Fun with Kamigami no Asobi

Don’t know what Kamigami no Asobi is?  Well I didn’t either until a staff member asked me to make a birthday card for his wife. Last year I made her a Hello Kitty card that she loved.  He didn’t want to repeat so he had been thinking for several weeks…

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Traveler Birthday

I loved the images from the traveler stamp set when I first saw it in the catalog.  However, sometimes loving a stamp set doesn’t always turn in to the ability to use a stamp set.  I thought that was going to be the case with this until I made this…

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A little bit Naughty-cal

I saw a card layout like the one here sometime a few weeks ago and thought it would be a great layout for many color and paper combinations.  Since I happened to have a co-workers birthday this week, another one of my men, I thought it would be a great card…

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How to fix a Cell Phone

Do you remember when I posted that Blendabilities were cool and that you could color on anything, you can see that post here. Well let me tell ya, I did just that for today’s post.  My cell phone had a rough week.  I dropped it, twice in two seconds and…

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Endless Possibilities for PPA 211

Some color challenges can be difficult, but that is not the case with this weeks Pals Paper Arts color challenge – Night of Navy, Daffodil Delight, and Whisper white.  What a great color combination this is and there is so much you can do with it.  Today I used these…

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Why the new Blendabilities are cool

So, you’ve probably noticed that there are a lot of projects being posted out in the ether used by us Stampers with Blendabilities.  These are the new alcohol based markers made by Stampin’ Up! Selected colors are now available for purchase with the remaining available in August.  But, why should you…

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Paper storage

Yesterday I shared my new Ribbon holder I created on the back side of my closet door. You can see that post here.  This is also the closet where I keep all my paper for crafting. One of my wonderful readers, Diane, asked me to share more about my paper…

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