About Me

My name is Femy. I work full time as a government employee. I live in Belleville, Ontario with my husband Rick and 2 kids Chelson and Jared and of course our 2 cats cuddles and skip. I love to create. I love to quilt, machine embroidery, cross stitch and card making, beading. I also like to write poems, short and longs ones :). Sometime in 2008, I was introduced to rubber stamps. I’ve been making cards for a while but have never used stamps before. I was also introduced to markers called Copics and started using them May 2009. Now I am hooked. So here in this place I call my own, I will share with you what I create and hope I inspire you to do a little creating yourself.

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6 x 6 One Sheet Wonder

 

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I am currently in the mood for creating one sheet wonder. I found this watching youtube videos by Deb Valder. I loved the simplicity of the cuts and that it makes 6 cards. I found another video from The Paper Jungle and also liked the cards she made with the same cuts. I will be creating a few sets of these to use up my old designer papers. I will be using them as gifts. There will be 6 cards per gift. Could be a Thank you gift. A hostess gift or just because. I will be creating a few of these & I will be giving them away as fast as I can make them. I try to make the card suitable for for masculine/baby/child/teen/woman in one se whenever I can. Sometime it doesn’t work due to the paper but it I do what I can. For this set, all sentiments, silver brads, cardstock are Stampin Up. I used memento Tuxedo Black ink to stamp the sentiments & images. This project was so quick and easy. I know I will be making more. Hope you will try the one sheet wonder. Thank you for coming today. Please visit again.

Keep you creativity flowing,

 
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