Tag Archives: May Flowers

New 2017-2019 In-Colors!

The new Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog is coming out on June 1, 2017, and with it comes new colors!  Each year, Stampin’ Up! introduces five “In-Colors” to its permanent palette to keep the colors fresh and on trend.  The In-Colors are only available for two years, and they are specifically created to coordinate with each other, as well as the previous year’s In-Colors. Well, I have to say that I’m a… Read More »

Tarnished Foil Technique

I was looking through Pinterest the other day and saw a really cool stamping technique!  It’s called the Tarnished Foil technique. I thought I’d try it out this weekend, and if I could figure out how to do it, I’d design a card for my Stamp Club coming up on January 19th.  The card below it my test case (after one failure!)  It looks pretty similar to the examples I saw,… Read More »

September Desktop Calendars

I finished my September 2017 Desktop Calendars!!!!  I had every intention of completing them last month; in fact, I printed the calendar sheets, cut them out, and even had the basic idea designed in my head, but then the month got away from me… Well, moving on.  For this edition, I used the Falling Flowers stamp set and May Flowers Framelits Dies.  I know you might be saying, flowers again???  But,… Read More »

Watercolor Falling Flowers

One of my very favorite products from the Annual Catalog is the Serene Scenery Designer Series Paper Stack.  It’s got gorgeous background papers, including the beautiful wood background paper that I’m featuring on my card today.  There are four sheets of this paper in the stack, and I’m hording them for very special cards. And this card is very, very special.  It’s for a dear friend of mine who’s father… Read More »

Senior Dancers’ Gift

About a month ago, my daughter asked if I could create a special gift for her dance teacher for the end of the dance season.  She wanted me to make a framed picture of all the senior dancers that are graduating this year.  All of these girls have been students at the studio for years!!!  My daughter Shannon started dancing there at 5, and I know some of these girls… Read More »