Fancy Friday – Fancy Flashback

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I am so excited to share with you this month’s project with for our Fancy Friday monthly hop!  If you just came over from the amazing Jeanna, welcome to the next stop.  My friends and I want to be able to share with you our ideas in a monthly format.  We will use different themes each month – sometimes colors, sometimes a sketch, sometimes a stamp set focus.  The one thing you can count on is that it will be fancy!  Over our year on the 2013 Artisan Design Team,  “fancy” became our word to describe the best projects, the best new clothes, even the best pedicure colors.  Now we want to share with you our take on “fancy” each month.  This month our theme is “Fancy Flashback”!  We are pulling some of our favorites our of retirement and showing you how they work with new products!  A great stamp set is a gift that keeps on giving!

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So one of my favorite stamp sets of all time is Branch Out.  This is a set that can be used for almost any kind of card and never disappoints!  I love it so much.  And yet sadly it has languished in a stack for much too long.  For those of you who shop on Ebay, you may have even seen this stamp selling for crazy prices.  I wanted to see if I could make it look current and so I used it to create this super clean birthday card.  All the focus is on the beautiful image!!  Cards with white space are so popular now and a set like really shines.  I stamped the tree in Soft Suede and then added leaves and flowers using  Pear Pizzazz and Pink Pirouette.  The tire swing is stamped in Momento Black (because this is the BEST black ink!) and so is the sentiment.  The butterflies are Lost Lagoon and that color is really pretty with this palette.  My sentiment is from a work horse set called Four You that is a must have.

I know what you are thinking… “Great Jen, I don’t have the set and I’m not willing to spend a billion dollars to get it.  What do I do?”  I have a solution that you will LOVE.  In the latest Occasions catalog there is a new stamp set called Sheltering Tree.  Wanna see??

Sheltering Tree Stamp Set

So it has the tree, an adorable swing, replace the butterflies with a bike and…just look at that….add a sentiment from the same set!  Yeah.  I know.  And, NOT a billion dollars, lol!  All of these together are just $24.95 US.  So cool!

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Now we are supposed to pull out a throwback picture of ourselves.  Hmmm…….  I thought it would be fun to show you where my journey to the Artisan Team began in earnest.  This is a picture from my first Stampin’ Up Convention.  It is here that I got to know my second level supervisor, Lisa Curcio.  Lisa and my upline Brandi were the ones that I told first about considering entering the Artisan competition.  They, along with some of my local stamping friends gave me the courage to submit my projects.  I cannot even give words to how grateful I am for their support and for the many, many gifts that Stampin’ Up has brought to my life.

I have some cards all ready for you over the next few days.  I’ve been getting to work in the stamp room and hoping to get back into a better routine of posting.  I’m so glad you stopped by today and I look forward to seeing again soon!

Okay, off to go visit the awesome Mercedes Weber!  You will be wow’d, as always!

And you can click our logo above to get to the Fancy Friday Pinterest page!

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Stamps:   Branch Out; Paper:  Whisper White; Ink:  Soft Suede, Pear Pizzazz, Pink Pirouette, Lost Lagoon, Momento Black

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Freshly Made Sketches #171

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Don’t you love it when you see a sketch that has a classic feel?  What makes something a classic??  Something that can be used over and over with different looks. And I think we have one for you this week at Freshly Made Sketches!  No surprise when you see that it comes from the wonderful Rita Wright.  I just love everything she has been making..so trendy…and this sketch will inspire a busy gallery for sure!

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So I kind of went a different direction than the rest of the team.  Is there such a thing as clean and shabby?  Maybe that is the new CAS, lol!  I got the new stamp set Butterfly Basics and could not wait another minute to ink it up!  I love the pretty images and the fabulous sentiments!  I stamped the honeycomb image twice with Crumb Cake ink and the sewed on some Crumb Cake Seam Binding (scrunched up) and Venetian Lace Trim.  I inked the butterfly in Lost Lagoon.  Don’t you love the lace look of that butterfly??!!  Oh my goodness it is awesome!  I added on a flower from the retired Flower Trim (but there is another version available in the new Occasions Catalog in the Artisan Embellishment Kit).  In the background I splattered on some Crumb Cake ink with a paint brush and added the sentiment.

