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Sweet Sorbet Fun

This is the kind of card that I don't make very often but always enjoy.  Sweet Sorbet designer paper has some wonderful patterns that lends itself to whatever card style you have.  This card is for a man who is having a significant birthday but still young enough ...

Happy Congratulations

The Happy Congratulations stamp set just makes me think of summer, don't you think?  I envision backyard parties with  sweet iced tea and watermelon surrounded by flowers and butterflies flitting around!  Now you know what I was after in this card.  I just love ...

You’re the BEST with Sweetheart Treat Bags

The Sweetheart Treat Bags are, well, SWEET! I made this card for a special person and luckily they don't come to my blog - often at least - so publishing it now shouldn't spoil the surprise! The colors in this card are Read Red and Pool Party. The treat bag, which ...

February Sampler

I really loved Dawn Olchefske's sampler and thought it would be a great way to do my February tabletop display.  I began by choosing my paper patterns from the Fresh Print DSP from the Celebrate the Everyday catalog.  The overall size of my sampler is 6" x 6" with ...

Polka Dot Pieces for Mojo Monday 330

It is time to play with some challenges again and Polka Dot Pieces was just the stamp set to use for this super-cute sketch!  You can see the sketch at Mojo Monday and play along.  This card really pops with the great new DSP, Retro Fresh, in the Celebrate the ...

Debbie Mageed

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