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Friday, December 31, 2010

Valentine Ribbon Weave Heart

I used the same ribbon technique that I used on my Christmas tree card on this heart card for Valentines Day. I used the Music Notes roller for the background and I used the Big Shot with the Serif Essentials alphabet for the love. ( The heart for the "o" is using the Heart to Heart punch.)

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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Bowmaker Dimensions

Sorry I have been MIA lately but the holidays have been busy and hectic but wonderful! The kids are at the perfect age to celebrate this year and I haven't had time for anything else, especially since they are home from school for winter break!
Stay tuned because I will get back to normal posting soon!

I have gotten a ton of emails asking for the dimensionas of the bowmaker that my mother made and I gave to my downline this year. Instead of replying to every email I am just going to post it on here!
The main block is 6" x 2-1/2" x 3/4".
The dowels are 1/4" diameter and about 3" long. The holes in the block are about 1/2" apart but some are random so you can make bows in different lengths then 1/2" increments.
Hope that helps! I'm sure just about any size would work as long as you have the same general layout.
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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Downline Gift - Bow maker!

I thought I would share the holiday gifts that I made for my Stampin' Up downline this year! I really have to give credit to my mother because she is the one who made these for me. We have seen them everywhere online to buy and thought we would make some ourselves. (When I say "we", I really mean my mom made them and I cheered her on and gave moral support from Vermont.)
Thanks Mommo! Your the best!
CLICK HERE for the directions we came up with to use the bow maker if you want to make your own!

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