Monday, August 26, 2013

Stamp-a-Faire Projects

 
Last night, I had time to sneak in some crafting while Pat was giving the boys haircuts.  Time for those back to school haircuts as school is starting today! I thought this would be the perfect time to share another photo from our trip to England.  One of the best parts of blogging is meeting dear blogging friends in real life.  I was so lucky to meet one of my all time besties, Moe, at the first Stamp-a-Faire, two years ago!  We had such a fabulous time together and I hope it's not too long before we get to see each other again!  Well...while I was in England, I met up with my dear cousin, Sandie, who started blogging about two years ago and Aimes...a long time blogging friend.  It was so fabulous to see Sandie and meet Aimes for the first time.  We had a wonderful time catching up over lunch and for a touch of shopping.  Here's hoping we're all together again soon too!

Now...onto the two cards I'm sneak in for the challenges!  The first one is for the gallon/quart/pint challenge.  I'm not sure that I did it exactly right, but I'm going for it anyways.  I used the in-laid die technique that Jennifer McGuire showed on this video and that I used on this snowflake card here.


And here's a card using the sketch and color combo from the Breakfast Bake & Take.  This card will be used to celebrate my sister-in-law's 50th this Friday!



  

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards and lovely colors! Love the 50 one! Great patterns!

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  2. Really pretty cards! Love the roses!!

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  3. What a great photo of you, Sandie and Aimes! Nothin' better than meeting blogging friends!

    Love both of your cards, Lynn! Beautiful designs and colors!

    Hope the boys all have a wonderful year at school - summer sure did fly by, didn't it?

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  4. aw, sweet memories for sure :) Little moments to treasure :) And yay, you got to play along! I'm loving the sweet life roses...I haven't sold mine yet either! lol Love it too much still. And LOVE the patterned paper strips...perfect for that sketch. Pat cuts hair too? Did I know that? Is there nothing that man can't do? How 'bout tie a teensy tiny bow with twine? ;)

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  5. Beautiful cards, Lynn! And how fun to meet up with some blogging friends! Gotta love that! It looks like you had a fabulous time.

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  6. It's Charlie's angels!!
    Really like the look of this technique, must watch this video x

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  7. Always great to meet cyber friends in real life :) Two lovely cards too!

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  8. Always great to meet bloggy friends in real life! Great photo of you three. Love your cards!

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  9. Wow, I am sure u must have had loads of fun catching up with ur blog friends. Ur cards are as always bright and fun :)

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  10. LYNN!!!!!!!!!!!!! So good to hear from you! THANK YOU for stopping by my blog!

    LOVE LOVE LOVE that you were able to meet up with some friends!

    And your cards-- WOWOWZA! I love the in-laid design! I think you nailed the GQP challenge! LOOOOOVE! Gorgeous orange!

    And your card has some SUPER fun papers! LOVE the two different sized polka dots! YOU ROCK, Lynn!!!

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  11. I remember that photo from FB and I love your cards. So glad you were able to make time to bake them. Great job on both!

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  12. Sounds like you had a great time!
    Your cards are fabulous! I love the colors!

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  13. I love these cards! And so glad you got to meet up with this girls! I bet you had a great time!

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  14. Love the '50'birthday card... I feel a case coming!

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  15. How fun to meet more stampy friends, and I just love the bright, happy, colorful palettes of your cards! That inlaid die cut technique is too cool!

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  16. Wonderful, bright & cheery cards.
    How fun to meet a fellow stamper and blogging friend.

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  17. Gorgeous design as always, Lynn! It makes me happy to see the lovely photo of you, Sandie and Aimes!

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  18. I love that inlaid technique! It looks so cool! And your birthday card rocks - love the fun mix of patterned papers!

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