Sunday, February 9, 2020

Good Techniques to Remember

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Sometimes we forget the simplest things as we learn new ways to do things. I was reminded how much fun it is to color on stamps to get a really lovely look on an image:

   I love the way Stampin' Up! products coordinate everything: paper, markers--both water and alcohol-based, inkpads, and embellishments! I made some sympathy cards for my cousins as we mark the passing of my uncle who was a huge outdoor enthusiast. I have so many fond memories of sharing camping trips with my cousins as I was growing up, and I wanted them to have something to remind us all that their dad was a leader in those adventures.

   Celebrate your loved ones today. Send them a card or letter to remind them of the ways you remember them...before they leave us.

  

Friday, February 7, 2020

Hey Ladies!

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   It's always a great idea to think about our health, what we eat, how we live, and taking care of our bodies. Lately, I've been focusing on The Plant Paradox, and The Longevity Paradox, by Dr. Stephen Gundry.

   I'll post more about this later, but I've been eating lectin-free since last May and I have noticed a big difference in how I feel and think. I love the tagline of The Longevity Paradox: How to Die Young at a Ripe Old Age. Check it out if you're interested. Let me know how you put your own stamp on heart health and healthy living in general!


   Be well friends!

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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Best Time to Join!


   I'm so excited to be using this awesome little tool along with all my other goodies after joining Stampin' Up!® during Sale-a-Bration! This is a photo of my desk as I am playing with the new Heartfelt bundle that includes two punches which coordinate with the stamps AND the Designer series paper!


Can't wait to share more! Check back soon for more Heartfelt inspiration! Go create something today! 


Good Techniques to Remember

SHOP this project, Rooted In Nature Sometimes we forget the simplest things as we learn new ways to do things. I was reminded how much f...