June 30

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

Stephanie McKinnon

What state do you live in?


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  • Stephanie, just sending a hi and hug your way.

  • Hi Stephanie.  I have a tutorial here: http://melanieschulenberg.blogspot.com/2010/10/ponsettia-treat-box-...

    for the Treat Card Box you were asking someone about.  The project was on the Holiday Blitz last year on SCS, where you can find the template also.


  • Wow, Stephanie!  Thanks for the kind words, they are much appreciated :)

  • hi there did you watch the video/ I have cut my die flower but did not remove it from the dsp. The video shows how I twist the petal without removing the die cut. Hope this helps.~Donna
  • Stephanie, I reviewed your samples and they all look beautiful! Love the little crab with sweet treat cup. too cute.

    Also wanted to say thanks so much for the sweet comment on my "Reflections" card. I love to brayer. You'll love the class I'm sure. I just used her tutorials .. she does a great step by step instructions and that card seems to suit you fine .. I'm assumming you live in Florida too. Have fun!

  • Hi Stephanie!

    Thanks for you comment on my double-pocket purses!

    Here are the instructions I have for them.  Hope you enjoy making them!

    Sorry for the delay.  Double%20Pocket%20purse%20pattern.pdf

  • Thank you for your kind comments Stephanie. I do not create cards, I CASE the work of others, so to share, all I have is business advice and memory. I try to help as much as I am helped.

    Jean has an incredible database, so along with a great memory and never sleeping and a williing heart, she can actually find stuff that I would have lost long ago, if I had ever downloaded it.

    Hopefully we are all moved to help where we can. I am loving your beautiful pink and black card that is flashing above my typing right now.

  • Thanks Stephanie. The card stock piece measured 3 3/8" x 4 3/4"
  • Spider Web Card: ran vellum cs thru the emb. folder, using 2 way glue to run over raised areas of web, added glitter, with spray glue added vellum piece to BLACK cs. Such an easy card.Thanks for looking.
  • My original intent was so that these could be samples for "note" type cards. The inside card would be blank and only the initial would be on the front (of course other picture stamps are fine). You could use just the "F" and not "friends" from the set you were referring to. Make sense?
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