Birthday card 1

Materials needed:
Pacific point card stock cut 8 1/2×5 1/2
Whisper white card stock cut 5 1/4×4
Real red, daffodil delight, old olive, & pacific point ink pads
Old olive, pacific point, and real red markers
New scalloped tag topper punch
Scraps of whisper white
Stazon ink
Gorgeous grunge stamp set
Sketched Birthday stamp set
Real red card stock cut 2×2 1/2

Fold pacific point in half to form card
On whisper white stamp the smallest grunge stamp in all colors of ink and then attach to card base.
Take the piece of real red card stock and with scalloped tag punch, punch the two long ends. Add to center of card
With ascrap of whisper white stamp the balloon in stazon and the cupcake from sketched Birthday with makers and make sure you huff on it before you stamp.
Cut both out
add cupcake to red piece
Color in balloon and add rhinestones
Add balloon under red with a dimensional under the balloon.
Enjoy Brenda


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Tips & Ideas

Do you hate using glitter and embossing powder because it makes such a mess?
Well I have the solution.
Do all your glittering or embossing and when you are done take a lint roller to take excess off of your projects and your work
Surface. You can use the disposable ones but even better I use a sticky lint roller that you can rinse off and use again.
Enjoy Brenda

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Grocery list


Materials needed:
1 piece of card stock your choice in color
Ink pad to match your color card stock
Scrap of white card stock
Score board
Small scalloped circle or oval punch
Sticky strip
Stamp set of your choice, I used a retired stamp set from last years sale-a-bration
Jr. Legal pad that you can have cut at Staples ( you have them take off the small end and then cut in half).

Out of card stock cut one piece 8 1/4×2 1/2 and another at 2 1/2×2
Take the smaller piece and score at 1 7/16 and 1 11/16
If you wish you can ink the edges of the card stock to give it dimension
Take smaller piece and wrap around the top of the note pad and sticky strip in place.
Sticky strip note pad to the base piece of card stock
On scrap of white stamp your small image or treating
Punch out with the decorative punch and adhere to the top of note pad.
WALLA! You are done.
Enjoy Brenda

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Our Son

I wanted to introduce our son Patrick.
We got Patrick as a foster child when he was 11 years old, and he is now 18 years old.
About 4 years ago me and my husband Vern. decided that we wanted to adopt Patrick as our own son. Patrick was ok with that but he wanted to keep his own name. . So there for we did guardianship with him and he was able to keep his name. Patrick had a tough beginning to his life but has grown emencly in the 7 years he has been with us. He is a great kids and we love him very much.


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Up, Up, and Away!

Materials needed:
Chocolate chip, night of navy, pacific point, real red, Daffodil delight card stock
Whisper white card stock cut 8 1/2×5 1/2
Scrap of whisper white card stock
Big shot
Cloudy day textured impressions embossing folder
Stazon black
Candy dots
Real red ink pad
Dark blue & Brown marker
2 1/2 circle punch
For the birds stamp set
Large oval punch
Sponge dabber

Fold whisper white card stock in half
Cut pacific point card stock 5 1/4×4
Run through big shot with cloudy day embossing folder
Adhere to whisper white card
Punch out 3 circles from real red, daffodil delight, and night of navy.
Cut red and blue circles in a moon shape and adhere to the yellow one.
Cut a basket out of chocolate chip and draw on lines with brown markers.
String twin from ballon to basket attaching with snail.
Attach to card with snail and add birds to the side with dark blue marker.
Stamp it’s your birthday from, for the birds stamp set in black stazon
Punch out with large oval punch. ink the edges and center with a spong dabber and real red ink pad.
Attach to the balloon and add candy dots.


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Let it Snow!

Materials needed:
1/2 sheet of whisper white card stock
Pacific point card stock cut 8 1/2×5 1/2
Chocolate chip card stock
Black. Card stock
Black and orange markers
Northern flurry textured impression folder
Best of snow stamp set
Circle punches 2 1/2, 1 1/4, &1 3/8
Big shot
Marina mist ink pad

Fold pacific point in half
Run through the big shot with northern flurries textured embossing folder
Punch out 3 circles out of each punch size with whisper white
Stamp let it snow on largest circle in Marina mist ink
Cut out arms out of chocolate chip card stock
Then assemble snowman putting arms under the middle circle
Draw on buttons, eyes and mouth with black marker and nose from orange marker.
Cut our a black hat and put on rhinestones and then put on snowman.
And lastly add rhinestones to the snowflakes and stamped image


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So cute, so cute

Don’t you just love cute things?
Well I do and here is one I just have to show you. My cute little puppy dog Sophia Sue Wilkinson or for short Sophie.
She is 5 years old and she was bought 5 years ago for my husband for Father’s Day.
Introducing Sophie Bophie!


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Mr. Snowman

Materials needed:
3- 8 1/2×11 sheets of whisper white card stock
Spritzer filled with illuminate refill and alchole
3 black brads
Brown marker
Blue marker
White ribbon
Silver glitter paper
Blue card stock
Black card stock
Big shot
Candy dots
Black sharpie
Orange card stock
Snowflake punch
Sticky strip
Embossing folder, your choice
Heavy glue

Out of whisper white cut
one 4 1/2×6 1/2
One 6×8 1/2
And one 7 1/2×10 1/2
Then the first one score at 1 1/2, & 3 the short way then turn and score at 1 1/2, 3, 4 1/2 & 6
Then score the second one at 2 & 4 on the short side, turn and score at 2, 4, 6, & 8
Then the last one score at 2 1/2, 5, on short side turn and score at 2 1/2, 5, 7 1/2, & 10
Fold on all score lines and cut slits on opposite sides of each box and cut off the end 1/2 inch tab at top and bottom.
Use sticky strip to assemble boxes
When all are together stack on top of each other using sticky strip
Punch 3 holes witha piercer and add glue and black brads
Color chip board in brown, cut out arms and add to sides with glue
Color ribbon blue and add around neck securing with sticky strip, fringe edges.
Run black card stock through big shot with textured embossing folder and cut out a hat.
Add a strip of silver glimmer paper across the rim and add a snowflake
Add to the snowman
Take a black sharpie and color in 2 rhinstones and 5 candy dots black.
Add to his face and then cut out and roll a carrot nose, and add to his face with strong glue.
When all dry take the spritzer with illuminate and spritz snowman all over.
Let dry and you are done
Enjoy Brenda


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Let it Snow Card

Materials Needed:
Whisper White Card stock cut 5 1/2×8 1/2
Another piece o whiper white card stock 8 1/2x 5 1/2
Piece of marina mist card stock cut 5 14×4
Northern Flurry textured embosing folder
Snow day stamp set
Marina mist ink pad
Night of navy ink pad
Chocolate chip ink pad
Dazzling Details
Big Shot
Snail adhesive

Fold whisper white in half
Take piece of marina mist card sr\toclk and run through the big shot
Adhere to the whisper white card stock with snail
Out of the other piece of whisper white cut out a snow mound and put on dazzling details, let dry.
Adhere to the bottom of the card
On the rest of the whisper white stamp the snowman out of marina mist and add the feachers of the snowmans face.
Add the arms out of chocolate chip, scarf, hat, and buttons from night of navy ink pad
Cut out snowman and put onto card with dimensionals
Stamp a few snow flacks arounnd the card and add the rhinstones to the snowflaxes.
You are done


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