I had such fun putting this together.  I had another card that I worked on much too long trying to make it fit with the sketch and when I gave in moving on to this stamp set….done in about 30 minutes.  When I went over and saw the cards from the Design Team, I totally fell in love with them all.  Yep…a classic sketch!

So we have had two “snow days” this week and my boys have been home from school (and mom has had limited stamping).  Now snow days is a loose phrase since there is no actually snow left.  We got about 1/2″.  But I think my FMS friend Jen Mitchell got enough for me and the whole team so I’ll not roll my eyes too much.  Still….the boys would have loved a little sledding.  *smile*

Ok, hop right over to see what our amazing team has up for you this week and give a special thanks to Rita for the sketch that will keep on giving.  I’ll be back on Friday with the monthly Fancy Friday hop.  Until then, I hope your week is great!

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Stamps:  Butterfly Basics; Paper:  Naturals Ivory; Ink:  Crumb Cake, Lost Lagoon; Accessories:  Crumb Cake Seam Binding, Venetian Lace Trim, Flower Trim (ret), Sewing Machine

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Party Herd

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Today is a pretty special day at my house!  It is my youngest son’s birthday and wow what a light he is in our lives.  This freshly minted 9 year old has a funny little sense of humor.  He is just as likely to “shake his tail feathers” to music as he is to show his “skilz” at soccer or rock through some really hard math.  It is because of him that I just had to get the new stamp set From the Herd.  He loved it more than any stamp set he has seen so of course it came right here!  It fits him so well!

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Naturally I had to make him a card with it and I think I love the stamp as much as the birthday boy now!  Just look at these hilarious little faces.  I feel like the image does all the work so I needed a sketch that didn’t distract from it.  I keep seeing offset layers and love the look so I went with it for this.  I think that little pop of yellow has a big impact, don’t you?!  Using my Paper Piercing Tool and the Mat Pack I added the details around the edges.  This is another trendy look that I love.  The coloring took a little bit of patience but I find it really fun to do.  I’m so happy Stampin’ Up keeps adding on extra colors in their Blendabilities line so I can do work like this!  The Baker’s Twine bow is the perfect final detail.

As soon as my son opened this, he got a big old grin and laughed.  Exactly!  That is what making cards is about.  Knowing what will make someone smile.  I hope this inspires you to pull out a set that makes YOU happy and stamp today.

My dear friend and second level team leader asked me to join her in a Creative Blog Hop Monday group.  Lisa Curcio, of Lisa’s Stamp Studio, is such dear person and a talented demonstrator.  I’m so proud of her many, many accomplishments but mostly proud to call her friend.  So to keep up with the hop rules, I have to answer some questions:

  • What are you working on?  Today, I’ll be working on some upcoming cards for Freshly Made Sketches.  Also working to update my Stamps on the Fly program with fun, new projects.
  • How does your work differ from others in your genre?  I think I can be called a “clean” stamper.  Not always clean and simple (CAS) because some of my clean cards take a long time to make, lol.  I find that clean cards require extra attention to detail since every element really matters.  Also, balance on the card is important.  I try to create things that are special and yet very makable for those who stamp with me!
  • Why do you create what you do?  I create what I love.  I am definitely a seasonal stamper in my color choices and I tend to go in phases on products I am using.  Creating make me happy!
  • How does your creativity process work?  It depends.  Mostly, I love working with sketches.  This shouldn’t surprise any of you who have followed me.  I have a math brain and sketches resonate with me.  I can “see” in sketches.  As soon as I see one, I know what stamps can be used and the card builds from there.  Sometimes though it starts with the image.  Like this card.  I colored the image first and then built the card around it.  I love it when that happens!

Ok…well, I hope you have enjoyed this card and learning a little more about me.  I’ll be back on Wednesday with the latest from Freshly Made Sketches and again on Friday with the Fancy Friday monthly hop.  I’m so glad you dropped in today.  See you soon!

