By Laura Vogt, 01-Mar-2013 04:31:00
I love this card because of the sound effects that I can make when I open it. Sadly typing will not do it just justice.
Looks good on display. And I'm sure I'll wear it out making my sound effects.
By Laura Vogt, 28-Feb-2013 05:29:00
Since starting a new job I was a little overwhelmed with trying to come with something creative to blog about projects and just didn't say anything at all. So I'm going to start again.
For the first post I want to share the first completely flat card I've ever made. No layers of paper, extra trinkets, or ribbon. And yet I really like the simplicity of the card. And now - back to the craft table!
By Laura Vogt, 05-Jun-2012 15:00:00
When I am feeling at a loss for a creative idea I email my friends and ask what type of card they need. This time it was a request for wedding cards. I brought a bunch of my toys down to Fresno a couple of weekends ago to share with my mom and this is what we came up with:
We used a little of the old and new: New die and new color from the 2012 catalog and some of my favorite cutouts: the hearts and embossing folder.
Since I was making two - I thought I would change it up a bit and switch the colors. I can't decide which I like better.
Thanks for stopping by!
By Laura Vogt, 04-Jun-2012 18:50:00
I am surprised every year by the number of people that I know that are graduating - whether it is from college, high school or kindergarten. I saw this card on Dawn Olchefske's blog and I was so excited to make it. It's my first project with the diagnol scoring plate.
Sorry for the terrible pictures. I made them and then they immediately went out so I only had my phone camera and a bed spread. I love this card because of the fold. When closed it looks like a graduation cap (if you have some ribbon or thread you can make the tassel). When opened it has plenty of room for a message:
Thanks for stopping by!
By Laura Vogt, 22-May-2012 04:02:00
You very likely just came here from Wendy Cranford's blog - Welcome! If you are here before the 22nd, be patient - some of the kinks might still be getting worked out.
At the end of this month the Stampin' Up! catalog is retiring (one month earlier then normal) and so a group of us stampers thought we would get together and share a project (or two) that features retiring projects.
My first project features the Inspired by Nature (111656) stamp set and the Mocha Morning Specialty DSP (122366). The Nature stamp set is the first one I bought when I became a demonstature. I really like the simplicity of the silhouette. For mother's day I decided to try something new and heat embossed the stamp set on one of the folders that framelits come in.
Remember - you can't leave the heat gun in one place for very long!!! Inside I put a scrapbook page of Jeff and I together. I don't particularly like pictures of myself but my mom always enjoys them.
I am also devastated that the Medallion (115223) is also retiring. I know favorites come and go, but I don't see this one leaving my collection anytime soon.
I also used the stamp set Heard from the Heart and again the Mocha Morning Specialty DSP (122366).
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