Hallowe’en Tag

This guy from Stampotique is a favorite of mine.  He embodies the pure joy and energy of childhood.


ATC Group

The themes for September and October are : profession and a sweet treat.  For profession I chose typist so i could use my Tim Holtz die cut.  A product I used to highlight the vintage typerwriter is Inka-Gold platinum. I really like how you just rub it on the areas to give a faux dimension or to color metal areas such as the space bar. My second ATC pictured is the sweet treat.ImageImage

Happy Thanksgiving … and here is a picture of one of my pet turkeys proudly strutting for the camera. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and this wooden turkey has been with me for several . I thought I would also share some autumn colors near my home.


ATCs with the theme ARCHITECTURE

Here I am posting next months atc contribution.


Remembering The Titanic

April marks the 100th anniversay of the sinking of The Titanic.  To commerate this tragic event I used Tim Holtz stamps to make luggage tags.  Halifax has many reminders of this loss at sea.  For more info on the roll played by my city follow this link



ATC group

This is my contribution to the ATC  group I joined last September.

Each monthly meeting a theme is chosen, ideas exchanged and cards

traded.  This grouping’s theme was SPRING.


This a short and sweet Easter card.  It took less than 10 minutes.  This is a quick card for Easter.  It took less than 10 minutes.

MATERIALS:   stampendous EP  clear bark opaque (my fav)

cover a card dots by Impression Obsession and glassine paper

Stand by for an upcoming project using Third Coast Stamps

These Third Coast Stamps that I picked up today at The Cutting Garden have my creative juices flowing.  This will be my first experience using Third Coast Stamps.


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