Isn’t it nice that Fall cards don ‘t always have to have the same colors?
Fall cards don’t have to only be brown. These days, paper crafters can throw in…Read More
Have you ever unexpectedly run into an old friend or co-worker that you hadn’t seen in years? Or maybe decades?
It happened to Ann the other night and it was totally a fluke!
You see, Ann has a standingRead More
Do you have times of your life that are very, very good?
and do you have times of your life that are not quite so good?
Maybe it would be a nice idea to send an encouraging card to…Read More
The official start of Fall is just around the corner and I think it’s time to start making some Fall cards!
It’s warm here at Central Bark in California so it’s really challenging to think of Fall cards and Christmas cards when it’s bright and sunny outside.
But here we go!Read More
I am so thankful! I don’t have to wait for Thanksgiving to send a card, but this one is perfect for it!Read More
You loved this card when I shared it a few days ago off of our stamp table and now I’m going to show you how to make it!Read More
Are you having company for Thanksgiving dinner? Having a wine tasting of the fall varietals?
Then you need an invitation! And we’ve got one with you using a set that you may not have looked at before now.
It’s the Project Life Seasonal Snapshot 2015 on page 38 of the Holiday Catalog. And you don’t have to be a scrapbooker to use it.Read More
And onto our next flipping project. Yes, we’re going to flip the card just like you flip a house.
The original card was in this post. Then the other night at stamp club, they flipped it into a fall card using about the same amount of effort.
And this is what they came up with…Read More
September ended with a Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse that made the leaves all start turning wonderful colors. Now we’re kicking off October with some lighthearted leaves to make us start thinking about those Fall holidays.
Halloween has its own look for cards and decorations, but Thanksgiving carries on with a totally different approach.
And while we’re on the subject of Thanksgiving, I’d like to…Read More