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Carol Taggart
I'm a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and Creative Consultant.
Interests: travel, rubber stamping, art, cooking, photography, scrapbooking, nature, quilting
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Thanks for the great idea - using MDS to create the centers for the bottle caps. I would love to see a video on how you designed those in MDS, too.
Great video, Angie. I've seen those little treat holders before, even made one or two, but your video is a wonderful resource and gave some fantastic tips, too. It inspires me to make some for Halloween!
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Lovely work, as usual. i do enjoy visiting your blog every day and seeing your new creations. By the way, you missed mentioning the Stampin' Up! Tulip Frame embossing folder that you used on the second sample. Could you add that to your credits?
Toggle Commented Jan 7, 2012 on Floral Valentines at KittieKraft
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Sandi, the watercolored backgrounds on your cards is so striking! Very artistic indeed. Hope I can make mine look like that. My favorite tool is the Big Shot, but next would be the tabletop paper cutter. It's super sharp, light to carry, easy to store and take along when I stamp with friends.
Fantastic! I received my prize in the mail on Monday, and I thank you, thank you, thank you! And I appreciate the card you sent, too. It makes it so easy to see how it goes together. Now with your videos, it should be easy to do. My friends are excited about when we try it out during one of our stamping days together. Thanks, Karen.
WOW! That Iris Folding card took my breath away, it's so gorgeous. Love the pincushions, too. I'm actually making fabric items for a group meeting this month, and I'll be trying to use one of your ideas in addition to the ones I already have.
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Hi Tammy. Your work is great! My favorite would have to be the four squares with the raspberries. It just strikes a chord with me, it's so pretty and feminine.
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2011 on Clearly For You! at Stamp with Tammy
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Lovely cards, Judy. I'll be saving those in my file for inspiration!
Judy, your second card is one I definitely will be casing soon. Love the fold-over flap that hides the sentiment inside. Carol Taggart
Tammy, your tour projects are great. Each one has pushed me closer and closer to buying that stamp set, and I think the calendar may well have pushed me over the edge! Love it.
Toggle Commented Nov 5, 2010 on Welcome to my Castle! at Stamp with Tammy
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It's beautiful, Maria. And so useful, too, for card makers to give card sets as gifts. Very timely! Thanks for sharing.
Toggle Commented Sep 13, 2010 on Baja Breeze Gift Box! at My Weblog
Sounds like a fun class! I have been sewing since I was 10, which was a really really long time ago ;-) I'd love to win the class. My hand-stitching is really rusty and needs a brush-up.
I DO recognize that stamp set. I just came across a really old card front yesterday - a Christmas wreath made with that set. It's time for me to upgrade/update my checkbook cover, too. Yours is very cheery and upbeat!
That Bashful Blue card is very elegant! Lovely.
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Love the box with the big flower and striped ribbon - and Ruby Red is one of my favorites, too.
Toggle Commented May 16, 2010 on Welcome to the SUDSOL Blog Tour at Rachel Stamps
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Judy, your projects are wonderful. That wedding page is to die for, though. Yes, your children and their spouses are all beautiful, and their mama has a right to be very proud indeed. Did you use smooch spray on that page? Love the frame you created, and the use of the bridal lace.
Wonderful samples, Rachel. Thanks for sharing them.
Toggle Commented May 2, 2010 on Royal Blog Tour - Watercolor Trio at Rachel Stamps
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Mar 15, 2010
Julie, I loved your card (clean and pretty is my favorite) and saved it in my files to CASE. I finally got around to it yesterday. I'll be posting two variations of it on my blog tomorrow. I hope you'll check them out. I didn't like the way my tissue paper flowers turned out, so I just used the split cardstock ones instead.
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2010 on Flowers With Love at Paper Pleasing Ideas
I've dabbled some in jewelry making, but I would like to learn your tips on incorporating paper-crafting into the jewelry-making process. Sounds perfect.
What a clever name for a fun class. And of course, I'd love to win the tutorial CD, too. Carol Taggart
Thanks for the wonderful tutorial and the fabulous projects. I bought the die just knowing that there must be a lot of creative ideas for using it -- and there are!
Thanks for the great tutorial, Susan.