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Stamps:  From the Herd; Paper:  Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, Bermuda Bay; Ink:  Momento Tuxedo Black, Blendabilities – Smoky Slate, Pink Pirouette, Skin Tones, Crumb Cake, Daffodil Delight, Coastal Cabana, Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Copic Markers (W0, W2); Accessories:  Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine, Piercing Tool, Mat Pack, Dimensionals

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Freshly Made Sketches #170

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Happy middle of the week to you!  I’m here today with a mid-week boost to your creativity!  We have such a cool sketch at Freshly Made Sketches this week.  My friend, the uber-talented Jen Mitchell has created this clever sketch for us and the interpretations are going to be such fun!  Already the team has all kinds of ideas for you.

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I just had to pull out my new Sale-a-bration products once I saw this sketch.  Can you believe that I got most of the things on this card for free??  Yes, FREE!!!  My favorite price!  The background was created with the new Irresistably Yours DSP which comes pre-embossed and ready for you to add ink.  I washed on some Bermuda Bay ink that was diluted just a bit by painting it on with a paint brush.  Then I stamped the sentiment from Simply Wonderful with Versamark and heat embossed it with Crushed Curry Stampin’ Emboss Powder.  I colored inside the Thanks with a Bermuda Bay Stampin’ Write Marker and tied it onto my base with Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine.  A few Candy Dots and done.  I attached the whole layer to a Whisper White base. Super cute, super fun, super easy!

Back to the craft room today as I try to get some projects ready for the next couple of weeks.  Maybe even a video…..gasp!  I finally feel like I’m getting back into a groove after all the flying over Christmas.  Class schedule is coming soon too.  Yes…I’m that behind.  I started with a little “spring” cleaning on my blog.  I hope you like the new look.  I’ve added on some extra buttons and features in my sidebar that I hope help you out.

Ok…I know you have lots of cards to go admire with the rest of the team.  Make sure you tell Jen how awesome her sketch is this week! Thanks so much for stopping in.  See you soon!

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Stamps:  Simply Wonderful (SAB); Paper:  Whisper White, Irresistably Yours; Ink:  Versamark, Bermuda Bay Marker; Accessories:  Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine, Heat Tool, Crushed Curry Stampin’ Emboss Powder, Brights Candy Dots

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Stamping with Love

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Happy Tuesday!!  I am so glad to have a card to share with you today.  In fact, I have two cards and some awesome artwork to share!  Over the weekend I got to have a friend and her daughter over to visit the stamp room and we had such fun.  While my little friend was busy coloring, so were the moms!  I finally got to play with some of the things in my Occasions Catalog order and the first order of business was the Love is Kindness set.  I love this set!!

Stamped with LoveI pulled out my new Pink Pirouette Blendabilities and combined them with Rich Razzleberry Blendabilities to create this fun bouquet.  Just a little gray added onto the newspaper part of the image for depth and Old Olive on the leaves and stems.  I cut the image out with my Ovals Framelits and then backed them with a Tea Lace Doily.  I popped on a Silver Metallic Mini Clothespin and tied on some Basic Gray Baker’s Twine (left from a Paper Pumpkin Kit – these kits are a gift that keeps on giving!).

Stamping with LoveMy friend Ani colored the second image and pulled out a button from my stash and tied on Baker’s Twine.  I LOVE her take on this too!  Oh…and she had never colored with Blendabilities before and is a new stamper.  These markers really are great no matter what your experience.  For those of you who love cooking as much as stamping, make sure you check out Ani’s blog, Cook on a Whim.  I definitely think I get the better end of the deal when she shares her cooking with my family!!  A little coloring in exchange for Gumbo, homemade cheesecake, Peach Bourbon BBQ Sauce….just to name a few.

