I made this card for a friend of mine. :) I decided to make my own background, using extra stamp pieces! My friend Mary Jo used to take her Stampin' Up stamps and trim around the edges of the image and collected a ton of adhesive-backed foamed rubber stamp material. She gave me a whole box of these stamp scraps and I cut took some and cut them into squares, triangles, diamonds and other shapes. I then made my own stamp using a CD case for the "block". I used my new stampe on white card...
posted by: aimeethegreat
looking for a pattern from mid to late 1980s
There was a pattern for a rag doll named Sunny. She was made of yellow gingham fabric with yellow yarn hair and an embroidered face. Also had a Swiss dot dress and vinyl shoes. I loved making this doll but my pattern was destroyed in a flood and I am wondering if anyone by any chance has a copy of this pattern I could copy. A few years ago I e-mailed the magazine but the person responding claimed there was never such a pattern. But I know for a fact it was in a Craft N Things magazine simply ...
posted by: Katedgar
I just won your Sculpey giveaway! Thank you so much! I can't wait to start playing!
posted by: catisi
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