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Die Cuttin’ Divas – Happy Halloween

Boo!  Happy Halloween from Die Cuttin’ Divas! Everyday I download the freebie from Miss Kate’s Cuttables.  Sometimes I’m inspired to make something with it right away, and that was the case with this Happy Halloween title.  I knew not to … Continue reading

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Die Cuttin’ Divas – What Makes You Happy

What a cool theme for a challenge!  Those Die Cuttin’ Divas really chose a fun one this time around! What makes you happy?  For me, it’s definitely family first off.  I have a really great family and they make me … Continue reading

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DCD Tic-Tac-Toe!

It’s a Tic-Tac-Toe challenge at Die Cuttin’ Divas this week.  These are always fun – so many options!  I obtained tic-tac-toe by using the bottom row — flowers, embossing and ribbon.  I took advantage of this challenge to make my … Continue reading

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PDE Linky Party – Valentines – cards or treats!

Time for another challenge by PDE Linky Party!  Valentine cards or treats.  I went with cards.  I saw these little print and cuts by Lori Whitlock and just had to play with them.  These reminded me of the ones I … Continue reading

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Lots of cards

I read somewhere that “lotsa” isn’t a word.  It really should be; it’s so fun!  🙂 Anyway, it’s summer and my husband and I have been doing a lot of traveling, so I’m pooped.  Just sitting here on the sofa … Continue reading

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25 Days of Christmas Crafting – Day 2 – Snowmen

So Day 2 is all about snowmen.  I chose snowmen to coordinate with my Cut it Up challenge.  One of the images I used for that is a snowman digi from Digital Delights by Louby Loo.  You can read more … Continue reading

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Using up leftovers

One of my favorite things to do!  I think it’s because my parents grew up during the great depression. “Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without” was one of the sayings of that time and … Continue reading

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