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Baby Cards

Here I told you that these adorable Chinese New Year images from NS Designs would make really cute baby cards, and I was right! I used a card base from My Scrap Chick from their Card Essentials Volume 2 (which … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – Red, White, and Blue

Three cheers for the red, white, and blue!! When I was in grammar school, we would start the day with the pledge of allegiance followed by a patriotic song.  I loved singing those songs and I remember them all!  I … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – Welcome, Summer!

Summer is almost here!  Next week, in fact.  And we at Cut it Up are welcoming summer with this current challenge. Our sponsor this week is Newton’s Nook.  I used two of their products for my project, their Floaty Goat … Continue reading

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Cut it Up Picnics

It’s getting to be picnic weather around here!  I prefer springtime picnics to summer ones because it’s a little cooler and there are fewer bugs flying around trying to bite me! It’s a picnic challenge over at Cut it Up … Continue reading

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Cut it Up Mothers’ Day

Happy Mothers’ Day to all the moms out there!  Mothers’ Day is coming up soon and so the theme for this Cut it Up challenge is Mothers’ Day. I always struggle to figure out what to make for Mothers’ Day … Continue reading

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Cards made with leftovers

Here are two more cards I made with embossing folders and extra cuts — two cards made in a jiffy! Both use Tim Holtz’s Rays embossing folder.  The pretty bird is from the Florals Embellished Cricut cartridge.  It’s one of … Continue reading

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Blender thank you

My husband has been on a smoothie kick the last few months.  He makes smoothies for us to have for breakfast.  They’re so fruity and delicious and thick!  I savor mine by eating it slowly with a spoon.  It’s just … Continue reading

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