Sunday, March 7, 2010


Being on two design teams this year has been a dream come true for me. I have noticed that my stash of cards is piling up though. I know alot of my friends in the stamping world have Etsy shops and sell some of their excess creations. If and that is a big if, I were to start and Etsy shop, would any of you be willing to purchase my creations? I am just wondering if anyone would really want them. Haa haa. I am not looking to copy others, just looking at a way to share some of my stuff with people who might appreciate them. Your imput would be greatly appreciated. Now I can't just put up a post and not post something pretty, so I am going to share one of my Spellbinders creations from this past release of new dies. This card was made for CHA and was displayed there. I hope you like it. I picked up this fish die template and was trying to think outside of the box with it. I saw strawberries. Yummy. It is one of my favorites. :) I need to get ready for church, so I will stop by tomorrow and put up the details for you. Have a great day and enjoy the possibilities.
You can find the recipe here at the Spellbinders website. For some reason it is not letting me copy and paste. Grrrr


Andrea said...

i would:) I think u should anyway! People LOVE your stuff!!!!

Trinity Paper Arts said...

I know Operation Write Home (who I send cards to as my ministry) would love to have any cards you cannot sell. They are at Their blog for card makers is They are a great organization filled with wonderful folks. I think the Spellbinders Design Team is the "cream of the crop" as far as DTs and I love your approach in your blog and I suspect your life as well. Thank you for sharing your gifts with us. Blessings, Louise

Lisa said...

I am new to your blog. I was linked over from Lauren but I am excited to see what an amazing job your cards are. I just wanted to comment that you would be crazy not to have an Etsy account to sell your cards. They are amazing!!! Look forward to more of your project with MTME.

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