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

Friday, December 30, 2011

Clearance Rack Super Deal

I made all eight of these cards in about 10 minutes.  Yes, I surely did.  And, what a deal this is. 
The set of eight cards in the Something Special Simply Sent Kit is on Stampin' Up's clearance rack for just $2.39.  Is this not a great deal or what?  The kit comes with eight preprinted cards, eight white envelopes, eight pieces of Chocolate Chip 5/8" satin ribbon, cut to 16" lengths, and 16 adhesive backed rhinestones.  I stamped Thank You in Chocolate Chip ink, and there you have it.  Custom made, hand crafted cards, ready to mail in about 10 minutes.  To see all the items on the clearance rack, click  here.  I would love to hear from you and please contact me if you have any questions. 

Thank you for stopping by,

Friday, December 23, 2011

Sale-a-Bration Sneak Peak

I'm lovin' this FREE stuff.  Yes, this designer series paper is free starting January 25, 2012 when you place any order of $50.00 or more. 
Here is what I used to make this beautiful, all occasion, anything you want it to be card:
Stamps:  Thoughts and Prayers; 
Paper:  Soft Suede, Baja Breeze, Very Vanilla, Peach Parfait cardstock, and Everyday Enchantment designer series paper;
Ink:  Soft Suede
Accessories:  Big Shot, Perfect Pennents die, Lace Ribbon Border Punch, Simply Scored (for scoring the Lace Ribbon Border Punch cutout), Linen Thread, Trio Flower Punch (retired and available on SU's Clearance Rack  for only $9.59, until January 5, 2012 or while supplies last), Antique brad.

I learned how to make the rosette on, and Mary Fish has a video tutorial, so easy. 
If you would like to purchase any supplies to make this wonderful card, please contact me via email:, call me:  336-538-4996, or visit my Stampin' Up! website:

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day,


Saturday, December 10, 2011

Run, run, as fast as you can, you can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man

Isn't this just the cutest little gift?  I received one of these from my downline, Linda Wilkie, and right away I just had to case it.  I am offering this project at my classes this month. 
Recipe:  Stamp Set:  Sweet Season;  Paper:  Real Red, Crumb Cake, Basic Black CS;  Ink:  Basic Black, Chocolate Chip (to sponge the edges of the gingerbread man), Basic Black marker;  Accessories:  Scallop Border, Fancy Flower, 1" circle, and 1/4" circle punches, 1/4" Real Red gg ribbon.
The gingerbread man is a Little Debbie product, and is pre-bagged. 
To get the scallop border, I used a 4" x 3/8" strip of cardstock, punched the length of one side, turned the cardstock to the opposite side, and punched again.  If you have a Big Shot and the Tasteful Trim Bigz die, use the rick-rack portion of the die, just another option I found to be easy.
I used double-sided sticky tape to adhere the little bag to the topper.  Fun and easy.  I hope you will want to give it a try. 
Thank you for stopping by today,

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Herringbone Technique

I saw this Herringbone technique on Split Coast Stampers, and had to try my hand at it.  It was way easier than I thought it would be, except I was so excited to post it to my blog, I didn't remember to add a sentiment.
Stamps:  Autumn Days
Paper:     Very Vanilla, Real Red and Chocolate Chip cardstock, Holly Berry Bouquet dsp and Red Glimmer Paper
Ink:  Chocolate Chip and Old Olive markers
Accessories:  Real Red 1/4" gg ribbon, 2" circle punch (not SU), 2 3/8 scallop circle punch, dimensionals
Thank you for stopping by and please visit my Stampin' Up! website:  for more projects and ideas.