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Trick-or-Treat Card

Hello Friends! My good friend Gretchen Schmidt is back with another great card! {She is so awesome to share with us!}  This card is one of my favorites for two reasons. 1.  It has a POP UP!  ;) 2.  It has STAMPS!  :) Pop ups and stamping go so well together!  ;) Directions -Create a 8-1/2” x 5-1/2” card base out of kraft cardstock, fold in half to create your card. Cut a second card front

9/30/2011 2:15:00 PM | Comments (0) | Send a Message (PeaMail) | Vote for this Blog Post

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Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop: Fringed Flower

Hi everyone- Eileen Hull here again inviting you head on over to my blog and see the second installment in a series of twelve blog hops featuring Fresh Vintage dies. Today's project is the Fringed Flower, one of my favorites! There are so many ways you can use it- on scrapbook pages, cards, gift boxes, pins, hair and shoe accessories, home decor pieces and clothing. And the materials you

9/29/2011 2:15:00 PM | Comments (0) | Send a Message (PeaMail) | Vote for this Blog Post

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Floral Coin Purse

Hello, Friends! Last week, I got back from ten days in South Africa.  I taught over 600 students techniques using our dies and products.  What a blast!  I also got to spend some time touring the beautiful town of Cape Town. This coin purse by Debi reminds me of the gift shops in Cape Town.  Bright colors and beautiful patterns were everywhere!  Instructions: Die-cut shapes out of

9/28/2011 2:00:00 PM | Comments (0) | Send a Message (PeaMail) | Vote for this Blog Post

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Hi everyone! My name is Eileen Hull and I design dies for Sizzix. ScoreBoard dies are my specialty- they cut and score matboard and other thick materials into boxes, folders and books.  My vision for Fresh Vintage dies is to use them with recycled and vintage materials like book pages, ledger paper, coffee filters, tissue paper, sewing patterns, tin foil, fleece, fabric, felt and whatever else

9/27/2011 2:15:00 PM | Comments (0) | Send a Message (PeaMail) | Vote for this Blog Post

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A Batty Halloween...

Hello, Friends! My friend Gretchen Schmidt sent me this adorable Halloween Decoration and I had to share it with you!  Imagine decorating your home with these oh, so spooky bats!!!  ;) Instructions: Assemble bats according to die cut directions, use googly eyes or a white pen to make the eyes stand out. Hang with clear thread and attach to ceiling using thumb tacks. Quick and easy

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Wishing You Joy & Happiness Card

Hello, Friends! I {love} this wedding card by Debi.  Not only is it elegant and beautiful, but it's PURPLE!  And, PURPLE is the BEST color in the world!  ;) Instructions: Cut cardstock to size and fold to form card base. Trim a strip of patterned paper to fit across the bottom of the card front Emboss a piece of cardstock using the Frame, Ornate #2 embossing folder. Trim to size and attach

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Embossed Quality Scallop Circle Bag

Hello, Friends! I recently had some friends stay at my house for five nights and six days.  Wowsers!  ;)  THAT is a long time!  ;)  Don't get me wrong, we had a wonderful time...AND, I had fun decorating their bathroom.  I even included a little sewing kit in case they needed it.  {I think I should open a Bed and Breakfast!}  haha..... Anyway, I wish I would of put the sewing kit in this cute

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Tweet Bird & Flowers Scrapbook Page

Hello, Friends! Debi created this adorable layout that is perfect for many different themes!  Although, I'll be honest, I {love} this picture!  ;) Instructions: Cut a piece of white cardstock to size to form a scrapbook page base. Emboss opposite edges of page using the Elegant Vine embossing folder. Trim a piece colored cardstock to size and attach to the scrapbook page. If desired,

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Tickled Pink Baby Shower Invite

Hello, Friends! My friend is having a baby shower soon and I thought this invitation idea by Debi would be perfect for her invites!  Aren't they adorable?!? Instructions: Cut a Pregnant Woman out of cardstock using the eclips machine and the Baby Shower & Precious Cartridge. Print out a baby shower invitation on cardstock, leaving room for a Pregnant Woman silhouette. Adhere the Pregnant

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Jeepers Creepers!

Hello, Friends! My friend Gretchen Schmidt is back with another great project!   This card is sure to surprise!  {And just in time for Halloween!} Instructions: Outside: Start with a white 4-1/4” x 5-1/2” card base. Layer the front with Halloween themed patterned paper. Dry brush some white acrylic paint where you will be placing your title, let dry. Cut a thin strip of coordinating paper

9/19/2011 2:00:00 PM | Comments (0) | Send a Message (PeaMail) | Vote for this Blog Post

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Very Happy Birthday Card

Hello, Friends! My Mom's birthday is coming up, so I'm looking for a birthday card idea.  I think I found one by Debi that I want to re-create.  :) Instructions: Cut cardstock to size and fold to form card base. Cut one strip of gray cardstock and one strip of patterned paper to fit front of card and attach. Stitch ribbon to card and add bow. Cut three squares fit across the top of the card

9/16/2011 2:00:00 PM | Comments (0) | Send a Message (PeaMail) | Vote for this Blog Post

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Dinner Party Name Plate

Hello, Friends! Do you have family or friends over for dinner often?  On big holidays, we have our entire family over.  We also have friends stay with us often and I plan on using Debi's Name Plate the next time we have a dinner. Instructions: Cover a piece of mat board with patterned paper. Die-cut Table Tent from paper-covered mat board and fold along crease lines to assemble. Tie a

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Hello, Friends! Karen wanted to show the versatility of the Pop-up Snowman die so here are several cards she has made using this die. You can use the accessory pieces included on the die (hat, buttons, stick arms, boots, carrot nose, eyes, mouth) to make snowmen in a variety of scenes, styles and poses, from traditional winter scenes, to beach scenes, to a dude ranch! For other seasons,

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Your'e Batty!

Hello, Friends! My friend Gretchen Schmidt sent me the most adorable Halloween Tag! Doesn't it just get you in the Halloween spirit?!?  I love it! Instructions: Decorate tag with patterned papers and stickers making sure to leave a space in the center where the bat body will go. Use a border punch on patterned paper strips if desired, edge tag with acrylic paint, and add matching ric-rac.

9/13/2011 2:00:00 PM | Comments (0) | Send a Message (PeaMail) | Vote for this Blog Post

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Owl Wall Decor

Hello, Friends! Is this owl adorable or what?!?  Wouldn't he make the best fall decoration for your home?!?  Deena created this little critter.  :) Instructions: Hand-cut an Owl from burlap backed with medium to heavy-weight cardstock. Stitch along edges of the Owl using a sewing machine. If desire, add a mat board or chipboard backing to the owl to make it more rigid. Hand-cut wings for

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Let's Get Ready for....Halloween!

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