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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Scrapbook Page with Full of Life stamp set

  As I said a few days ago, I am trying to get some more scrapbook pages together, using stamps for my scrapbooking customers. Again, with the Top Notes die, the heart punch and a single fleurette. I love that thing!!! Of course, I used the great Bella Rosa set again and the Full of Life stamp set.
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More Botanical Blooms

I am really loving this set, too bad there is only one day left, I sure could do a lot more with it. Anywho, here is a mothers day card, the first picture is the outside, I am so addicted to the top notes die, I could probably use it on every card I make. Also, the Bella Rosa paper has got to be one of the most beautiful sets.

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  Here is the inside of the mothers day card. I made it to go with the exploding box I posted a few days ago. I need to do more card insides, I never finish them...
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Botanical Blooms

  I got this idea from online, from the Stampin up website, designed by Mercedes Weber, it didnt come out quite how I wanted it, but, I think it is cute enough, what do you think?

  This card started out as the second in Mercedes' 3 for $5 class, but, wasnt working the way I wanted and I really liked the Botanical blooms, so, I made another one...
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Easter Basket

 

Just a few pictures of the easter basket workshop I am working on, I am gonna fill it with these great decoupage eeggs I found in Martha Stewart Living. The first picture is some sizzix butterflies.


  The second pictures is from Botanical blooms, from the spring mini book from SU.


  The Easter egg side, is probably my least favorite, but its from the Eight Great Greetings set from SU


  Finally, another sizzix shape, a die-cut bunny, I used Mulberry Papers and my copics to color him in.
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