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Valentine Day Presents-Family Frames and Conversation Hearts

I had this post ready to post on Monday but it didn't. Sorry, but I am not a TECH guru so I will give this post another try.I have been wanting to make these frames forever!!! I made these for my adult kids, myself and my older brother Doug for Valentine's Day. I made them in their living room colors. Although I used Stampin' Up! only products (with the exception of the frame), some are retired. 


Lost Lagoon:


Pumpkin Pie:


Cajun Craze:


Delightful Dijon:


Mossy Meadow:



Stamp Sets: Trust God, Flowering Flourishes, Going Global, French Script background (retired), Embrace Life (retired), That's Nice (retired)

Ink: Delightful Dijon, Cajun Craze, Pumpkin Pie, Mossy Meadow, Lost Lagoon

Paper: Delightful Dijon, Cajun Craze, Pumpkin Pie, Mossy Meadow, Lost Lagoon, Very Vanilla (for background and 2" squares)

Accessories: Trimmer, dimensionals, SNAIL, tear tape, Big Shot, polka dot embossing folder (retired), Alphabet embossing folder (retired), Woodgrain embossing folder, poetry embossing folder (retired), embossed hearts embossing folder, small heart punch, heart punch, rhinestones, jewelry punch (retired), heart strip embossing folder (retired), small butterfly punch,  washi label punch, 2" circle punch, sponges, white baker's twine, Typeset Alphabet dies (retired), triple flower punch (retired), white enamel dots, 8 x 10 inch frame from Walmart.

I made these candy filled bags for my bible study group. I found the print out on Pinterest. 


Here is a close-up of the tags:



I hope that I inspired you today in some way!



If you are in the United States and need a demonstrator, you can order your supplies in my online store here.  Thanks for looking!

Hubby's new ride

Hi Ladies,

Saturday we made a trip to Indianapolis, Indiana to pick up my hubby's new truck!!! It was a beautiful day for a road trip. With the exception of getting lost due to GPS being wrong, all in all it was a good day to spend time together. It was about 720 miles roundtrip!!! Needless to say, no stamping today got done today!!!




Graduation/Congrats card candy swap

Hi Ladies,

I participated in a swap on another board. In case you don't know what a swap is--you sign up in a group. The "hostess" states the theme and how many are to be made. For example, this one was for graduation/congrats card candy. You were to make 6 different "candies" for a total of 4. Card candy is one of my favorites. You can use them on future cards or on scrapbook pages.

Here is mine: