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

Sharon Field

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http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/createdbyu/ and( http://createdbyu.blogspot.com )

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  • Hi Sharon,   How are you?  Sorry, it took me this long to accept your to my Stampin' Connection friend invite.  I took a very long break from Stampin' Up!  :-) S

  • Thanks for being a member of our Late Night Stamper group.

    Make sure to check out our Treasure Hunt game with $150 stamp prize! 
  • Hi Sharon,  I have a SU blog at my website at http://www.franceskukulis.stampinup.net.  TFL at my Christmas cards and for your nice comments.  Fran

  • Hi Sharon,  Thanks so much for your blog adress... I can't wait to start perusing over there!  :)  Thanks much!  Warmly, Donna

  • The mini blog hop was great!  Thanks for cueing "us" in!  Your Rue...cards are great.

  • Sharon I am honored that you would leave a comment for one of my cards. Thank you!
  • Hi Sharon, How are you?  Do you have a blog address, I'd love to follow you!  :D  Thanks, Donna
  • Hi Sharon,  Thanks so much for sharing so many lovely samples on SC - you have a lovely style.
  • Sharon, I am working with your tutorial on the double twisted easel card and something about the measurements and the fact that it is supposed to fit in an A2 envelope is not right either that or my husband the math genius and I are both crazy!  If you start out with 4 1/4 x 11 " CS and score the way you have suggested  and then turn your cardstock to cut it to the 2 3/4" score line, if you cut at 2 3/4, you will not have two squares of 2 3/4" each.  You will have one square at 2 3/4 and one rectangle at 2 3/4 x 1 1/2" .  The only way you can have 2 3/4" squares at the top of that card is if the card stock measures 11 x 5 1/2 to begin with and then it is once again a square card!  If I am right, you might want to change your tutorial on your blog.  If I am crazy, you can email me what I am doing wrong at ClazeeRadee@aol.com.  Thanks
  • Hi Sharon,

    (foreign to me but...) Thank you for the info.  You probably write this stuff dozens of times!  I did check it out and clicked on that linky tool (thingy; ha!).  Will experiment and ask for hubby's help.  Wasn't sure about it all and will look at it again later.

    I feel from the few challenges I've participated in that I actually did know how to think for myself.  I need guidelines and samples...  Anyway, your challenge blog looks like fun and I will try to play too!

    Humble thanks,

    Donna -- Have a sunny day!!


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