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Welcome to my blog!! I started this blog to share my cards with everyone who shares the same passion. I love to share inspiration, meet new friends and to have a place where you can come for some old fashion fun!! I am a Stampin’ Up demonstrator located in San Antonio, Texas. The wonderful quality products offered by Stampin' Up just add to the fun! I post a new project every week. So come join the fun and let's start Stampin'!!!

"The Boss"

"The Boss"
This little guy is Oliver. He is the one and only Mama's boy!!!

"The Spotted Demons"

"The Spotted Demons"
Tucker - Part Termite and Vacuum Cleaner.

Maggie - Part Grasshopper and Lover Girl.


Who are you calling a cat? Me? Woof!!!

Creative Recognition

Creative Recognition
Feb. 4 & Dec. 1, 2012 April 13, 2013

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September 10, 2015

PPA267 - Ready for Fall!

Hi stampers!!!  Love our NEW Pals Paper Arts platform!!  It's always wonderful to have a fresh new look at things!!!  What do you think?  Today's colors inspired me to do a Fall wreath!! 
Here's my card below:

Is it starting to cool off where you live?  here in Texas it's still in the mid 90's, but we can feel the light changing.  Fall is on it's way!!!

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Have a fabulous weekend!!!



Lynn Hoyt said...

I am in love with how you did up these tiny leaves, looks like you sponged each one of them. Gorgeous.

Mike said...

You can't go wrong with that wreath. I love the wood background. Just a touch of country!

Michelle Quinno said...

This is absolutely gorgeous, Amy! Love the pretty leaves on the wreath paired with the wood and burlap.

Shawn de Oliveira said...

This is just gorgeous. When I saw the color challenge, I immediately thought Summer, but you have given the palette a perfect look for harvest season. All the little touches are just perfect. I especially like the way you treated the burlap ribbon.