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Manual Die Cut Machines and Dies

Die Cuts and Stamping By Marion Davis, Artistic Guide Let me state up front that I still adore stamping. However, when I made the decision to try selling my cards, as discussed in my last blog, I had to take a long hard look at the die cuts available. Die cuts have evolved in the […]

Holiday Quickies: Last Minute Holiday Card

Finished Card Size:  5.5″ x 4.25″ When I don’t make my Christmas cards early, I start thinking about a card with minimum layers and no coloring required.  I have always thought that black and white has a particularly elegant look.  The card shown above only takes about 5 minutes to make.  In addition, while it is definitely a […]

Feeling “Owl” Over the Place

August is one of those transition months where life is all turned outside in. It’s still summer (and here in Georgia, that means hot and humid) but the stores are full of Fall–and even Christmas!  My daughters go back to school August 5 (isn’t that unconstitutional or immoral or something?) and there are days I’m […]

New Artistic Designer – Janice Ellis

 Janice Ellis Janice hails from Canada and rounds out our international team members. While an Asian style is found throughout much of her art work, Janice creates many more projects covering a multitude of styles and images. Here is what she shared with us about herself: My name is Janice Ellis, a SAHM who got […]

Cuttlebug News

I just read this information from Provo Craft and thought I would pass on the information.  I know how everyone loves their Cuttlebug diecut machine and embossing folders! Tomorrow, June 9, Provo Craft is airing an exclusive offer on the Home Shopping Network (HSN) beginning at 1:00 a.m. (EST).  They are advertising this as “the world […]