Blast from the Past

Good morning! Happy Monday!

I have a blast from the past for you today. As I mentioned last week, Cornish Heritage Farms is closing its doors and I thought I’d walk down memory lane a little and share a few designs that I created in the past.

Ellen has stamps from each of these projects still in stock. All CHF rubber that is still in store is 40% off. Once it’s gone, it’s gone so if you can’t find the link it’s been sold out.

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Hello Friends uses one of my favorite Kim Hughes stamp sets, Collage Elements. It’s classic and fresh at the same time.


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Thank You for Your Service & Missing You both use the We Remember Rummage Bin set for two very different looks. This set pulls at my heart strings. It is also available as a precut set as well.

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I adore classic fruit images as they are so versatile. This card is created by stamping lemons from the Fruit Basket stamp set and then coloring with colored pencils.

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Ahoy Matey is a fun, fun set. With four boys in the house, this one is a keeper.

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Here’s another “guy” card. It was for one of my boys’ birthdays. It has a lot of stamping on it including the AlphaNumber Backgrounder and the guitar from the Kim Hughes Supah Star set.

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Finally, one of my favorite stamped layouts, Imagine. The IMAGINE title comes from the Big Inspiration set and the WISH BIG! stamped accent on the Tim Holtz Fragment is from the incredibly versatile Classic Essential Expressions stamp set. The Make Each Day a Masterpiece sentiment comes from one of my absolute favorite sentiment sets, Motivational Centers.

Hope you’ve enjoyed this little walk down memory lane. It’s brought back many sweet memories for me. I was thinking the other day of the CHF journey, how much I learned, how much I enjoyed creating art and how much I loved being part of the team but the most wonderful thing I’ve taken away is the friendships forged.

Thanks for stopping by!

2 responses to “Blast from the Past

  1. Wow, these projects are all so fun! Fun walking down memory lane! :)

  2. A wonderful collection of your creations!!

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