Flip over calendar ~ September Sunflowers

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So here we are in September, back in the UK things would start to be cooling down, the nights drawing in and there would be misty mornings. Not so in North Texas ~ after living here for 20 years the only thing there is in common is the days are getting shorter, but they are still hot and dry!

In the early part of last December I had a class to create a flip over calendar, everyone loved it and made me promise we will do another later this year! I thought I might start each month this year by posting the page for that month, so today I share, September which has vibrant Sunflowers!

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Flip over calendar for March

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In the early part of last December I had a class to create a flip over calendar, everyone loved it and made me promise we will do another later in this new year! I thought I might start each month this year by posting the page for that month, so today I share, March which you can see has a St Patrick’s Day theme.

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Comfort and Hope ~ Paper Hugs

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Everyone needs a hug! Sometimes it is not possible to give one in person, here is an idea for sending a paper hug!

The Comfort and Hope Stamp set has a greeting that says exactly that, along with some super, creative texture stamps which I love to use. We used to have a stamp set called Gorgeous Grunge which was a ‘go to’ when I had some ‘space’ on a card that I needed to fill. I was sad when Gorgeous Grunge retired, but so happy to see this stamp set in the 2020 -2021 Annual Catalog.

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Cling Stamps V’s Photopolymer – Video Tutorial

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I was asked the other day what the difference was between ‘Cling’ stamps and ‘Photopolymer’ Stamps – and that is a very good question.  After nearly 10 years as an SU demo I tend to forget there are folks that are new to this wonderful craft!

Basically they each do the same job – produces beautiful images for your crafting delight, they are made from different materials you just handled them a little differently. So today’s post explains how to handle them, attach labels, attach to acrylic blocks and keep them clean.

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