Stamping with Love - AvaAnd this is what her daughter worked on while we were stamping away.  Hmmm…do you see more new stamps?!!!  I have some fun ideas with these!! I think Miss Ava did a fabulous job, don’t you?!  For the record, the boys (my two and Ani’s son) decided they needed some guy time and were watching a movie.  Their loss!!  *smile*

Now you may have noticed that I have a new look today.  Over the last few days I have been updating the blog.  Sorry if you have come over during any of the construction!!  I still have a few things to adjust but I think that I’m almost done.  I would LOVE to hear what you think!!  To make it easier for you to follow me, I have added more social media buttons in my sidebar to include one for Bloglovin (email followers will need to click over to see them).  Also, I have an easier e-mail link there too.  I hope this makes coming to Stampin’ on the Fly a more intuitive and friendly experience!

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Stamps:  Love is Kindness, Happy Easter Bunny, From The Herd, I Like You; Paper:  Whisper White, Smoky Slate; Ink:  Momento Black, Pink Pirouette, Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, Smoky Slate Blendabilities; Accessories:  Tea Lace Doilies, Button, Mini Metallic Clothespin, Basic Gray Baker’s Twine, Dimensionals

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Freshly Made Sketches #169

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Guess whose week it is to be the hostess at Freshly Made Sketches?!  Mine!  I’m so excited for this sketch and I hope you like it as much as I do.  I created the big gray panel as a place to put DSP or you can put something with pattern on the edges like I did.  The circle can be any shape…just use your creativity!

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So I know it might be a little early for an Easter wreath but this could just as easily be for spring. Or change the colors for another season.  I created the wreath using strands from Burlap Ribbon.  I created the purple flower to mimic the pattern of a hydrangea and added the little yellow flowers.  All of them use the flower punch from my Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack.  Let me know if you want to see more details on how I made the wreath and if you would like me to make a video to show you.  I added the sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes onto a banner that uses the Banner Punch to flag the end.  The background DSP is from the Moonlight Paper Pack.

I always love getting to be the sketch hostess.  You always show me ways to use a sketch that I never considered when I created it.  Such fun!  The design team has done exactly that and you are sure to find yet another Pin-able card from them!

Well, I finished my 9-month check yesterday.  That simulator really does dish it out!  Let’s see, engine failures (that almost goes without saying), dual hydraulic system failures (that makes for A LOT of work) and some other “fun” things.  But now it is done until the next cycle.  Always good to get it finished!  My kids are home from school on yet another snow day.  Hoping to get to the crafting table and maybe they can even join me!  My last Dirty Dozen projects go up tomorrow over at Splitcoaststampers and I hope you’ll go take a peek!

Thanks so much for stopping in today.  Thanks for sharing your time with me!  Don’t forget to let me know what you think about the wreath!  See you soon!

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Stamp:  Teeny Tiny Wishes; Paper:  Whisper White, Moonlight DSP Paper Pack; Ink:  Smoky Slate, Daffodil Delight Blendabilities; Accessories:  1-1/4″ Burlap Ribbon, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack, Basic Rhinestones, Banner Punch, Crystal Effects, Vintage Faceted Button

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Freshly Made Sketches #168

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Welcome to 2015!!  Ok….I am a little late to tell you Happy New Year but I hope that your year has started off well.  I am returning from my hiatus to bring you this fabulous sketch from Freshly Made Sketches.  It is no surprise that it is awesome since it is from the creative mind of the oh-so-talented Amy O’Neill.  The color queen has come up with this fun and cool sketch….perfect for your new year inspiration!

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I thought this sketch would be super fun with the cards from Project Life.  I know these are meant for memory keeping but they are also so great as elements on cards.  I thumbed through my Playground set and found three that I thought worked really well together.  I really loved the heart page and chose it to be the focal panel.  I pulled out a mini clothespin that I had from a tag kit and added a little bit of Epic Day Washi Tape to the top to make it coordinate with the cards.  I thought the background needed a little something too so I embosses the Whisper White panel with the Large Polka Dots embossing folder.  Finally, I cut out the sentiment with my retired Expressions Thinlits.

