Hi, I have been blessed to be a stay home mom of 3 wonderful children, and have been married to my very supportive husband for 25 years. But I am never home. I do volunteer fundraising work for my children's dance company, and several other local non profit groups, I substitute teach on the elementary level, teach gymnastics at 24/7 Dance Studio, Kids Art For Young Rembrandts and I teach Paper Crafting, stamping & card classes as a Stampin Up demonstrator for adults too. I love to create and seeing what others create from my ideas is the best part about teaching. Getting my first Cricut in 2006 had really opened up my creative side, adding in my Silhouette, Brother Scan N Cut and now Stampin up has made the possibities endless. I always have ideas floating around in my head I want to share. I don't know how I crafted before without my die cutting machines, because I sure can't live with out them now. Since 2007 here on my blog you have been able find my class projects as well as some of my other creations and Design Team challenges. Thanks for stopping by, if you have enjoyed looking, please leave me a little note to tell me so I would love to hear from you!
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I still can't find the die cut! Ahhhhhhhhh!
Sooo pretty tfs
Randi how did you do this I love this project. thanks for all the great projects
Randi This snowflake is so cool what did you use to make it. Thanks for all the great projects .
Thes are made with the spellbinders Fluer de lis pendant die. I am glad you like them. I like to spray them with glimmer mist to make them sparkle
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