Hi and welcome to my blog, I hope you enjoy your experience with me today. Linda Fisher

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Cute Little Christmas Box

Another box made the same way as the little Halloween box I posted recently.  Now, you must admit, it really is darling.  I used one of our new shaker frames and the snowman from Button Buddies.  Do you like the Christmas bell on the box top?  That is one of our new products too.  Please let me know if you would like to order any of the supplies you see here.  No order too big or too small, I love them all.
Thank you for stopping by and have a great day,

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Cute little Halloween Box-Gotta love it!!!

Is this not the cutest box or what!!! I had a good time making it because it was soooooooooooo easy.  I was cruising on Google yesterday looking for boxes and/or bags ideas (that's what we do, you know), to offer for my October Fest card class on Oct 11 and 15, 2011, and came across this cutie.  Angie Kennedy Juda took apart a box she bought from the store, and created her own box and guess what, I cased it to make it my own.  To see her video tutorial on how to make it, visit: .  She's great.  Supplies I used were:  Stamps:  Wicked Cool;  Paper:   Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black and Whisper White cardstock, our new Frightful Sight designer series paper, Ink:  Crumb Cake and Basic Black;  Accessories:   1/14" circle punch, Window Sheet, Bitty Bat punch (retired), Pumpkin Pie 1/4" gg ribbon, sticky tape. 
I am very excited to share with the wonderful ladies at my October card classes.  If you would like to register, please visit my web site at: 
Thank you for stopping by today,

Monday, September 26, 2011

Triple Treat Flower three ways

I used Connie Tumms design and changed it a little to make this very easy Triple Treat Flower card.  This card uses our new Holly Berry Bouquet dsp, the next two cards uses our new Spice Cake dsp.  Notice the card with the different design.  Same colors, same paper.  It was designed by my friend, Donna Becker.  Very clever.  Thank you Donna for allowing me to share.
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Monday, September 19, 2011

Wicked Cool

Another Halloween card being offered at my Fall-O-Ween class this month.
Recipe: Stamps: Wicked Cool; Paper: Perfect Plum, Basic Black, Tangerine Tango, Whisper White cs; Ink: Crumb Cake, Basic Black; Accessories: Dimensionals, bat punch (retired)
Thank you for stopping by today, and if you like to order any of the supplies to make this card, please visit my website at:

Pick your Poison

I won this stamp set at a Stampin' Up! Regional Convention I attended last month in Charlotte, NC. At first I wasn't crazy about a set with a skelton, a brain, a rat and other creepy Halloween creatures, and then I got it out to use. Oh my goodness, the skelton is so handsome, and he has character too, don't you think? I hope you like him as much as I do.
Recipe: Stamps: Piece of Poison, It's a Wrap Holidays; Paper: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Whisper White CS, Frightful Sight DSP; Ink: Basic Black; Accessories: Bat Punch (retired)
If you would like to purchase any of the supplies to make this cute card, please visit my Stampin' Up! Website at:
Thank you for stopping by today,

Birthday Cupcake, Yum, Yum

When I saw this card I knew I just had to make it for my Fall-o-Ween class this month. I got the idea from Julie at:
I am excited to see the reaction from my stamper friends when they see this card, and it was so much fun to make too, aren't they all!!!
Recipe: Stamps: Pennant Parade, Paper: Chocolate Chip, Poppy Parade, Wild Wasabi, Baja Breeze, Whisper White cardstock, and Just Add Cake and brights pack DSP; Ink: Poppy
Parade; Accessories: Big Shot, Petal Cone Die, Elegant Lines embossing folder, Crimper, Punches: Itty Bitty punch pack, 3/4" circle, 1" circle, 1 1/4" circle, 1 3/8" circle punches, 1/2" Scallop Dots Chocolate Chip ribbon, Basic Pearls, Glue Dots, dimensionals. If you would like to purchase any of the supplies to make this card, please visit my Stampin' Up! website at:

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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Falling Leaves

Another CASE for my Fall-o-Ween class September 20 and 24, 2011.
Recipe: Stamps: Falling Leaves, Grateful Greetings; Paper: Tempting Turquoise, Cajun Craze (don't you just love the names of these colors!!), More Mustard, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla; Ink: The same as the paper, not Very Vanilla; Accessories: Early Espresso 1/8" ribbon, embossing folders, dimensionals
If you would like to come to my class, please let me know, I always have room for one more.
To see other projects, or register for a class, please visit my Stampin' Up! website at:

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Christmas Tree Ornament and Rub-ons

I dropped some of our new mica flakes and red glitter in this glass ornament, and rubbed two decals from the retired Old St. Nick rub-ons pack on this glass ornament, and there you have it. Done. Ready for your tree, or give as a gift.

Hope you like it and thanks for stopping by. Linda

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Tile Coaster

I made this tile coaster after watching Tami White demonstrate the technique on YouTube. Great concept to stamp on a plain ole' tile from the local hardware store and make a beautiful coaster. It was fun too.
What I did: Stamped on the coaster with black Stazon ink. Used a blender pen and chalks to color the leaves. Next I lightly, and I emphasize lightly, sprayed the tile with acrylic matte sealer and let dry. I put a piece of self adhesive felt on the bottom to protect my table, and done. Now, is that not easy or what!! I hope you give it a try.
Recipe: Stamps: With Gratitude (retired), En Francais; Paper: None; Ink: Black Stazon; Accessories: Blender Pen, Pastels (chalks), post-it note (to mask the leaves before I stamped the background stamp), matte acrylic sealer.
Thanks for stopping by today,

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Christmas Lodge meets Lovely as a Tree

I made many of these as my swaps for the SU Regional Convention I attended in September 2011. These were oh so quick and easy and one of the cards we will make at my Fall-o-Ween class in September 2011. Recipe: Stamps: Christmas Lodge, Lovely as a Tree (a favorite stand-by); Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy, Bashful Blue; Ink: Not Quite Navy, Old Olive, Real Red; Accessories: Two-way glue pen, Dazzling Diamonds, and that's it. Real easy, fun and it is a beautiful card. If you would like to join me for my Fall-o-Ween class September 20, 24 or October 1, 2011, you can sign up by visiting my SU website at: or please let me know by phone at 336-538-4996 or email at Thanks for stopping by, Linda

Christmas Gift Card Holder

I received this beautiful gift card holder as a swap from Jo Olson at SU's regional convention last month, and plan to have kits available to make these at my Fall-o-Ween class September 2011. Receipe: Stamps: Christmas Collage, Christmas Greetings, Punch Pals; Paper: Natural White, Riding Hood Red, Lucky Limeade; Ink: Riding Hood Red, Lucky Limeade; Accessories: Chipboard, Riding Hood Red Stripped Grosgrain Ribbon, 5-Petal Punch, Big Shot, Scallop Circle Die, Clear Circle Die, Lucky Limeade Marker, Pearls, dimensionals. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day,