Category Archives: friends

Let’s Talk!

Today’s card was made with a special download package from Flower Soft. It comes with printable images, backgrounds and images. Very fun!!! You can find out more info about this package on this weeks https://www.flower-soft.tv/ and see a fun new technique video by Sheena Douglass!

I got to talk with my dear friend Kittie the other day (it had been waaaaaaaay too long!). This card reminds me of her.

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I added a little bit of Ultra Fine Toffee to the teddy bears and I made a border by putting a line of glue around the edge and sprinkling Russet Red Flower Soft. Here is a closer look:

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Digital images: Flower Soft® (Recipe Download)
Flower Soft®Russet Red and Ultra Fine Toffee, Flower Soft®glue
Paper: Bazzill
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink (Brushed Corduroy)
Other: sponge,  Spellbinders Scallop Square and Square Nestabilities, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ (E-Z Runner, 3D Foam Squares)

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The {Stamps} of Life Challenge!

The DT girls (and Miss Stephanie!) at The {Stamps}of Life decided to throw out a bi- monthly challenge to each other.

Please feel free to play along with us!

If you are playing along with The {Stamps} of Life stamps or digital images please upload to the gallery on the site –> HERE <— with the keyword TSOLD04. Hint, hint…. we look through The {Stamps} of Life gallery regularly for new guest designers. Oh did I mention that there are a couple freebie digital images on the site? You can find them –> HERE

Please link to one of our blogs so we can see your stuff!

Our challenge this week is “A 44 cent card!” (TSOLD04). Make a card that would mail with a 44 cent stamp.

Our players this week:

Deb Felts
Vicki Garrett
Here’s my card:

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Stamps: Boxes4abc The {Stamps} of Life
Paper: Simply Smooth White, Laid White

Ink: Clearsnap Chalk inks

Other supplies: Adhesive from 3L, lace trim

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Kate’s Story

No card today, but I have something to share. If you haven’t seen Sherry Cheever’s blog in the last couple days, please take a look:

Kate’s Story