Flip over calendar ~ September Echinacea

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Welcome September – I am hoping it will cool a little over the coming weeks.

Last year I had such fun sharing my flip over calendar at the start of each month that I have decided to do the same for my 2022 calendar. This was designed for a stamp camp in November 2021, we had such fun making them and my ladies have made me promise to do another for 2022.

So today I share, water-colored echinacea with dragonflies and late summer/early autumn colors.

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Punch Art Honey Bee – Vintage Card Idea

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You have probably picked up over the years that I love punches! They are quick and easy to use – I used the Lady Bird Builder Punch to create the sweet little honey bee on today’s card.

While I am very fond of shabby chic/vintage style cards I don’t make them very often as I run out of ideas, however the ink sponging technique with a little water coloring is a great way to start. Read on to see the card and video on creating the honey bee.

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Dragonfly Garden Thank You Card

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I found some scraps of decorative paper, I know they are from a long retired pack but I could not bare to waste them! I know many of us have ‘old stuff’ waiting patiently to be used, waiting their turn after we have played with the ‘new stuff’ – so let us not waste them – pick out a few of the colors for your ink and card and turn them into a pretty thank you card.

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Dragonfly ‘Friend’ Card Idea

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On January 5th we will have a new mini catalog with lots of loverly goodies to help our creative juices. Those who have shopped for their goodies with me over the past year will have already received their copy of the new ‘mini’ as well as the Sale-a-bration brochure – tune in on Tuesday for some more information!

Today’s card is a ‘sneak peak’ of the new Dragonfly Garden Stamp Set – it has a coordinating Dragonflies Punch which I have used along with some ink and paper!

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