Saturday, April 14, 2018

Swaps from OnStage

As promised here is a peek at a few of the swaps I received last week at OnStage - such fun to see all that creativity!

How about these amazing fancy folds?  First a fun birthday card from Kathi Davis......

And then there's this gorgeous citrus-y card from Dianna Joslyn!

Diane Hughes used Brushos and embossing paste to create a fabulous background!  Diane stayed at the same hotel we did and quickly became Miss Emma's best friend!

Debbie Henderson created this framed beauty - I love the sweet bird perched on the "windowsill"!  Debbie and I had a great time sitting together during OnStage.  

The splash of blue behind Gayla Truett-noel's beautifully colored pot of brushes is the perfect accent!

Ruth Snyder's thank you card has wonderful texture and sweet flowers!

Laurie Hansen's butterfly is stunning!

Waterfront is one of my favorite sets and Ann Nescot created a delightful scene with it - I would love to vacation in such a spot!

And what happens when you remove all the color from a Waterfront card?  This happens.....

Nancy Baker created an amazing work of art!

And speaking of Nancy Baker I am off to her house - more specifically to her fabulous craft room - today for a shoebox swap.  Always fun getting together with crafters!



  1. Thanks, Linda, for these beautiful, inspiring cards. What a wonderful variety from lots of very talented cardmakers. Enjoy your day!

  2. Beautiful cards! So glad the Waterfront stamp set is carried overt the new catalog. Some great inspiration in this group of cards.

  3. So many lovely cards! Have fun at your shoebox swap!

  4. These are some insanely gorgeous cards, Linda! How fun that you were able to swap with these talented artists - and how fortunate they were to receive a card from you. <3

  5. It sure is fun... wish you lived closer, Linda! I'd be by, you can count on it!
    Wonderful cards ... betting you might know my fave? GO Nancy, get your gray on, girl!


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