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While this word thinlit isn’t available anymore, there is a new set that would be tons of fun for a card like this.  The thinlits are called Hello You and they have a coordinating stamp set called Crazy About You.  Think of all the quick and fun little cards you can make just like this one for various occasions.  Just change up the PL cards and sentiments.  And just in case you missed the sounds of happiness all over, the Stampin’ Up Occasions Catalog is now live.  My order is going in today and you can be it will be expedited.

During the holidays I made exactly one card.  This one.  I was gone for much of my boys’ break and spent some serious time on the road with United.  The highlight of all my travels was a visit with my Freshly Made Sketches friend Linda Callahan!  She is such everything you expect from her blog and cards!  Funny, sweet and such a joy to spend time with!  I have a few more days of busy stuff with United and then some serious crafting time!  Every nine months, pilots have a check ride and mine is next Monday and Tuesday.  Lots of studying to do and then time at our training center.  Hoping my Occasions order will be waiting when I get home from that!!!

I know you are going to have fun with our sketch this week.  The design team certainly did and their work is what you have come to expect….awesome!  Thanks so much for stopping in today. I’ll see you again soon!

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Paper:  Whisper White; Accessories:  Playground Project Life Card Collection, Big Shot, Large Polka Dot TIEF, Expressions Thinlits (retired), Mini Clothespin, Epic Day Washi Tape

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Fancy Friday – Joyful Tag Card

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I am so excited to be able to share with you this month’s project with for our Fancy Friday monthly hop!  If you just came over from the amazing Jeanna, welcome to the next stop.  My friends and I want to be able to share with you our ideas in a monthly format.  We will use different themes each month – sometimes colors, sometimes a sketch, sometimes a stamp set focus.  The one thing you can count on is that it will be fancy!  Over the last year “fancy” became our word to describe the best projects, the best new clothes, even the best pedicure colors.  Now we want to share with you our take on “fancy” each month.  This month our theme is “Tags Tags Tags”!  ‘Tis the season for tags and they are not only great for packaging but also as an element on a card.

FF Dec - Joyful TagI used a mish-mash of things that were on my stamp table for this card.  Does this card feel familiar to you??  That is because the background of the card was a cast off from this card.  I first created this layer using Very Vanilla and then realized that I wanted it in Whisper White.  So this version has been sitting on my “to use” pile for months.  Well, I’m trying to move through that pile so I pulled it out again.  I also used elements from the awesome kits that I have been getting.  The “joy”  and the snowflake are from the Watercolor Winter card kit.  That kit is the creative gift that keeps on giving!  I made a tag from Gold Foil using the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch and round the edges with my Corner Rounder Punch.  I attached the vellum snowflake and the gold thread using a gold Metallic Clothespin.  I used the Baker’s Twine left behind from pulling off the gold thread (Gold Metallic Baker’s Twine) to attach to the top of the tag.

I hope that you find inspiration in this card.  With almost all my holiday crafting done, I had fun just “playing” to create this.  Combining elements, playing with textures…these are great to do.  I hope that you will have some time set aside during this holiday season to create just for the fun of it.

I have no posts planned over the next couple of weeks but if I manage to sneak in some crafting time of my own, I’ll be sure to share.  I hope that this season of joy finds you surrounded by love!  Thank you so much for visiting with me today!

Okay, off to go visit the awesome Mercedes Weber!  You will be wow’d, as always!

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Stamp:  Gorgeous Grunge; Paper:  Very Vanilla, Gold Foil; Ink:  Gold Encore; Accessories:  Mini Metallic Clothespin, Gold Metallic Baker’s Twine, Scalloped Tag Topper Punch, Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder, Heat Tool, Light Molding Paste, Build a Banner Simply Created Kit (stencil), Watercolor Winter Card Kit

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Freshly Made Sketches #167

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I can hardly believe how time is flying up to Christmas!!  Is it only me?!  I mean really….a week left.  Yikes!  So we have a great deal for you over at Freshly Made Sketches.  Narelle, the queen of gorgeous layers and unbelievable fussy cutting, has created our sketch for this week.  But not only for this week.  We are leaving this one open throughout the holiday season.  This gives you time to ponder over all the fabulous ways to use her design’s layers and elements!  Really…there is just no reason you can’t participate!  *smile*

