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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Looking At My Splitcoast Stampers Gallery

I completely for got about the fact that I have a Splitcoast Stampers gallery. When I first started blogging I used to share my projects there. During my long break from blogging I pretty much forgot all about it. But tonight I was going through older posts and saw that I had a post about my gallery there. Sure enough I clicked on the link and I logged in and to my surprise I found photos of projects that I hadn't ever posted on here. So what better time than the present.

The picture above is shower favors I had made for the baby showers that were given for me. I figured it was the least I could do for the people coming and for the ladies that put together my showers. Thanks ladies!!!!

The supplies used were BasicGrey, Stampin' Up! And Hershy's. Yum, yum!

This above card was made with the retired mini catalog set from Stampin' Up! called Doodle That. I don't remember the name of the patterned paper but it is also retired Stampin' Up as well as the "Happy Birthday" sentiment. It's kind of fun going through my older pics!

This card also used the Doodle That set and the same word stamp set as the card above. Probably the same paper line too. I used to put transparency sheets on everything! Kind of makes  me want to bust them out and use them on some stuff right now. 

This was one of my favorite card templates to use. I like the fun shape and that it is a trifold card. This set from the 2007 Sale-A-Bration from Stampin' Up! remains one of my favorite stamp sets. It is really hard to tell from the pic but there is Crystal Effects on the center yellow flower. I love this epoxy glue. I have been  using it lately mostly to hold the paper roses together that I have been making.

This card was a lot of fun to make. I remember being so excited about using the oval punch to make flowers. I thought it was the coolest thing ever. It also contains Stampin' Up! products.  

This last card also contains a transparency as you can see. Gotta love Stazon ink! I had attached the ribbon to it by stapling it flat and then tying the knots around the staple. These supplies are also Stampin' Up!

I will start posting again on my Splitcoast gallery. I had fun there and it was full of really cool people. If you want to check it out and explore it a bit, click here.

I loved taking this little walk down memory lane. Super fun! What projects do you have that you never posted? No time like the present!