Lynn

Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

How to – Stamp a Wreath

Today’s card is super simple and would be a great card to make multiples of for all your holiday card sending.  I’ve included a video on how I stamped the wreath.  You could certainly do this with any type of stamp, or branch, and for any type of season.  Certainly…

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I’m Cocoa….For Cute Gifts and a video

Hello, I’ve just returned from an inspiring trip to Atlanta hosted by my Stampin’ UP! upline, Brian King (StampwithBrian.com) and his upline, Pam Morris (Taptapstamp.wordpress.com). For the last 5 years Brian and Pam have hosted a World Card Making Day event in Atlanta, where they live, to celebrate all things…

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More Little Houses

In my last post I shared a card I made with the Hearts Come Home stamp set.  Today’s card I’m using the same stamp set but really highlighting the edglets you can purchase separately or with the bundle. THE PARTICULARS I cased this card from the new Holiday Catalog.  You…

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Little Houses

A few years ago, Stampin Up had a thinlit die and stamp set with little houses.  I loved it.  I made Halloween cards, Welcome to your new Home Cards and Holiday cards with that set.  This year there is a new set with little houses and I’m just as in…

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Coffee Time

I love collections of things.  Baskets, flowers, paintings, Cards…well of course cards.  Card collections are fun to make and can be used for gifts, or just sharing with those who need one or deserve to receive one.  With a card collection, you have to have something to store/display them in.…

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Joyfold Whole Lot of Lovely

As promised in my previous post, filled with lots and lots of stamping, this post is all about the paper.  Beautiful patterns of paper combined together into one card.  I also recently came across a blog post from 2011 with many many different card folds and realized I had gotten…

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