Believe in the Magic!


I am really loving all the Tim Holtz stamps, especially all the Christmas sets. Tomorrow evening is the last class at Photo Memories in Halifax, and this is one of the cards we will be making. Val and I are teaching this class together. She has a card that she is teaching, then we are teaching a shoe together. Val’s shoe is in the store, mine is here at home! I will post it tomorrow. The class will be a blast as we are making it a bit of a party! There will be giveaways, home baked goodies, chocolate, and punch! We hope to see you there!


Have a great evening!!! And Happy Thanksgiving to all our American friends!!!



SDC20–Bling Bling–Stampotique Challenge

Woohoo….it's time for another Stampotique Designer's Challenge!  This week I am the hostess again. I thought since Christmas is right around the corner, we could make some projects with BLING! This week is a Stampotique Originals stamps only.  Be sure to join in the fun and link up your creation at the Stampotique Designers Challenge Blog for a chance to win a $30 gift certificate to the Stampotique shop!! We can’t wait to see your creations!

Now onto my card.


I used Angelboy, Mistletoe, Small word star, and Merry Kiss-mas. The background is done with Distress inks. Angelboy was stamped and embossed, coloured with Distress inks and then cut out. All other stamps were stamped with Distress inks, and then I added tons of stickles so my card would be blinged!! lol

Thank you so much for stopping by, and I can’t wait to see your creations for this challenge!



Congratulations to Mike, Jen and Zachary!


This is the card I made for my son and his family! Zachary is my first grandchild, and he is so beautiful! I wanted to make something special to congratulate them all!

I just love Webster’s Pages papers. I cut the paper so the carriage would be the focus. Then I cut some of the flowers and layered them on the left corner. I cut out the butterflies from another piece of paper and layered them, so they look like they are flying off the paper. Then I started looking for the perfect sentiment, which I found!  The sentiment is from Quietfire Design. I used Nestibilities for the top layer, and traced the outside layer and cut. I then added a couple embellishments from the Tim Holtz line. Sometimes you make a card and you like it, but then you make one you love. Well, this is one of my favorites, I love it!


I do have some more cards to share with you, but still need to take pictures. I will do that today or tomorrow.

Here is a more recent picture of Zachary!


Thank you for stopping by!


Stampers Anonymous Jesters


I made this card a while back, but never shared it on my blog. I just love Stampers Anonymous stamps and don’t often get a chance to play with them. I used their Art background stamp in the background in a couple different colours, the arches, which I cut out, and the jesters that we cut out and layered as well. It really was a fast and fun card to make.


Thank you for stopping by today!


Cards for Class at Photo Memories


I wanted to share a couple cards with you that were made for a class at Photo Memories. We did another card as well, but I had already shown it on my blog.  This was a beginners class, but I wanted to show them how to make more than just the normal fold card. We did a gatefold card and an easel card. They enjoyed the class.

Anyway, here are the photos:


The above card is made with Hero Arts stamps. The house is coloured with Copic Markers.


The above is the outside of the card, below is the inside. We used all Tim Holtz stamps. We also used Lotus Pendant from Nestibilities, and Tim’s awesome ticket die with coordinating stamps! Love that! This was a fun card to make!


Thank you so much for stopping by!


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