Fast Friday – Wetlands at the State Park

Today’s Fast Friday layout is from a weekend getaway my husband and I took to Maine last fall.  One of the days was so warm, that we decided to go hang out at the state park.  It had some nice cool water, but living on the coast, we’re used to the ocean! For this layout, …

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Throw Back Thursday – Time for Tea

Today’s Throwback Thursday has a current retired item and a way-back retried item!  I made this for a special lady for her birthday. The DSP is from the very old Print Poetry, and the card base is Raspberry Ripple from the 2012-2014 In Colors.  The cups, spoon, and tea bag label were all die cut …

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Washi Wednesday with Wetlands

For today’s Washi Wednesday card, I’ve again used the Wetlands stamp set.  It uses more masking (sorry about what turned out to be a masking week!). For this one, I punched out a 2 1/2 circle.  I then put a piece of masking tape across it and sponged the water with Pool Party.  Next, I …

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Technique Tuesday – Reverse Masking

Welcome to Technique  Tuesday.  I’ve chosen to do a reverse masking with the Wetlands stamp set for today’s card. With typical masking, you cover up an image that you do not want to stamp over; with reverse stamping, you expose the portion of the paper you want the ink to appear on. For this one, …

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Masculine Monday with Wetlands

It’s Masculine Monday and this week I’ve decided to showcase the Wetlands set.  After I finished my projects, it occurred to me that all three of my  cards for the week all used masking in one way or another — although they are different uses of masking! For this card, I used painter’s tape to …

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Fast Friday Layout

Today is Fast Friday, and this layout came together really fast — it doesn’t look like it did though, does it? There really were only a few cuts to this.  The background paper is from the retired Farmer’s Market DSP.  I cut a small strip  from a second piece from the Farmer’s Market and mounted …

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