Wow! Long time, no see. As usually happens over the summer, I got busy with the kids and was kind of burned out on crafting, but I’m back to blogging and kicking things off with World Card Making Day. I did a card for the OWH (Operation Write Home) Stars … Continue reading
Well,it’s always good to be reminded of OWH card standards. Here’s a good discussion of glitter and OWH cards: http://operationwritehome.org/owhtv-week-120-dimension-and-glitter/. Glitter is dangerous to heroes abroad, because it easily rubs off on them and makes them visible to night vision goggles. I’d made these cards, thinking Stickles was okay, but … Continue reading
Here are the cards I worked on for World Card Making day, Oct 5 2013. Watch my video at the end to see the list of materials and stamps used. These cards feature new dies I have, both standard AccuCut dies, and custom AccuCut dies I’ve had made:
I used a stamp from the Tim Holtz Autumn Blueprint set. The greeting is from the Stampin’ Up! All Year Cheer III set. Another version, clean and simple. The greeting/phrase is an Inky Antics, called Autumn Smile E1-5161-E. I’m experimenting with video journaling for my cards and craft projects. Here’s … Continue reading
I cut a double-liner for heroes (OWH lingo – military service members) to write home extra-long notes to family and friends. Shipped my second box of OWH cards. Whew! Probably just barely made the Oct 31 deadline for Christmas cards. I got the OWH email receipt on the 30th, so … Continue reading
My favorite card from my first box of OWH cards, shipped 9-28, hopefully they made it in with the rest of the Thanksgiving cards! Here’s a vid that shows all 5 designs I included in the box.
Funny how you can find something, and it’s instant KISMET. That’s what happened to me on Sunday morning, September 9, 2012. I was hunting on the ‘net, looking for pages that would answer the question, “What is the point of 6×6 paper pads?” Well, I got some good answers which … Continue reading