Thursday, November 6, 2008


A first post for me and I am excited to share. Cranberry Hill Mercantile in Sunnyvale California has a amazing owner, Geri. She carries this line of stamps from Sweden, the Magnolia line (all the rage I know you heard and seen?) oh my these are the cutest stamps. Geri asked me to come up with a sample so customers can have an idea on how to use this kit that came with recipe cards, paper and stickers. I took 6 of the recipe cards and the matching paper and a few stickers and came up with a flip book. I colored with Copic and used a little glitter pin for accents and liquid pearls to add cherries on her dress, bound it all with my Bind it All and my book was born. This will be on display so come on by to see all the other goodies the store has to offer. And let me not forget I will be teaching at this amazing store. My first class will be 10 November, cards using snowlflakes. I will post some photos, but you can also go to the store blog and also see my class along with other classes that the store as to offier. Thanks for looking...


  1. This is just great!! I love how you combined two so different product to come up with such a great project!! WOW!!

  2. This is wonderful! I love it! Cherry's are my favorite, themed with my kitchen! I might have to try this! Fantastic!

  3. I was in the store today and Sandy showed me this project. I just love it. Couldn't be cuter and what a great gift.

    Any chance you can give a class in this?



  4. Sylvia, thank you so much. Good news is yes I will be teaching a class. I will not be using the same kit, but the same concept will be involved. Thank you again. Deirdre

  5. Dee
    As always you are so creative! I love this it is adorable. I have seen many Tildas but this one is really CUUTTe! Love you, Sysbie