Archive for the 'LaBlanche' Category

Sep 17 2014

Textured Framed Peony – by Deb Saaranen

Love Deb’s project for today!  She pulled out one of her LaBlanche stamps (a large peony), stamped and cut it out by hand around the frame, then mounted it atop a backdrop she made from stenciling (lattice stencil) with embossing paste onto a sheet of designer paper. The effect is just gorgeous, just wish that […]

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Sep 03 2014

Hanging Hydrangea – by Deb Saaranen

Hydrangea is one of my favorite flowers. I just love looking at them. I think it’s the fullness of the floral clusters that appeals to me. When I spotted the Hanging Hydrangea by LaBlanche I knew it was a keeper! And Deb showcased that image so beautifully today. She used some lovely patterned papers, but […]

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Aug 27 2014

LaBlanche Foxglove – by Deb Saaranen

Deb was playing with several new things this week and we get the pleasure of seeing what she came up with. She chose to use the beautiful Foxglove silicone stamp by LaBlanche.  LaBlanche creates very lovely vintage inspired images if you aren’t familiar with them.  They are highly detailed and stamp beautifully. Deb also used […]

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Jul 21 2014

LaBlanche Gazing Lady – by Linda Duke

Linda’s card for today is absolutely jaw-dropping!  On first glance you might think she cut a piece of designer paper for her focal image, but she actually stamped the beautiful Gazing Lady by LaBlanche, colored her in and made these tiny little bows to perfectly match her dress. Linda shows us how she made these […]

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Apr 09 2014

LaBlanche Dove Collage – by Deb Saaranen

I fell in love with the card Deb has to share today.  Not only is the image so gorgeous and colored so beautifully, but the addition of the Venise lace sends it over the top. Once again, we have a simple to create card that looks anything but simple.  The image Deb used today is […]

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Mar 31 2014

Happy Birthday Butterfly – by Heidi Blankenship

Today Heidi shares a vintage inspired card, done up in a clean and simple manner. And I do love the combination of vintage and clean and simple. Vintage is always so pretty, and clean and simple translates to fairly quick and easy — always a good thing!  Heidi used a beautiful stamp image by LaBlanche.  […]

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Jan 22 2014

LaBlanche Dragonfly Dreams – by Deb Saaranen

Deb’s card today is an absolute breath of fresh air — something so welcome on this very cold winter day here in Upper Michigan! You can almost see the dragonfly wanting to take flight here. Deb colored them lightly with her Copic markers and Spica pens for that bit of sparkle — stunning and so […]

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Sep 20 2013

Dream – by Judy Rozema

Judy has created a totally DREAMY card for us today with a wonderful vintage feel, using a stamp by LaBlanche,  Prima paper and a wonderful mix of embellishments.   What a wonderful combination of products Judy used to create this vintage inspired masterpiece.  I just can’t take my eyes off of it!!!  So beautifully done! […]

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May 12 2013

Thinking of Mom – by Deb Saaranen

The card Deb shares today just touches my heart and brings thoughts of my Mother.  Of course, anything sewing themed makes me think of my Mom.  When I was young she sewed all of the outfits my sister and I wore, from dresses to pj’s and cute little pedal pusher outfits.  And she made clothes for […]

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Apr 06 2013

Tea, Lace and Roses – by Deb Saaranen

Deb has a super pretty card to share today — a cup of tea, a rose and some lace — with a message of thankfulness. Isn’t this just perfectly lovely!  It’s quite straightforward and easy to replicate, which is always a good thing. I also LOVE how the flower matches the paper to a “tea” […]

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