Tag Archives: blue

Fun with A Muse Studio Stamps

I am having so much fun with my A Muse Studio stamps!!  I invite you to join me at any time.  I made this card today using the set Life is a Song.  The ribbon is the stitched grosgrain in Ocean and the cardstock is Ocean and Onyx Shimmer Damask.  I am in LOVE with the Damask Shimmer cardstock.  It is so beautiful.  It looks very elegant.  You must get a package as soon as possible.  A Muse has it in several different colors.  I’d be happy to be your supplier. 🙂  Call or email today.

Happy Stamping!

Guest Artist… Jennifer Edwards

Here is another project from guest artist, Jennifer Edwards.   It is a sweet and simple card, easy to make.  There is minimal coloring needed for these snowmen and women.  The ribbon and the touch of blue Stickles is just enough to make it “POP”.  The inside message reads, “For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord”.

Card Recipe (All items from The Angel Company):

Stamps: Snowman Nativity

Cardstock: Premium White and Monochromatic Blues

Accessories: Ribbon, Colored Pencils, Blue Stickles

Jennifer Edwards Treat Bag


I am featuring a guest artist today.  She is my dear friend, Jennifer Edwards.  This was my Christmas treat from her and with her permission I am sharing it with all of you.  She simply stamped this cute treat bag with The Angel Company’s Snowman Natavity Stamp Set using Starry Night Palette ink, punched 2 holes near the top and added a ribbon.  Then she filled them with Oreo Bon Bons and gave as Christmas treats.  The Oreo Bon Bons she makes are so delicious.  I think I’ll make some tonight.  Check my Facebook page for the recipe.


Anne’s Quilt Scrapbook Page

"Anne's Quilt" by Kandy Fetzer

"Anne's Quilt" by Kandy Fetzer

I am trying to put together a 6″ x 6″ scrapbook of my daughter’s first year.  One page for each month to show the progression of change.  This is a picture of her at 2 months of age on the quilt that I made for her.  It is a pretty simple  and quick layout.  I cropped the picture slightly to 4″ x 5-1/2″.  Each “patch” measures 1″ x 1″.  I used left over scraps from the bottom of my paper drawer.  The title and journaling block is vellum attached with silver mini brads.