ELDONNA EPP

Easy Events and More!

Posted by on Aug 24, 2011 in Birthday, Other

I can't believe I'm posting this late, but I just couldn't stop crafting…I was on a roll!  I thought I'd try out some of my new embossing folders, Stripes #123128 and Designer Frames, #123130. 

My first card features both of these folders–in addition, I'm excited to tell you the Extra Large Oval Punch #119859 fits perfectly into the Oval Embossing frame.  As is often the case, the photos don't do justice to the projects–this is another perfect example.  I love it and hope you do too!

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My next card features the Stripes embossing folder and the Simply Score Tool, which will be available for sale in the Holiday Mini effective September 1–what a fantastic tool!    I used Easy Events 116958 in several cards I made tonight.  This set is included in the Stampin' Up Starter Kit and is a wonderful set to own because it covers so many different occasions! 

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Stampin' Up Demonstrator, Glenda Mollet, made a card similar to t his. 

My third sample is another square card with a coordinating Designer Envelope: 

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I have one more card to  share–this one was made by my friend, Gloria, who came over this evening to make a card for her co-worker, who is moving to another job in She September.  She used the Beautiful Wings Embosslit #118138 and the Top Note #113463 along with other embellishments to create this card.  It is a large card:  5 1/2 x 8 1/2–big enough to allow sufficient room for signatures at work. 

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I think Gloria did a gret job! 

Thanks for stopping by–I'll be back tomorrow! 

    3 Comments

  1. I love the type of ribbon you used. It really gives it a classic look. Love the frame around the owl!

  2. Those are all beautiful cards Eldonna. I can’t wait to try out my frames too!

  3. Wow, you sure were on a roll. Love your cards and that owl is so cute surrounded by the oval frame!! Another 4×4 stunning card and matching envelope. You amaze me how much you get done! 🙂

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