May 28

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

Nance Lempinen-Leedy

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  • I am loving all your cards, Nance!   

  • Hi Nance, Aw, that's ok....  Time passes too quickly to begin with, don't you think?  I was surprised to see your reply two days later myself, somehow I don't recall seeing a message that you'd left one... so I am sorry too; ha!  Thanks so much for your tip...  I always wonder if SNAIL is good enough on pourous things and then get curious about what supplies people use so I do thank you for your "words."

    You are absolutely welcome for my comments on your beautifl work/s too....  Your work is always sooo gorgeous and I love it all.

    Thanks again and happy stamping!!!  Warmly, Donna

  • Hi Nance, My goodness, I adore your Mixed Bunch card in the two color schemes, it's gorgeous!  Your blog is beautiful... I just hopped over to figure out how you'd glued down your ribbon leaves?  I didn't find any clue.... did you use a few glue dots, and they are holding things together well... still?  Or?  What did you do?  I appreciate your help, thanks so much!  I love you cards to pieces, especially the purple one!  Cheers, Donna

  • The stamp room remodel was something my husband did for me while I was at Convention. Of course, there were hubby bonus points awarded! Kinda sorry he's coming with me to Leadership ... no telling what I'd come home to!  :)

  • Nance, everything you touch just turns into AWESOME!!! I just had a blast snooping through your gallery - very talented!  Thanks for sharing all this with us!

  • Thank you for the comment on my profile explaining how you did your beautiful layered flower with the Day of Gratitude set. I love your card samples...all so unique and very interesting, Nance!!!
  • Thanks Nance! I'm looking forward to seeing all you upcoming creations...Barb
  • Hi again Nance!

    I only allowed three scalloped circles per flower & with I had left four - but live & learn. Have decided to add a little pre-made ivory rose to the center of each or even crumple a smaller scallop circle & hot glue it to each center - kind of like that solution because I want to use the roses for my Christmas cards this year! As soon as I have them completed at work this week, I will be sure to post a picture of them on my new blog - there is a link to it on my page. You know, I'm glad that I was put in charge of all the table decorations, because it brought me out of my "creative slump"! Have a great day :-)

    Your new friend in the Pacific Northwest,
    Carol Hodson
  • Hi Nance!

    I just LOVE your flower on your "Shabby Vintage" card! I am making 70 favor boxes that I am filling with chocolate for a meeting that my school is hosting on August 19. When I saw that you had only used several scallop circles in your beautiful flower, I went through the ones I had already added brads to secure the layers & went from 7 to 3 layers - http://www.stampinconnection.com/photo/vsd-treat-box-flower-closeup... - since I had already made a base out of the Island Floral die, I didn't need 4 circles. The simpler flower really looks great & all I need to do to finish is shimmer spritz them. Since I was put in charge of all the table decorations, as soon as the tables have been set up, I will take a picture & post it on SC or my brand new blog on my DWBS. Thank you for your wonderful inspiration :-)

    Carol Hodson
    Washington State
  • That is easy,as it saves you from using glue! You could also adhere "sticky pages" page205 catalog, to your foam...then die cut. Add beads,rhinestones,or pearls...badda bing.. Bling! TFS! Kimberly
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