Going To The Circus

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I love this Designer Series Paper. Yes, I know it’s retired. But I thought you might like to see this card I made for my grand nephew. He turned seven years old and we share the same birth date…no news about my age. This was a fun card to make so I made two…one for him and one for me. 

Paper Pumpkin

A "once a month surprise" to give to yourself. Each month for just $19.95 you receive a beautiful orange box just right for a little me time. The kits will have a different theme each month, cards,  3-D projects, etc The price includes shipping...only tax will be added to the price. You can't afford not to try one for a least 1 month. You may cancel your subscription at any time.

A “once a month surprise” to give to yourself. Each month for just $19.95 you will receive a beautiful red box just right for a little “me time”. The kits will have a different theme each month, cards, 3-D projects, home decor, etc. and will include everything you need to finish your projects. Plus, your first month’s order will include a Stampin’ Up acrylic block to use with the stamps included in the kits.

I have a group of Paper Pumpkin subscribers that meet once a month at my home…sometimes you just need a jump start. If there are multiple cards in the kit, we make one as shown on the instructions and one jazzed up card and you will still have additional cards to finish as you see fit. The meeting are always on a Sunday afternoon, usually the last weekend of the month.

The My Paper Pumpkin cost is $19.95 includes shipping…only tax will be added to the price. You can’t afford not to try My Paper Pumpkin for at least a month. You may cancel your subscription at any time. To order and for more information click HERE. When you order, please name me, Emily Turner as your demonstrator. Thanks! I know you will love your monthly surprises.

When Is A Ticket Not A Ticket…

When It’s A Tree

Ticket Christmas Tree

I was looking at the ticket punch and wondering what you could do with that tiny little ticket. I started punching tickets out of scrapes of silver glimmer paper…the tickets looked like little bricks. From there I tried to build a wall using the traditional brick pattern…it was OK…but this tree is better. I used Whisper White for the card and the first layer, then a little border of Gumball Green around the Cherry Cobbler…built the tree and topped it with a star. The Merry Christmas is from the Come to Bethlehem Stamp Set.

Very graphic and simple!

Accentuate The Negative

This card was made from the negative left from another card I designed. When I cut the gold label out, I was left with

this gold layer with the imprint from the edge of the framelit. So I combined some of the elements of the original card

and added the paper piercing. Voila!