September 14

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

Tammie DeVane

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  • Hi Tammie, Thank you for your comment.

    I have an old Spellbinders curved border die that I used. It wasn't quite long enough so I extended the shape with scissors on the Real Red, then I used the cut real red to trace the shape onto the Very Vanilla and cut by hand.


  • Hi Tammie,

    Thank you for liking my card.

    The DSP is an old retired one called Parker's Patterns, it was from the 2013 Spring/Summer mini, the one with the blue cover with a notepad on the front for the 25th Anniversary.


  • Tammie DeVane, Thanks for your comments---I used the Kraft Corrugated Paper behind the oval, I used a piece from the Winter Wonderland Specialty Designer Series Paper behind the ovals and another behind the stamped "Silent Night" image (it is just a strip of one of the black and gold striped sheets in the packet---I cut it so it left a bit of gold on each side of the black stripe) and at the bottom of the oval I used a strip of the gold striped sheets from the Winter Wonderland Designer Vellum Pack.3239172318?profile=RESIZE_1024x1024

  • On my Indescribable Gift card, I heat embossed in black the image onto kraft paper and onto shimmery white.  Then I colored the leaves on the kraft paper image and cut out the buds and flowers from the shimmery white and paper pieced them onto the kraft paper.  That's pretty much it.  Tedious, but I love fussy cutting.  Hope this helps!

  • My 3/4" sun circles were stamped onto 90 # watercolor paper and punched out,  but you could use WW or VV CS too.  

  • Hi Tammie DeVane, 

    On my card with the fence and tulips, the CS was Sahara Sand the ink was Basic Black.  I also used Strawberry Slush and Real Red and Pistachio Pudding and Gumball Green Markers on the tulips (they were stamped on Whisper White CS) and a Basic Black Marker on the heart (I punched a small heart out of scrap CS and used it as a mask --- then outlined the heart with the marker and then sponged the center ---- it gave the appearance of looking through the fence this way).  Thanks for looking.

    Frances Kukulis

  • On the Antique Doily card, the blue is Marina Mist.  Thank you for your comment.  What does TFS stand for?

  • Summer Starfruit, Cajun Craze, Soft Suede - :)  on Karen Barber's leaf card

  • Thank you so much for Friending me and for the lovely comments.

    Have a great day


  • Thanks for all the sweet comments!!  Makes me feel loved!! :-)
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