November 18

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

Julie Stayrook

What state do you live in?


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  • Hi Julie, How are you?  I posted a comment where you had also and hope I answered your question there(?)!!!  :)  Best wishes, Donna   http://www.stampinconnection.com/photo/papillon-book?context=latest

  • See, I assumed you were in So Cal all this time. I am guessing you aren't too far north, because Marysville and parts north were posting 107 and up yesterday. My computer kept saying it was 108, but it gives me the temp for Red Bluff or Redding. That is comforting in the winter, but it is nice to know that at 4500 feet, we probably won't even hit 100. Really good since we don't have AC up here.

    Stay cool, which means, stay inside or in the pool.

  • Hi Julie, I sent the SAB Glittery Blinkie Link you requested to your Stampin' Connection email.  Happy New Year!

  • hi julie, saw your comment to debbie keane about her christmas lodge card.  just wanted to let you know that the alphabet set she used is not retired!  it can be found on p.144 in the new catty!  hope it stays around for a long time...i use this set for my mongram note cards which have become vey popular for me!  often when i send out a note using them i get asked if i can make a set!  several years ago i offered them for customers to make as christmas gifts and it was a BIG hit!  smiles, karen :-)

  • Thanks Julie for your comments. A lot of my customers like to make Christmas cards in the summer. I do a 10 cards,10 envelopes for$30 a couple of times and then all they have to do is address them. Plus as hot as it has been it makes you think cool!!
  • Hi again (you're welcome, too), how are you?

    The pieces do fit together well enough.  I meant to add that I don't bone-folder-crease that back panel but meant to imply that by scoring the back panel it allows the recipient to lift open the card to read the message (vs. pulling the card apart).  I think if you give it a try (maybe use scrap paper first), you'll see how it "comes together." 

    I'm laughing over whether you are confused; ha.  In that moment I see your clarity, it's like putting on a perfectly hemmed dress and it goes up higher in the back due to a larger bum; ha ha!  But your card will be fine; LOL.

    I'm well, thanks Julie.  School finals and half days are next week and then it's the summer break.  There is always plenty to do but; all is well!  Best wishes for you tooo!  Stamping hugs, Donna

  • Donnasaid…

    Hi Julie, how are you?  I saw your question on this post:  http://www.stampinconnection.com/photo/heartfelt-thanks-455?xg_sour... and wanted to say that when I make cards like this one (i.e., scallop circle or square card), I just score the back piece left-to-right about a 1/4" down from the top (or a touch more) and bend it.  Add your sticky strip above the crease and then adhere the front and back together.  HTH!  :)  Have a great night, Donna

  • Hi Julie,

    Thank you SO much for your wonderful comment on my owl graduation card (here:  http://www.stampinconnection.com/photo/graduation-go-blue?xg_source...)  I posted my comment to answer your question but if I am confusing at all, please let me know, ok.  Short answer is that there is only one piece of the white card stock (smile).

    I clearly remember a card of yours that I'd cased; love your stuff too.  It was the fabulous florets in melon mambo.  I think I changed the card base color to gray from the melon mambo (or vice versa, don't recall now) but still love that card so much!

    I love this camaraderie and sharing and smiles and love on thise site.....  Thanks for your inspiration pieces also!

    Have a great week!  Donna

  • Thanks for leaving me a comment - it was a fun bag to make: Find the directions here:


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