FMS167 - Christmas Sled

So as I played around with layers for this, I still had a sled on my table from the Watercolor Winter card kit.  Actually two since there was an extra in the kit.  I had one colored Cherry Cobbler already and I took the other and used Early Espresso to color it.  Then I cut off the extra pieces and put it up on Dimensionals (cut small).  I love this sled.  A lot!  I couldn’t be done until it had a rope to pull the sled now could I?  So I added one out of Linen Thread.  I just attached the knows with Tomboy Multipurpose Glue.  I used this great print from Under the Tree DSP and just cut the flag end by hand.  A Basic Gold Button and a sentiment from Petite Pairs are a great finish.  Now I have to admit that I haven’t used a lot of Garden Green in a long time but I just love this DSP and this green is perfect with Kraft!  Here is a closeup of the sled.

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So as usual the design team has created all kinds of variation on this sketch and ALL of them are great.  I know I sound like a broken record on this every week but seriously, they are the best team!  Make sure you say hi to them all and let us see your amazing creations!

I will be flying LOTS over the next couple of weeks.  Gone a lot more than home.  I look forward to happy holiday faces and I’m really hoping for happy holiday travel weather too!  I have one more post this week on Friday with my Fancy Friday friends.  Until then, I hope your week is fantastic!

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Stamp:  Petite Pairs; Paper:  Early Espresso, Kraft, Under the Tree DSP; Ink:  Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler; Accessories:  Watercolor Winter Card Kit, Linen Thread, Basic Gold Buttons, Dimensionals

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Amazing Birthday in Gold

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As I was working through editing some pictures, I realized that I had forgotten to share some of my Convention Display Board Samples.  So I thought it might be fun to pull one out and show you.  I am on “the road” right now (and most of the rest of the month) but don’t think I have forgotten about posting.  *smile*

Amazing Birthday - Amazing GoldI just love the gold on this!  I used Gold Soiree DSP as the starting point for inspiration and attached it to a Whisper White card base.  Then I stamped this awesome sentiment in Gold Encore Ink onto Whisper White and heat embossed it with Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder.  The result is so pretty and much more dramatic in person!  I framed the sentiment with Gold Foil and added on Gold Sequin Trim and a Vintage Faceted Button tied with the gold filaments from the Gold Baker’s Twine.  Simple to make and so striking because of the gold shine!

I have gotten pretty luck with weather in the system over the last few days and have had some great flights!  I love seeing families reunited at the end of a day when I walk to our hotel transportation.  This is a magical time of year to be an airline pilot.  If you are traveling during this season I do have a selfish favor to ask of you.  Please, please be patient if there are weather, maintenance or system delays.  All of the airlines are flying full schedules and there are LOTS of crews who will not be home with their families on special holidays.  Even though we really know how important it is for you to get to your destination, we also know that the most important gift WE can give to you is safety.  So we will make hard decisions that might delay flights or even cancel them.  We do this because you matter!  I know that I have a simple criteria for flying.  If I would not put my family on the plane, I will not allow YOUR family to fly on it.  So I ask you patience if you encounter issues.  Really…we want everything to go on time too!  It gets us home sooner to our families!  I cannot tell you how much it means when people thank us for a safe flight.  We care about on time and we strive for no bumps or issues but mostly we want you safe.

Ok…back to your regularly scheduled stamping blog.  Thanks for humoring me!  I’ll be back on Wednesday with our last Freshly Made Sketches challenge of this year.  You are going to love our sketch!  And I’ll be here Friday with a Fancy Friday hop.  We have a great theme for you this month.  Thanks so much for stopping in.  See you again sooN!

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Stamp:  Amazing Birthday; Paper:  Gold Soiree DSP, Whisper White, Gold Foil, ; Ink:  Gold Encore Ink; Accessories:  Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder, Heat Tool, Gold Sequin Trim, Gold Metallic Baker’s Twine, Vintage Faceted Buttons, Dimensionals

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