Tag Archives: baby

Cut it Up – Fun Folds

Sometimes I need a change from the same old, same old A2 card.  It’s fun to go a little crazy with different card folds, and makes the card more interesting, especially to the recipient.  So, our theme this time around … Continue reading

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Stick it Down – January 2017

Here’s the cute Stick it Down card sketch for January.  I love the little circles/scallops on the right. Since I needed a baby card, I went looking in my baby paper scrap file and found a pretty gender-neutral scrap.   … Continue reading

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DCD #293 – Anything Goes!

Hold on – it’s another Anything Goes challenge over at Die Cuttin’ Divas . . . Wow!  Time sure flies, doesn’t it?  Last year around this time we had a baby shower for my daughter who was expecting her first … Continue reading

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DCD #283 – Baby Safety Month

At Die Cuttin’ Divas, we’re celebrating Baby Safety Month by making any baby-related project.  Several ladies at my school have recently become or are about to become grandmas, some for the first time and others already have a grandbaby or … Continue reading

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Stick it Down – July 2016

I’m back on the card team for this term at Stick it Down!  This is the sketch for July.  I love it because it really can be anything you want or need it to be! I needed a baby card. … Continue reading

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A grandma album

Just sitting here drinking my coffee and looking at files on my computer.  I came across pictures of an album I made a couple years ago following one of My Sister’s Scrapper’s tutorials for one of my co-workers who just … Continue reading

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Milo May

I started knitting when I was in about fourth grade.  My next-door neighbor, an old Italian lady, taught me.  She always held her right-hand needle under her arm for stability.  That wasn’t comfortable for me, but I did find that … Continue reading

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