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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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On and off my needles today

I was on a mission to locate all my knitting needles and put them back where they belong.  It’s so frustrating to look for a needle I know I own only to find its empty package.  In my craft room … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – New Year’s Resolutions for 2019

It’s that time when people typically set goals for the new year.  So at Cut it Up, we’d love to see a project showcasing your goals or resolutions for 2019!  I like to think of them as goals, because “resolutions” … 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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Halloween doorknob hangers

These spooky cute doorknob hangers were simple to make with leftover scraps of Halloween paper, some digital stamps saved on my computer, and a scallop punch. (The digi stamps unfortunately don’t have the name of the designer on them, but … Continue reading

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Caron Cakes leftovers continued

Of course, you could also just make Milos with the leftovers! 🙂 Evelyn

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Stick it Down – October double page

Hello!  Is it beginning to feel a lot like Christmas yet?  I’m finally getting around to scrapping some Christmas pages.  This one is from 2012!  I’m using the awesome October sketch from Stick it Down which I followed almost exactly.  … Continue reading

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