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June Card Workshop

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What better way to start the summer than by joining me for a Card Workshop. A night out with the girl's to either stock up on cards for yourself for the summer or to use as a teacher thank you gift.

We will meet Wednesday June 13th from 6:30-8:30pm. The cost is only $15 for 10 cards and envelopes. All you bring is your adhesive. The cost is $18 if you want me to provide the adhesive.

Here are some of the cards we will be making this month:










RSVP by June 11th!

Halloween Apron

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I have finally found the ultimate quick and easy apron pattern! It is from One More Moore and I love how it turned out. I cannot wait to make many more! This is a Halloween one for a friend's birthday, but I have some cupcake fabric and coordinating stripes that I think would be perfect for this pattern.





The fabric is all from Blank Quilting that I purchased in 2010.

Have a great Memorial Day Weekend.

Art Philosophy Blog Hop-Father's Day Cards

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Welcome to the 5th stop on your Art Philosophy Blog Hop Adventure. If you are here from Purpleglo Creations then you are in the right place, if not, please go and start from the beginning at http://www.creatingwithcourtney.blogspot.com.

I used the Art Philosophy Cartridge for my entire card! I also used Close to My Heart Victory Paper, a Close to My Heart Wooden button, Close to My Heart's "Tag the Occasion" (B1362) Stamp Set and Outdoor Denim Ink.

Here is my card:



My Measurements are as follows:

Square 3 (card function)- 5"
Square 3-3"
All 3 Stars on the Cartridge, the largest is 2 3/4", then 2 1/2" then 2 1/4"

I cut the arrow at 2 1/4" and the circles are 1 1/4" and 1".

To see the next fabulous Father's Day card, visit: http://www.stampingunderdoctorsorders.blogspot.com/

If you get lost along the way, here is the entire list of blog participants.

1. Courtney - www.creatingwithcourtney.blogspot.com
2. Amanda - http://ajcrea…

Memory Box

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Last weekend my son attended the birthday party of a little girl we have known for 5 of her 6 years. We spent lot's of time with the little girl and her family and I love doing "girlie" things for the 3 girls since I only have Simon!

I decided to take a Close to My Heart Card Box (Z1647), the Lucy (X7149B) paper pack, some Color Ready Seam Binding Ribbon (Z1732), Opaque Pearl Adhesive Gems (Z1336) and Sweet Leaf Ink to create this box for her special things.




The flowers were created with the Close to My Heart Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge.

All supplies can be ordered at: www.stephaniefeist.ctmh.com

Summer Door Frame/Wreath

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I saw a project very similar to this on Pintrest, which led me to this fabulous blog, www.happyclippings.com. Not only does this site have great DIY ideas, it has great coupons too!

We all have old frames laying around, so I grabbed one, painted it and used the Close to My Heart Dotty For You paper to create this fabulous Summer Wreath/Frame for my front door.




I used my Art Philosophy Cartridge, CTMH Baker's Twine and Close to My Heart Cocoa Ink.

20 Layouts in 5 Hour Workshop-June 1st

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Whether you are new to scrapbooking, behind on scrapbooking or want to create a scrapbook from your family vacation, this workshop is for you. Join me Friday June 1st from 6-11 pm to create 20 beautiful layouts. You choose your paper from the current Close to My Heart Idea Book and I do all the cutting and prepping for you. That night you will ink, embellish and put the layouts together. You will have use of my Cricut, inks and stamps.

The workshop price of $60 includes all paper and a matching embellishment pack, plus any extra brads, buttons or ribbons you want to add to your pages.

Between now and May 15th if you prepay for your workshop you will receive either the "Dotty For You" paper for free or a coordinating ink pad.

I used the Pemberley paper to create the following layouts (I still have 2 layouts to finish):










If you still are not convinced that you need to sign up for this workshop here is the link that shows your 12 paper choices: http://stephaniefeist.ct…