A sweet time was had by all

Really, what isn’t sugary and sweet in these weeks approaching Valentine’s Day?  On Saturday, Tina Moore and I held a benefit stamp camp for Pay-It-Forward House in Sycamore.  It was a wonderful afternoon!  In the setting of that beautiful old house, the fellowship was fun and energizing.

This was one of my projects, a little 3″ x 3″ card perfect for tucking into someone’s lunch or under your sweetie’s pillow!

Have you looked at the Designer Series Paper in the Occasions Mini?  The picture simply doesn’t do it justice!  Each piece, on one side, has glitter.  It’s fabulous!  For even more bling, we created some Faux Diamond Dust paper with Iridescent Ice.  Love that technique!  And that border punch?  Free, free, free through Sale-A-Bration!

Ink:  VersaMark

Paper:  Pretty in Pink, Sending Love Specialty Designer Series Paper, Whisper White

Other:  Scallop Trim Border Punch, SU! Scalloped Heart of Hearts Embosslit, Heat Tool and Stampin’ Emboss Powder (Iridescent Ice), Heart to Heart Punch, Taffeta Ribbon (Whisper White), Silver Brad, Stampin’ Dimensionals, hole punch



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3 responses to “A sweet time was had by all

  1. Debra: Wow! we made your blog! how fun, you are the best! thank you again, we really appreciate your support at the Pay-It-Forward House. It was a great afternoon spent being creative and spending time with wonderful women. I am now an experienced Stampin-stamper, I really enjoyed the learning from you and Tina both. THANK YOU!!! Joyce

  2. Stamper Jill

    What a beautiful card. Sorry I missed the Pay It Forward Day. Sounds like everyone had a great time.

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