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Feature Friday #14: Handmade card & note card set by Blair Moch

September 10th, 2010
** Update: Blair’s card set has been purchased and is no longer available.
The buyer contacted us
directly, so the listing has been removed from our etsy shop. THANKS! **
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Scrapbooker extraordinaire and Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, Blair Moch, is behind our donation this week: a beautiful handmade/stamped card and note card set that comes in its own handmade/stamped folder:

Card set by Blair Moch

Card-making and paper crafting have become a huge passion of Blair’s which is clearly demonstrated by the fun and interesting workshops she offers (and which is how I met her). Having recently moved to the Guelph area, she has opened the Stamp & Tea Studio in her home where she features her Stamping and Scrapbooking classes and workshops.

When Blair isn’t busy stamping or spending time with her husband and two kids, she enjoys wine & cooking, reading, knitting and has recently taken up quilting.

A big thanks to Blair for her classy, creative donation!

And thank you to BoydemTreasures who included our Flights of Fancy in their recent etsy treasury:

Blowing in the wind by BoydemTreasures on EtsyWishing everyone a happy weekend!

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Feature Friday #7: Handmade greeting card set by Wanda Woods

July 23rd, 2010

Our Friday donation this week is a set of 4 handmade and stamped cards, by Wanda Woods of Toronto. A few years ago, Wanda took a card-making class and the rest is history – she’s been making her own cards ever since. I’ve been lucky enough to be on the receiving end of many of her small works of art and always marvel over the care and detail she puts into each one.

Wanda Woods - Handmade and stamped gift card set

When she’s not making her cards, you’ll find Wanda training for her next half-marathon (power walking), hula hooping, Latin dancing , checking out a new show at the theatre or just reading a book from her library.

She feels a strong connection to The D.A.D. project and The Canadian Cancer Society as her own father passed away from bone cancer 7 years ago this past July.

Thanks Wan, for being so enthusiastic about being part of our project!

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