Good morning!  Today’s my third and final day as Guest Designer for JustRite Papercraft.  I’ve had a great time and am sorry to see it end so quickly!

Here’s my final project . . .


Please join me over on the JustRite Papercraft Blog for more photos and all the details!  Let them know you were there too by leaving a comment!


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Good morning!  Today is my second day as Guest Designer over at JustRite Papercrafts.  My project today is using one of the new background stamps.


I hope you’ll join me over on the JustRite Blog for all the details and more photos.


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Good morning!  A few weeks ago I alluded to the fact that I had a couple of surprises coming up.  Today I can finally let the cat out of the bag on one of them . . . I’m Guest Designing for JustRite Papercraft the next 3 days!

Today is my first project . . .


and you can find more photos and all the  details over on the JustRite Blog.  Please hop over and take a look . . . I would definitely appreciate it!



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Happy Tuesday!  How y’all doing?  Wow it has been busy around here . . . lots of crafty time!  I’ve been super busy with monthly projects, tutorials and class projects.  Yes, you read correct class projects . . . we’ll cover that a little more later.

I’ve had a couple of sets of stamps sitting around the studio since November or December.  I can’t really remember when I got them, all I can remember is that I haven’t had time to get them inky.  This weekend I made a point to sit down and color up some images (some for some special projects and some for play).  After walking the little shihtz’ this morning (great weather here finally), I decided to put together a card or two with some of those images.

The one I have today is made with JustRite Stampers Botanical Butterflies.  The image was colored with Copic Markers and then die cut/embossed/layered with Spellbinders™ circles.


I don’t know why I’m in a white mood lately, but white paper is calling me.  Instead of building upon the white, I added some black and then dyed the seam binding to match the colors of the butterfly.


To get the seam binding to just the right color, I started with Dusty Concord Distress Ink.  It was a little too red for my taste, so I kept adding Chipped Sapphire to be the right touch of blue with the purple.

The background was embossed with the new M-Bossabilities, Elite.  I couldn’t resist a little sponging, with Antique Linen, and some sewing.  The end flap on the card was die cut/embossed with Grand Labels Four.

That’s all I have for now.  Thanks for stopping by today!



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