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Welcome. My name is Lisa and I live on a farm in Northeastern PA. I have a wonderful husband of over 30 years and two fabulous sons. One with a wonderful wife and another with a wonderful girlfriend. I have a 6 year old granddaughter and an 4 year old grandson. We have a dog, two cats, and 5 horses. I started into this art as a possible scrapbooker until my good friend Lou Ann (SCS Crooked Stamper) invited me to a Stampin' Up party. Now I'm hooked. We had to turn a room of our home into a craft room for all my stuff. Then I needed a second craft room and did classes. Then I decided to open an in home store using three more rooms of our home. Between Lou Ann (Crafter and IT department) and Mary Ann (Crafter and Jewelry department) and a few other friends, I'm having the time of my life!!!!

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Kimberly's Shower

Here's an older card I haven't had a chance to upload yet, and by older, I mean a couple of weeks.  My good friend and fellow Giggler Diane (aka CookieStamper) is getting ready for her daughter to be married.  I was not able to go to the shower because we were going down to Harrisburg to visit our youngest son.  I heard it was a great time.  Anyway, this is the card I made for her.  It was a first time use for several of the products, but boy were they fun. 

     It was the first time I used my SU Framelits - Labels Collection.  Very nice dies.  I was also the first time I used one of those dies with the little holes in the side to position you picture from Our Daily Bread.  Well, I didn't know how I would like them, but they were GREAT!  I highly recommend them.  I also did that lenghtening thing with the SU modern lable punches. 
Hope you like it!!!!

Stamps:  Our Daily Bread "Watering Can"; SU "Teeny Tiny Wishes"
Paper:  SU Whispering White; Paper Loft
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black; Copic Markers
Accessories:  SU lace; Stickles
Tools:  SU Framelits - Label dies; Our Daily Bread Watering Can die; pop dots.


  1. What a pretty card and love how you shaded the watering can. I'm not sure what you mean about the little holes in the dies...you'll have to show me sometime.

  2. This was lovely...look at all the intricate cutting!