Doggie before and after! She is so cute

My dog really needed a hair cut and she got one today. Look how cute she looks now.

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Insperation cards and box

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This little project is great for yourself or to inspire others to feel good about themselves.

Materials needed:
Ribbon
Binder ring
Whisper white card stock
Scalloped tag topper punch
Sharpie
Staton ink
Sponge dauber
Small piece of DSP
card sfock your choice of color cut 6 1/2″x8″
1″ circle punch
Sticky strip

Instructions
1. Make 12 tags buy cutting whisper white card stock 2″ x 4″ and punch the top with the scalloped tag topper punch. Repeat 12 times and then ink up the edges of each. Write positive sayings on the tags and then put on the binder ring and tie a ribbon around it.
2. For the box score with the 8″ side at the top at 2″ and 2 1/2″, turn to the other side and repeat. Then with on one of the other sides score at 2″ and 2 1-2″. On the last side score at 2 1/4″ and then fold all score lines except for the last 2 1/4″ you made.
3 . Cut down the 2 1/4″ line on both sides to the inner score line and then cut the 2 1/2″ score lines froze the bottom up. Next cut the side scores at 2″ in from the sides. The 1/2″ sections you need two tabs, then round the top corners. Fold in tabs and sides and secure with sticky strip. Then fold up the front and secure and also add DSP to the front. Punch a half circle in the front with the 1″ circle punch.
ENJOY!

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Bouquet Flower

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Materials needed:
Real red card stock
Daffodil dlight card stock
Old olive card stock
Bouquet bigs die
Big shot
Glue dots
Fringe scissors
Fast fuse
Real red ink
Sponge dauber
Bone folder

Instructions:
1. Die cut out of real red card stock from the bouque bigz die five large pedals, and five smaller pedals. Take each pedal and curl them up with your bone folder, and then take the real red ink and ink up all pedal edges.
Take the inside ends and fast fuse the ends just a little bit together forming the pedal of the flower.
2. Adhere the five large pedals together and the five smaller ones together. Then adhere the two sets together.
3. Cut daffodil delight card stock 8 1/2″ x 3″, you need two of these. Take each piece and score in half the long way at 1 1/2″. Fold on score line and then cut on score line all the way down the 8 1/2″ side with fringe scissors (do not cut all the way through, just about 3/4″ down). . Do that for both pieces and then put fast fuse on the inner and outer strips all the way down the 8 1/2″ side. Start rolling up the paper trying to keep it tight, when done the first one add on the second one. When done secure end and put glue dots on the bottom and add to middle of the flower. Fluff out the middle and add leave to the sides.
ENJOY!

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I hate winter but love some of mother natures miracles

Check out one of mother natures miracles outside my stamping room window.

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Heart Card

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Materials needed:
2 pieces of Whisper white card stock cut 5 1/4″ x 4″
Real red card stock cut 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
New hearts embossing folder
Scraps of Stacked with love DSP
Glue stick
SNAIL
ribbon
Mini glue dot
Big shot
Heart framelets

Instructions:
1. Cut DSP into 1″ x 5 1/4″ making some a little shorter and piecing them together. Glue these onto one of the pieces of whisper white and then cut out with the hearts framelets.
2. Take the other piece of whisper white and run that through the big shot with the hearts embossing folder.
3. Fold the real red card stock in half and adhere the embossed whisper white onto it. Then adhere to patchwork heart on top of that.
Tie a bow and adhere it to the bottom with a glue dot.
4. If you wish you can add an additional piece of whisper white card stock to the inside and add a smaller patchwork heart to the corner.
ENJOY!

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Hanging Heart Decoration

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Materials needed:
Card stock or DSP
Tiny stapler and staples
Ribbon
Glue dots
Hole punch
Trimmer

Instructions:
1. Cut 2 pieces of card stock or DSP 1″ x 8″, 3 pieces 1″ x 6″, and 2 pieces 1″ x 4″.
2. Stack them up so the two 8″ are on the outside then working inward the 6″ then the 4″ and last the 1- 6″. Staple the bottom making sure the ends are all together.
3. On each side gather together the ends of the 8″, 6″, and 4″ and staple them. After both sides are done put glue dots on the 8″ strip on both sides of the heart and stick it downward towards the middle.
4. Fold over top flap, punch a hole in it and put a ribbon through it and tie a bow.
ENJOY!

(Cased from Inspiring Inkin)

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Tip of the day

Do you love thinlete as much as I do? Well with mine I keep them on magnet sheets so they don’t end up every where. Love them. Well then what do I do with the packets they come in? I went through all my punch outs and die cuts today and organized them in these then put them in a small container. You can also keep your dimensionals, pearls rhinestones and more in them too. This is a great way to keep yourself organized.
Happy stamping
Brenda

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