May 1

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Barbara Stringer

What state do you live in?


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  • Barbara,

    Are you still an SU demo? Haven't seen or heard from you in forever.

  • Hey Barb...if you wan t to visit my blog...have some of my samples on there but haven't posted in the last couple of weeks.... www.franscraftplace.blogspot.com Fran

  • Hi Barb...So nice to hear from you....Fran In AL

  • I get them at either Wal-Mart or an office supply store. I have to cut about 3/4" off the bottom and they fit perfectly!

  • Hi Barbara,

    If you'd like to visit my website www.stampinjan.stampinup.net you'll find a complete list of all the materials needed to make this card.  But in a nutshell, simply stamp your image with craft ink, onto vellum cardstock, add clear emboss powder, apply heat and then punch out with the Butterfly Punch.  Underneath that, affix a butterfly that has been stamped off using the same colour of classic ink on Whisper White Card Stock before being punched out.  And finally, underneath that, stamp some antennae!!!  Add a Basic Rhinestone for the head and you're done.  Thanks for asking.  By the way, your samples are all gorgeous, I might add! 

  • I had a book that I originally got the pattern from, and as soon as I find it, I will tell you what book it is. Okay?
  • Hi Barbara, I found the template for the apron card on http://www.ruthannzaroff.com/mirkwooddesigns/templates.htm
  • Hi Barbara I got the calendars from andrea's webstore and I will look for my instruction on how I did the pattern for the book I know I used the white cardboard from dsp packs and cut to fit I will send them to you thanks'Kim
  • Hi Barbara she did not have any instruction for the book I just played and was able to come up with this I was going to use a tin but it wouldn't fit.
    Thanks Kim
  • The orange flower on Jackie Tillman's page:
    scallop punch - cut each petal - sponge
    Circle punch - go around the circle with the end of the word window
    ;punch. cut petals at each "point"
    Boho Blossoms - punch two smallest flowers.
    Layer and accent center - I used sticles.
    You may also like my inspiration at www.margaretmoody.typepad.com
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