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Catching Up

Filed under: Projects — August 3, 2009 @ 12:42 pm

I am way behind on posting my projects made this summer with all the great products from the new catalog!

This group is made with the Circle Circus and Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set.  For each card I choose a new In Color plus a coordinating color.

Melon Mambo+Green Galore

Rich Razzleberry+Pale Plum

Crushed Curry+Old Olive

Soft Suede+Night of Navy

Bermuda Bay+Cameo Coral

Dusty Durango+Mellow Moss


Lots of Bots:  I had to get this one to scrapbook David’s Robotics Team.  It’s great for cards too.


Razzle Dazzle:


Here is one I made with the gorgeous new Medallion stamp plus my Sanded background in Old Olive and Chocolate Chip.  And also a card with Autumn Days.  That will be a great set for fall and for masculine cards.


This set is made with the Level 3 hostess set Kind & Caring Thoughts.  These are my favorite hostess sets in several years.  And we get 2 new ones to choose from in the Holiday Minicatalog starting Sept 1! 


These cards are made with the Big Shot Movers and Shapers Dies. These are so much fun!  They are a big investment, but you can use them both for window cards and for layering with the SU punches.  The first card shows a technique shown in one of the class planners that SU provides to demos.  Demos are great at sharing (especially when they have a chance to win free stamps)!  To make the half heart trifold, you just position the cutting pad right at the fold.  It’s a little awkward to sent it through the Big Shot, but you will find that only the part of the heart that is on the cutting pad will cut.  What a cool idea!


And here is the last set of cards with a cute accordian card holder held shut with a Jumbo Brad.  I made all these when my downline was over a few weeks ago.  Thanks Pam for sharing your stamps and ideas!  I used the Nouveau Chic DSP for all of these – love it!


If you’ve made it to the end of this long post and need any of the supplies shown here, you can contact me or order online at

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