OnStage. First, here are the team gifts: This gift from Leslie contained lots … 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
Crafting Forever – sounds perfect, right? That is the name of the stamp set I selected for today’s card project. This stamp set has some sentiments that are perfect for my view on life these days, i.e. “CRAFTING FOREVER! HOUSEWORK … Continue reading
Well I tried to create a card that I saw on a demonstrator group Facebook page. I thought I knew how they had made their card – but I really should have gone back and looked for the original post. … Continue reading
Sorry that I did not post yesterday. I just was not in a creative mood and sometimes a girl just wants to be a couch potato. But as you can see below, I did get a little creative today. I … Continue reading
Do you see art in things that others would consider to be trash? I absolutely do. I have always held on to my tiny scraps of card stock and designer series paper, including the “negative” pieces from punches and die … Continue reading