Before I begin today's post, I want to thank you all for your love and support of yesterday's post. November 17th will always be a tough day for me, and as much as I was really apprehensive about sharing the poem I had written so many years ago, I'm really glad I did. I'm really thankful for you guys and also excited that I have the 19th to look forward to as tomorrow is my sweet baby girl's birthday and definitely something to celebrate! Again, thank you SO much for your wonderful words of support and for letting me know that something that affected me so deeply has touched you, too...
Well, it's another Whimsical Wednesday here and time for another Diedrich Dare! This week our Featured Stamper is RANDI and she has a WONDERFUL card and also some simple instructions for you to follow over on the Diedrich Dare BLOG! Instructions for WHAT, you ask?
Well, Madelynn has been watching her Mom become crazy addicted to Easel cards and liked them SO much, too, that she wanted to DARE us all this week into making one! I give you my take on DDSC11: The Easel Card:
Isn't this new Miss Anya Autumn digi stamp absolutely AMAZING? I LOVE HER! She is definitely one of my favorite Miss Anyas and I'm hoping she's gonna be made into rubbah one day ;) I used my favorite Autumn Vine DP from Stampin Up and my beloved Filigree brads to decorate this card and used the standard A2 size card for today's Easel card. That's the beauty about this technique-as long as your front panel is a size that you're able to score the back panel in half (in this case, I marked it 2 3/4" with a tiny gel pen mark because the Scor Pal isn't marked at that measurement, but all I had to do was line up the paper and make the score mark and it turned out great!)
Be sure to check out what the rest of the DT has simply and easel-y prepared for you today :) They are totally excited about their creations and so am I!
- Cassie Larson
- Darla Wilson
- Debbie Lee
- Heather Schlatter
- Jacquie Peifer
- Kim Ross
- Lisa Hjulberg
- Randi Wall
- Rebecca Ednie
- Sandra McLean