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August 2013 Trail Map

Here is the sketch Regena created for us this month.   Ken made us a wonderful card showcasing a “doggie in the window.”  Watch for a step by step to publish tomorrow. Stamp credits:  PSX. Let’s see what our other designers have done with this sketch. Stamp credits:  Michaels.   Stamp credits:  Farmhouse Paper Company […]

April 2013 Trail Map

Here is the map for April, showcasing a popular banner motif.  Let’s see what our artists did with this sketch. stamp credits:  Seaside Stampin’ Ink Ken will have a full tutorial on his card tomorrow. stamp credits:  Stampin’ Up! stamp credits:  Stampin’ Up! stamp credits: Hampton Arts and Hero Arts Debbie will also be providing […]

Calendar Stamping-April Showers

April Showers By:  Cathy Peper, Artistic Guide Finished project size:  8.5 by 11 inch Editor’s Note:  Cathy submitted this as a weekly blog entry, and it’s categorized as such.  However, I think a full 12 month calendar would make a wonderful holiday gift.  Cathy got her pages from the hostess of the swap, but there are […]

May 2011 Trail Map

This month’s trail map created a lot of enthusiasm from our artistic guides.  A couple of guides submitted multiple cards, and some included detailed directions that will be posted over several days.  There’s a surprising assortment of designs and colors as well.  Grandpa Ken, our resident biker, did a card all in shades of pink, and […]

My Favorite Things- Day Four

Today is smell- “I love the smell of lilacs in the early morning.” Stamp the the Lilacs (Stampin’  UP!) on the base tag with purple ink. Stamp several times without reinking so the lilacs appear to fade. Stamp the lilacs on another paper in purple and blue. Cut these out and using a hole puncher, punch […]

My Favorite Things- Day One

My Favorite Things- Day One As you all know, Bea and Stephanie asked the crew to participate in doing a fat book with the theme of “my favorite things”. Well right off I had 2 issues to deal with. The first was how do I narrow down my favorite things. There are so many things […]