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Posted on October 14, 2020

What’s a Junk Journal? Guest Blogger Today!


Happy “Hump Day” fellow crafters! Today I am so very excited to introduce my friend, Debbie Johnson, as a guest blogger today! Debbie has been doing anything and everything “crafty” for years. But, her latest passion is making “Junk Journals”. What is a Junk Journal?

For years Debbie and I participated in a crafting “swap group” (prior to Covid) . When Debbie was the hostess for our group, she chose junk journals as her theme and she has been popping out these treasures ever since.

I asked her to join me today as a guest blogger and she graciously agreed! Her Part 1 PDF is below and I hope you'll enjoy! She'll be back soon with Part 2. Feel free to leave any comments here on the post or email me and I'll be sure we get back to you soon!

Read all about junk journals, Debbie style

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Posted on October 7, 2020

Free Tutorial – Magnolia Morning

Holidays / Special Days/ Papercrafting/ Projects

Hey Stampers! I have a free tutorial to offer you today as a gift for joining my email mailing list. The PDF tutorial you'll receive has a supplies list, measurements and step by step directions to make this card:

In addition to this tutorial, each week I send out an email with papercrafting information, exclusive projects, videos, time saving tips and more!

My 12 Weeks of Christmas series starts today but you must be on my list to get these exclusive, free projects – I don't share them anywhere else!

Simply put your name and best email address in the purple box at the top of the sidebar. Your gift will arrive in your inbox and you'll start receiving all the latest and greatest info I offer my Stamp Maven community of crafters.

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Posted on September 16, 2020

Did You See My Card Share Yesterday?

Holidays / Special Days/ Papercrafting

I shared a card in yesterday's post that used some fall images but colors that are not traditional for the fall season. Today I have one to share that uses the same stamp set and layout, but with colors that we usually DO associate with fall.

I think one of the reasons I love stamping and Stampin' Up! is that, no matter what your personal style and color preferences, one stamp set can be used in so many ways.

Just like my two cards, use the same stamp set, change up the colors and you get a totally different “vibe”. Leave me a comment with what stamp set and color combos you are going to try.

Happy fall, y'all!

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