Making Cards with my Grandkids!

My son and his family were in town visiting this weekend.  Right after breakfast the kids asked if they could make some cards. “Why, yes – Grandma Debbie would LOVE to do that with you!”  So off we went to my corner of the sunroom, which Jack named “Grandma’s Workshop” years ago; and the name stuck. I pulled out some card kits that were left over from prior classes to get started.  Then we grabbed…

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Swap Cards from Atlanta

Here are some Halloween themed swaps that I received at World Card Making Day in Atlanta.  You may already have seen them in a blog post of the demonstrator who made the card/project.  But for some of you, these are new and never seen before paper creations. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.  I keep going back to them for inspiration! This first one is Clean and simple – don’t you…

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World Card Making Day in Atlanta

I had the privilege of attending the Third Annual World Cardmaking Day Event in Atlanta, GA on October 3rd.  It was hosted by two Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators, Brian King and Pam Morris. They did a fabulous job of organizing the event.  They provided informative on- stage demonstrations, display boards, hands on stamping with great make & takes, stamping/papercrafting related games, and a fabulous lunch.  One hundred demonstrators from across the country attended.  I was able…

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