Stamp Camp Revisited and a Guest Artist

Today’s post features a guest artist.  My Stampin’ Up partner and sideline Linda Miller.   Linda has been a Stampin’ Up demonstrator for over a decade and her talent shows through in all her projects.    Linda, myself and our wonderful upline Cheryl do monthly events together here in the Medford/Central Point area.  Lots of fun with local stampers who are also friends.  And best of all Linda herself comes as part of a team.   Linda’s Mom Jean comes and runs our regular potluck for us in between overseeing the Church garden.  Her additions to the potluck (this time of year featuring garden produce) and her oversight of the kitchen is a real labor of love.   Love of her daughter and daughter’s friends and love of stamping and cards.   I’ve been blessed to find myself another “other mom” in Jean.  And a sister of the heart in Linda (Cheryl too for that matter).   Wonderful how many hands make light work isn’t it?

Here’s Linda’s latest project from our last Stamp Camp:

A lovely fancy fold card that you see closed here:

Papillon Potpourri Zfold closed - Linda Miller

And open here at it’s full extension:

Papillon Potpourri Zfold - Linda Miller
A variation on a Z fold card.  The ribbon is a retired Basic Gray one but everything else is current.  And don’t you love the pearl accents?  Adds to the elegance of the card.   This is one card that is designed to make the heart sing!   Yep…a bad pun what with the musical notes on the designer series paper.  Simple and quick to make – always my favorite type of card.  You can find a tutorial for a somewhat similar Z fold here.

Supplies:

Stamps:  Papillon Potpourri, Fabulous Phrases

Ink: Basic Gray & Pumpkin Pie

Paper: Basic Gray & Very Vanilla Cardstock, Modern Medley Designer Series Paper (the music).

Other: Elegant Butterfly & Small Butterfly punches,  Basic Jewel Pearls, Adheseives, Ribbon

One note:  If you don’t have the Modern Medley DSP you can always use the Music Notes Wheel to create your very own musical score.  In fact several wheels would work in this design.

If you have any questions for Linda about her project you can contact her through her Demonstrator Business Website here.

Thanks again Linda for being a guest artist.

Hugs and blessings to you all and may you find your own heart taking wing and dancing to the music – Jean

 

 

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2 Responses

  1. […] P.S. If you missed Linda’s last excellent project you can find it here. […]

  2. What a lovely card!

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