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Angela Fehr
Northern British Columbia, Canada
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Hi, Angela Fehr here! I can't believe that this is it - my last post for Just Imagine. I've had such a great time being part of the design team and creating projects using my Kreaxions punches and dies. I have been thinking a lot lately about living life to the fullest. To me, it's not about completing some "bucket list" or having exciting experiences so much as learning to savour daily moments - the little things life is made of. Which is why I love the sentiment on this card. I used punch #903 and the butterfly die for... Continue reading
I would love to order one, but I suspect that I may already have ALL YOUR PRODUCT. Also I am afraid of the cost of shipping to Canada. But I hope that you get email backers of Biblical proportions...and perhaps that your mystery boxes multiply like loaves and fishes!
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Hi! Angela Fehr here to tell you that the best part of being on the Just Imagine design team is getting new punches in my mailbox every month! Each punch has such intricate detail and there's so much variety and of course the templates and base plates add even more versatility. Today I am sharing two projects that demonstrate how versatile the punches can be, no matter your papercrafting style! For both projects I used the punches "naked" - without a base plate or template - making border strips that complemented my projects. My first card is a vintage elegant... Continue reading
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Hi there! Angela Fehr here and I'm excited to share my new favourite layout. Summer is birthday season, and for my youngest daughter's 7th birthday, we got her a kitten! She was over the moon and you can see her love in this sweet photo. I used Kreaxions punch #903 to make the vertical borders on each side of the kraft card stock. It is a beautiful punch and I love the delicate border it makes. I also used the negative shapes that landed on my scrap desk as photo corners - aren't they cute? I love the contrast with... Continue reading
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Hi folks! Angela Fehr here today and I'm flashing a new punch and a matching card project! Paper crafters tend to buy things in sets. Paper comes in coordinating lines, with matching embellishment and often stamps. So it only makes sense to make coordinating projects. Especially when you are using up your scraps! I had fun making two cute cards using matching papers and stamps and the same Kreaxions 301 punch. Despite using matching products, the two cards are still unique, because one is a circle card, made using my Kreaxions Circle Cutter! I put a new blade in the... Continue reading
I try to do my gluber-ing in private. Oh, no, that's goobering. I'm proud to be a Gluberist and I think the smaller sizes will make me less of a Gluber-hoarder!
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2011 on The First Sneak Peek! at Cosmo Cricket
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Hello friends! Angela Fehr here and hoping you are as excited about the month of July as I am! Here in northern Canada, we treasure our summer days, few though they may be! One thing I love about summer is fresh fruit. We have tons of wild berries growing around here, and the fruit truck has started bringing up orchard fruits from southern British Columbia - so delicious! So I made a little card to celebrate fruit and love! Using the "Sweet to the Core" stamp set from gel-a-tins, I inked the stamp with two colours of ink, then stamped... Continue reading
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Happy Tuesday! Angela Fehr here and I'm happy to share an in-progress project with you. My neighbours recently had their first child and I wanted to make a special keepsake gift for their new son. I think I'll make a batch of buns for them as well - fresh baking is always appreciated, and I'm sure they already have tons of clothes for the little guy! I used a 6 1/4" accordion album from Close to My Heart for the base of this gift. When the album is complete, it can be unfolded to stand on a table, or folded... Continue reading
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Hi! Angela Fehr here and I have a confession to make. I love sketches! I almost always use one as a starting point for a scrapbooking layout, and so the May challenge is right up my alley. I wanted to scrap some vacation photos, but the challenge called for a "mother" theme, so I journaled a little about how much it meant to me, the mom, to vacation with my family this winter. And I used the Kreaxions butterfly die to create my journaling blocks! My newest punch is #307, and I like the geometric edge when using the punch... Continue reading
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Since I first started papercrafting, I've made it a priority to look for ways to save money by making as much of my embellishments as possible. My collection of punches has always been a go-to when it comes to adding interest to pages and cards without spending a lot of money. I use punches to add borders, to put an interesting edge on a card base, cut apart and shaped into flowers, as photo frames and so much more. But today I had a brainwave that I had never tried before! I was punching out a border from card stock,... Continue reading
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Hi, Angela Fehr here with some projects to brighten up your Tuesday! Confession time: While I love my punches, it wasn't until I received a set of Kreaxions Punch Templates in my design team package that I realized just how much Kreaxions punches stand out from other brands of punches. Look at the window in this card! You cannot punch in a circle with ordinary punches, but with the templates, the circle cutter and Kreaxions punches, you can create your own punched circles, punching both inside or outside the circle to create amazing designs. This takes creativity to a whole... Continue reading
I've been yearning for a book binder of some kind but don't know what kind to get - thanks for giving us your stamp of approval on this one!
What an awesome collaboration! Love the inspiration in each project!
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Hi there! Angela Fehr here with some fun projects using Kreaxions punch #304. I just love how intricate and elegant this punch is, and the style fit perfectly for this layout of my children at the London Bridge in Lake Havasu, Arizona. The classic lines of the bridge were really set off by the border I punched and set along the edge of the page. I also used the star template to punch two doily shapes, which I layered over top of each other and used to accent a smaller photo. So pretty & lacy looking! I love layering borders... Continue reading
Great interview! I've been following Christy's blog and would love a spot in the class.
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2011 on An Interview, Art & A Giveaway! at Telling Stories
Isn't that tulip border pretty! Just a lovely, spring-like card.
Toggle Commented Mar 22, 2011 on Spellbinders Bunny Hop, Day Two at Thinking Inking
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LOVE that alphabet layout - I'm a fan of Wilna' too!
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Would love to win a spot at Inspired! This week has been inspiration alone, though - satisfied with that! thanks!
Toggle Commented Mar 20, 2011 on inspiration week recap... at simply me
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Love the red page - that flourish along the left side is amazing! and I'm a fan of your handwriting, too! I did get inspired enough yesterday to start working on a canvas I'd been staring at for a few weeks. Felt good!
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2011 on inspiration week - day 7 at simply me
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I actually went to my Canadian art supplier today and ordered a bunch of liquid acrylics and water-soluble pastels to try - I just love what you are doing so much and can't wait to get my hands speckled with ink and paint!
Toggle Commented Mar 18, 2011 on inspiration week - day 6 at simply me
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