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12/31/2010

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12/27/2010

AND VALENTINE'S DAY IS COMING...

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12/25/2010

JOY TO THE WORLD!

And while they were there, the time came for her baby to be born. She gave birth to her first child, a son. She wrapped him snugly in strips of cloth and laid him in a manger because there was no lodging available for them.  Luke 2:6-7  NLT

 

Baby Jesus

 

12/20/2010

CHRISTMAS...

Somewhere along the way, I misplaced my (very long) TO DO list, and decided to simply go-with-the-Christmas-flow... Family and friends and church activities and everything Christmas!  So... I'm DOING LESS so I can BE MORE for my hubby and family.  I'll be back soon with beautiful (and fabulously new) creations for you.  In the meantime, I wish you many blessings this holiday season.  With love, Linda

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12/06/2010

HOLIDAY STOCKING STUFFERS...

Come Stamp With Us!

Stocking Stuffers 

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12/03/2010

SAVE YOUR SPOT...

Registrations are now open for my 2011 Stamp Club!

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DO YOU LIVE IN OR NEAR VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON?

THERE'S ROOM FOR 24 PARTICIPANTS!

Come Join Us!

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Linda Aarhus

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12/02/2010

...BUT WHAT IS IT??

Is it a moose?  Is it a reindeer?  Is this Rudolph?  These are questions that beg to be answered - but not by me!  I'm just having fun...

Moose1 
 

Check out his eyelashes!  Do they look familiar?

Moose2 

 SUPPLIES & ACCESSORIES

Moose tools 

HERE'S HOW

1. Cut two tags with the Big Shot Die Cut Machine and the Two Tags Bigz Die2. Place the tags together, right sides out.  3. Staple the two sides, where the ribbon is positioned, and just inside the perforated line.  4.  The eyelashes are made by cutting one small punched cog circle in half.  5. The ribbon will be wrapped around and tied, hiding the staples.  (No gluing is necessary because when you insert the two candy canes it is a very snug fit, and stays put.)

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STILL TIME TO CHRISTMAS SHOP HERE

 

Big Shot Club 

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12/01/2010

WELCOME DECEMBER...

I've seen Christmas trees like this one on the World Wide Web - but OH, OH, OH (or is it HO HO HO), they are so much more darling up close and personal!

Tree1 
<Big Happy Holiday Sigh>

Tree2 
 

Projects like this make me want to lock myself in my studio to design-and-create-around-the-clock!  I had soooo much fun making this sweet little 3-D tree and didn't want to stop crafting!  And I knew I had gone over the edge when I began talking to it!

SUPPLIES & ACCESSORIES

Tree tools 

HERE'S HOW

1. Start with a 12" x 6" piece of white card stock.  2. Roll into a cone shape and staple securely.  3. Trim bottom edge so the cone stands up nice and straight. (See sample below.)  4. Punch "branches" out of three patterns of coordinating Designer Series Paper5. Slightly curl each branch with a pencil.  6. Start building the tree on the bottom row.  7. Adhere top of branch to tree cone with liquid adhesive. A little dab will do.   8.  Complete each row, working up and alternating paper designs.  9. Top and embellish with whatever inspires you.

 

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