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What a day for sunshine! Jinah sent in this wonderful card complete with puffy felt clouds!

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Here’s a close up of the detail. I love her clever use of different colored string to create the rainbow. An anytime card when you’d just like to send someone some happy, sunny thoughts.

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1061-L Looking up

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jinah-candles1Another oh so sweet project by Jinah. She took little tea light candles and used the toy stamps to decorate them.

She said she first stamped the images onto tissue paper and then colored them in using her Copic markers. She then cut them out and put them on the candles and used a heat tool to melt the candle a tiny bit.

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jinah-candles4Aren’t these the cutest! I don’t know if I could bring myself to actual light them!

eat cake graphics stamps used:
9022-B Horse pull toy
9023-B Kitty pull toy
9024-B Sheep pull toy
9025-B Camel pull toy
9027-C Jack-in-the-box
9030-B Doggie pull toy

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jinah-wishbig-smHere is another sweet fairy card sent in by Jinah. This time Pixie Poppy is wishing big!!
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Again, I love her coloring and shading – it’s adds so much!

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1153-G Pixie Poppy
5015-B Flying Hippo (small)

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jinah-fairy-smJinah created this sweet little fairy card. I just love the way she shaded her flower dress – going from raspberry to a delicate whisper of pink.

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I think too that the flower punched border and the stitching are a wonderful touch.

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1156-I Fairy Rose sprinkles petals

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jinah-youandmoi4-smJinah sent in a Valentine’s card featuring two lovable dogs. She said the big dog reminded her of a dog her cousin had…a St. Bernard.

It’s funny, when I drew this image I had a St. Bernard in mind, but now, around our house, we just adopted a Chihuahua from the animal shelter, and even though our dog Tucker isn’t a St. Bernard when he was a puppy he looked like one.

Here’s a detail view. Jinah actually drew the heart balloon. She cut everything out and mounted it on the card. I think it’s just adorable.
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eat cake graphics stamps used:
3046-K Optimism (MMM-dogs)

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jinah-postit-1-smThis is the cutest little project. Jinah created post-it note holders. She actually used just one stamp and cut the images apart. If you need a cute little anytime gift this would be perfect.
She started with patterned papers for the covers and then used watercolors to color everything in. She added bits of gloss for accents (see the reindeer’s nose).

Here are are some close-ups:
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eat cake graphics stamps used:
1097-M Sweaters for Christmas

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jinah-sweaters-smJinah made a little card using just two stamps. Sometimes just stamping on paper and coloring can be so nice.

Tune in tomorrow when we share another post from Jinah using one of these same stamps in a completely different way.

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1097-M Sweaters for Christmas
9017-E Amanda’s Christmas sketches

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Jinah created another yummy candy project – this time using Twix bars. I think I would eat a lot less candy if the wrappers all looked at good as these.

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I could see this project being fun for a little treat at Thanksgiving or even a stocking treat for Christmas!

Here’s a close up photo:
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eat cake graphics stamps used:
1082-M Too much candy (boy on floor)
8057-D Tip #63 – don’t eat all candy (text)

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jinah-tin-smJinah created this wonderful candy tin – yum! The outside is so cute – with the little trick-or-treaters. jinah-tin-openjinah-tin-inside-detail
But the inside is even yummier with little Peter Pumpkin adorning each individual piece of candy. This is one time where you’ll certainly want to save the wrappers!

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1080-E Peter Pumpkin
1087-O Trick-or-treaters (side)
1088-D Candy hands
6016-N Porch with light

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