Number of Years

This is a card I made for one of the ministers at our church.  He and his wife have been serving our congregation for 30 years!  Such a sweet and dedicated couple.

I did use some vintage (retired) products for this card.


Here’s the fixin’s:

Stamps:  Number of Years, Me = Grateful

Cardstock:  Whisper White, Pool Party, Primrose Petals (vintage), Midnight Muse (vintage)

DSP:  Patio Party (vintage)

Dies:  Large Numbers Framelits, Layering Circle Framelits

Punch:  Elegant Butterfly, Bitty Butterfly

Other:  Primrose Petals Ribbon (vintage), Basic Rhinestones

Although some of the products in this project are retired, we have many other beautiful papers and colors to choose from.

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Another Birthday Blossoms

One of the cards from a recent Cards & More class.  We made three of these.  In this class, we were using our circle punches in different ways.

This is one of my favorite stamp sets from the annual catalog.


Here’s the fixin’s:

Stamps:  Birthday Blossoms, Papillon Potpourri

Cardstock:  Calypso Coral, Whisper White

Ink:  Basic Gray, Calypso Coral, Pear Pizzazz, Daffodil Delight

Punch:  Pansy, Bitty Butterfly, 2″ circle, 1 3/4″ circle

Other:  Elegant Dots TIEF, Gold Sequins, Gold Dazzling Details

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Note for a Friend

One of the ladies from my Bible Study group is participating in a mission trip.  Our group leader asked each of us to write a note of encouragement that she could take with her on the trip.  I really wasn’t sure what to write, so I thought I’d do what I do best, create something cute for her.

This is made using “vintage” Designer Series Paper, the Envelope Punch Board, and the Papillion Potpourri stamp set.

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I hope she enjoyed receiving this as much as I enjoyed making it for her.

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