Wednesday, September 26, 2012


This week's challenge from Totally Stampalicious is to do a card with Fall colors.  I'm right in the middle of a Christmas cardmaking blitz, so I don't have any new "Fall-ish" cards.  So here's a card I did last week with one of my favorite characters, "Gus Hunter."  With his camouflage gear, he is definitely a "Fall" man.


  1. Hi, I wanted to thank you for the PM that you sent me at SCS, and I saw that you had a link to your blog, so I wanted to check it out. Now Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you like Stampalicious stamps! Smile...I wonder what gave me the first clue...I can see why you like them, they are really cute, you are making me think about them too. Your cards are wonderful, and I like how you make so many at the same time with the same image, but the cards are all so different (If that makes sense) I'm a very slow card maker, and make one at a time, and it's usually lots and lots of layers...since I like to make cards for "Operation Write Home"...I have to learn how to make cards with less layers and in multiples...
    well, enough of my life story...Just wanted to say, and tell you how nice I think your cards are...Jill JD from Pausa at Split Coast Stampers.

    1. Hi Jill,
      Not too many people have ever looked at this blog, so I was thrilled to receive your comment. I, too, make most of my cards for charities. All the rest are for personal use or gifts to family and friends. That's why I make so many at a time. When I stamp an image, I usually stamp it 12-18 times. Then I do all the faces on them all, then move to another section. It's not really "assembly line" work, but it saves so much time not taking out and putting away the same makers over and over. I try to use the same coordinating papers on all, but change the layout. That way I'm using the same markers on all. Thank you again for your kind comments.