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6 Short Days and They Are Gone


Over the Moon and Barn Door Stamps, Sliding Door Dies

Hello Friends,

There are just 6 short days (or WHILE SUPPLIES LAST) to scoop up your favorite Stampin' Up! Retiring products before they are gone for good.  What are your favorite 2020 Retiring Products?  It was hard for me to choose, so today's blog post has over a dozen pictures of some of my favorites in no particular order.  I love to hear from you.  Tell us in the comments what retiring products that you will miss the most.  


Animal Outing Cards

Animal Outing Stamps, Tropical Dies

Animal Outing Sliding Door Card

Animal Outing Stamps, Sliding Door Dies

Perennial Birthday

Perennial Birthday Stamps, Stitched Labels Dies


Stitched All Around Stamps, Stitched Labels Dies

Tea Time Card

Tea Together stamps, Tea Time Dies, Stitched Labels Dies, Best Dressed Designer Paper

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Tropical Chic stamps, Tropical Dies

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Best Catch Stamps, Catch of the Day Dies, Under the Sea Dies (net)

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Colorful Season Stamps, Seasonal Layers Dies

Under the Sea Shaker Card

Under the Sea Dies, Sea of Textures Stamps

I really love that net!  The Sand Dollars and the corals are lovely too!

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Welcome Easter Pop-Up Baby Card
Welcome Easter stamps

The chubby little bunny, lamb, and chick are simply the cutest!

Love You To Pieces Card

Love You to Pieces stamps, Puzzle Pieces Dies

This Little Piggy Card

This Little Piggy Stamps



Have a fabulous day,


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Garden Shed

Garden Shed Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Wow, was it ever beautiful this weekend!  I spent the weekend piddling around in my yard soaking up the sunshine and digging in the dirt.  All that gardening gave me the urge to pull out my Garden Shed stamp set by Stampin' Up! and make something fabulous.  What a dreamy garden shed!  For an added burst of color,  I fashioned some quick and easy flowers made with the Pressed Petals Specialty Washi Tape and Perennial Essence Floral Centers.

Garden Shed Stampin' Up!

The coloring was therapeutic.  I just started coloring with my Stampin' Blends until my picture was complete.  Wouldn't you just love to have such an adorable Garden Shed?  The Cajun Craze Blends are perfect for coloring clay pots.  I colored my shed with Soft Sea Foam and added a burst of sunshine with a So Saffron Door.  The greenery was colored with my tried and true Old Olive.  

Would you like a little peek at what's blooming at my house?


I couldn't resist snapping a shot of my trilliums also known as Wake-Robins.

Jack in the Pulpit




Rhubarb Patch

My rhubarb looks lovely this year.  We've already enjoyed a yummy Rhubard Pie this year.

Brunnera or False Forget-Me-Not


What's in your garden?  It's so fun to hear from you.  Tell us what springing up in your yard in the comments below.


Have a fabulous day,


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An Enchanted Fairy Garden

Enchanted Fairy Garden

Hello Friends,

In all my years of gardening, I have never made a Fairy Garden.  Well, 2020 was the year to change that.  This Enchanted Fairy Garden is my first, but it won't be the last.  What a delightful way to express your creativity!  I found the whole experience to be quite therapeutic.

Fairy Garden Cottage

Technically, this is not a Stampin' Up! project, but I did use my Leaves Trinkets to dress up the spot above my cottage door.  My Cottage is actually a clay pot with river rocks adhered to the sides.  I made the door with sticks from the yard.  The roof is Baby Tears planted in the pot.  I was told at the nursery that you can split Baby Tears to propagate more plants.


My First Fairy Garden

Building a Fairy Garden

The best place to start when building a Fairy Garden is to choose your theme and props.  Your props will determine the scale of your garden.  My props were what I like to call medium size Fairy Garden props.  You can find tinier props and I suppose you could also find larger props.  Choose your plants and container based on the size of your props.  Larger props would probably work best on the ground maybe around a tree stump or something.


Building a Fairy Garden

I may find that some of my plant choices are too big, but I was willing to give them a shot.  I will definitely have to keep some of them trimmed back to keep them manageable.  The plant in the front is some type of fern.  I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it and I knew that I had to have it for my garden.  The plant behind it is a Kiwi Aeonium. 

I can't imagine a garden without flowers, so I choose Clibrachoas. My niece, Tori, help me choose 3. These may very well get too big, but time will tell.  I will definitely have to keep these trimmed.  I can't remember what the little tree-like plant in the pot with Grumpy was called, but it looked like it would fit quite nicely.  Behind Grumpy's pot is another fern that simply had to make it into my garden.  This dainty little fern looks fabulous gently blowing in the breeze.  I did sneak in a Rosemary plant which I know will eventually get too big.  What can I say?  I love rosemary.  Next to the rosemary is a Princess Pine.  The name alone hooked me on this one.  Into my cart went the Princess Pine.

7 Dwarfs Fairy Garden

I found these 3 of the 7 Dwarfs at a local store, so I let them be the theme of my Fairy Garden.  If I remember correctly, they are Dopey, Doc, and Grumpy.  Grumpy appears quite perturbed with the frog on his head.

I hope you enjoyed this little tour of my Enchanted Fairy Garden.  I would highly recommend giving it a try.


 Have a Fabulous Weekend!